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Sprout some seeds. This can be your first step towards growing your own food!
Sprouted seeds are packed with nutrition and make a great addition to salads, stirfries and sandwiches.
You remember growing cress as a child, don’t you? Well let the wonder of that continue by experimenting with alfalfa, mung beans or sunflower seeds!
They are easy to do, cheap to grow and don’t require any special equipment. Within 5 days you’ll be eating a nutrtient-rich, homegrown food that will supplement your health and taste great!
Find out how to sprout your own seeds with our simple guide
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