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Friday, February 20, 2009

sprouting


Here is what we were up to before we got sick last week or so. Sprouting. It's quite easy to do and I put my mom in charge of this as I was doing my extensive organizing. Isn't it pretty? It is power packed full of good nutrition and as I like to label these foods...cancer healing and preventative. We pile this on top of our salads and other foods each day. Even the kids were required to eat little bits in their hands and they found it quite tasty. Do you remember when you were little, picking the little purple clover flowers and eating them? Mmmm. Well, now we have to resupply our sprouting seeds.
It's real easy...just check here for sprouting tips.

4 comments:

Kate said...

Tonya,
We just has a "Last Pill Party" for my 6 years old niece who underwent cancer treat for the last three years and is now in remission. There is hope in the world!

Since you seem to like sprouts, check out the new sprouted pretzels made with flour that digests as a vegetable from Unique Essential Eating at UniqueSplits.com. Essential Eating sells the most amazing sprouted flours too!

God Bless

Pwincess Abigaiw said...

Tonya, I have often thought I should try sprouting my own sprouts. Thanks for the link. ~Beth

The Tribe said...

whoops didn't know Abi was logged in, thought it was me :-)

GraceFromHim said...

Awesome, thanks for sharing! I will have to try these :)

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