Breakfast with 2 kinds of sprouts! I began clipping sunflower sprouts this morning around 10. The breakfast included scrambled eggs with okara (the white paste left over from making soy milk. For 2 eggs I spooned in about 2 tablespoons of okara, mixed it in, […]
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More About Sunflower Sprouts: Day 6: Let’s Eat!!!! Day six saw a field of sunflower seed sprouts! Both teams are up and at it in force! I moved them to a brighter spot for more indirect sunlight to help them grow and green up. See […]
More About Sunflower Seed Sprouts: Day 5: Houston, We Have Sprouts! Finally we have a little something to look at. Team 2, hulled seeds, is racing away toward the finish line! Hundreds of lovely green sprouts are raising their leaves out of the dirt, […]
Day 4: Babies Are Up! And, another post beginning with a nice picture of sprouts, rather than bore you with a picture of dirt! LOL. Not much happening in the sunflower pan, so far. However, there is a lot of little things happening. Team 2, […]
“More About Sunflower Seed Sprouts! Day 3: More About Sunflower Seed Sprouts! Day 3: 30 Seconds to Water!
“More About Sunflower Seed Sprouts! Day 3: More About Sunflower Seed Sprouts! Day 3: 30 Seconds to Water! Please note that the lovely picture of sprouts at the top of this post has nothing to do with this particular post. I just figured you’d want […]
More About Sunflower Seed Sprouts! Day 2: Planting Day! If you are just tuning in, this is the second installment of More About Sunflower Seed Sprouts! You can find all my related posts at www.BeginnersGuideToSprouting.com. So it’s been over 24 hours and the seeds from […]
More About Sunflower Sprouts! A while back, I wrote several posts about sunflower sprouts. I’ve gotten a fairly consistent system down for the process, which for me includes using a bit of dirt. Supply has been the hard part for me. When I find bulk […]
Even a small garden helps offset my nutritional needs. We just moved a month ago, right into the major heat of Houston, Texas. Sad to leave our kitchen garden behind. Fortunately, our new house has wonderful gardens in place and is producing some food each […]