Sprouting Seeds

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Fresh food for the kitchen, in the kitchen! With a great range of varieties, these tasty treats are becoming a kitchen trend which is set to last. Packed full of vitamins, they’re a brilliant edition to a healthy diet, flavours vary from nutty to spicy and they can be used in a myriad of dishes, from salads to stir fries.

If no garden space is available and you’re keen to eat good, organic foot – then growing sprouting seeds is the answer. All you need is a container, a splash of water and, of course, the seeds themselves. When placed on a windowsill, these s. . . Show More >

Fresh food for the kitchen, in the kitchen! With a great range of varieties, these tasty treats are becoming a kitchen trend which is set to last. Packed full of vitamins, they’re a brilliant edition to a healthy diet, flavours vary from nutty to spicy and they can be used in a myriad of dishes, from salads to stir fries.

If no garden space is available and you’re keen to eat good, organic foot – then growing sprouting seeds is the answer. All you need is a container, a splash of water and, of course, the seeds themselves. When placed on a windowsill, these seeds germinate quickly and once they have, they can be added to a sandwich, fresh salad or whatever you have cooking. The container can be recycled from food packaging and lined with tissue, upon which the seeds are placed and kept moist until germination. A kitchen windowsill, just avoiding direct sunlight, is the perfect place. Alternatively, if you are going to grow sprouting seeds regularly, then invest a few quid in pre-made sprouting seed kits.


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Fresh food for the kitchen, in the kitchen! With a great range of varieties, these tasty treats are becoming a kitchen trend which is set to last. Packed full of vitamins, they’re a brilliant edition to a healthy diet, flavours vary from nutty to spicy and they can be used in a myriad of dishes, from salads to stir fries.

If . . . Show More >

Fresh food for the kitchen, in the kitchen! With a great range of varieties, these tasty treats are becoming a kitchen trend which is set to last. Packed full of vitamins, they’re a brilliant edition to a healthy diet, flavours vary from nutty to spicy and they can be used in a myriad of dishes, from salads to stir fries.

If no garden space is available and you’re keen to eat good, organic foot – then growing sprouting seeds is the answer. All you need is a container, a splash of water and, of course, the seeds themselves. When placed on a windowsill, these seeds germinate quickly and once they have, they can be added to a sandwich, fresh salad or whatever you have cooking. The container can be recycled from food packaging and lined with tissue, upon which the seeds are placed and kept moist until germination. A kitchen windowsill, just avoiding direct sunlight, is the perfect place. Alternatively, if you are going to grow sprouting seeds regularly, then invest a few quid in pre-made sprouting seed kits.


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Fresh food for the kitchen, in the kitchen! With a great range of varieties, these tasty treats are becoming a kitchen trend which is set to last. Packed full of vitamins, they’re a brilliant edition to a healthy diet, flavours vary from nutty to spicy and they can be used in a myriad of dishes, from salads to stir fries.

If no garden space is available and you’re keen to eat good, organic foot – then growing sprouting seeds is the answer. All you need is a container, a splash of water and, of course, the seeds themselves. When placed on a windowsill, these seeds germinate quickly and once they have, they can be added to a sandwich, fresh salad or whatever you have cooking. The container can be recycled from food packaging and lined with tissue, upon which the seeds are placed and kept moist until germination. A kitchen windowsill, just avoiding direct sunlight, is the perfect place. Alternatively, if you are going to grow sprouting seeds regularly, then invest a few quid in pre-made sprouting seed kits.

Fresh food for the kitchen, in the kitchen! With a great range of varieties, these tasty treats are becoming a kitchen trend which is set to last. Packed full of vitamins, they’re a brilliant edition to a healthy diet, flavours vary from nutty to spicy and they can be used in a myriad of dishes, from salads to stir fries.

If no garden space is available and you’re keen to eat good, organic foot – then growing sprouting seeds is the answer. All you need is a container, a splash of water and, of course, the seeds themselves. When placed on a windowsill, these seeds germinate quickly and once they have, they can be added to a sandwich, fresh salad or whatever you have cooking. The container can be recycled from food packaging and lined with tissue, upon which the seeds are placed and kept moist until germination. A kitchen windowsill, just avoiding direct sunlight, is the perfect place. Alternatively, if you are going to grow sprouting seeds regularly, then invest a few quid in pre-made sprouting seed kits.

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