Sprouting is a practice that is gaining popularity every single day and for all good reasons. Flowerpot sproutining has been around for decades, and it turns hardly digested seeds, grains, or beans into food products that are digested quickly by your body as vegetables. There are many methods of sprouting, among them jar sprouting, tray sprouting, towel sprouting, soil sprouting as well as clay saucer, just to name a few. Each of these methods works best for specific seed types. However, we are going to look at the flowerpot method of sprouting, clay saucer sprouting. Clay saucer sprouting is theContinue reading
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