Sprouts : Live Well with Living Foods

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Got a grumbly gut? A healthy distrust for modern large-scale agriculture? Or just want to have nourishing food on hand without the mess and fuss of an outdoor garden? Farmer and food activist Ian Giesbrecht offers an accessible, holistic, and unique guide to incorporating sprouted foods into your lifestyle. In the modern age, many of us crave a healthier, simpler diet and a closer connection to our food sources, and sprouting can help bridge those divides. A straightforward and easy guide to sprouting accompanied by practical instructions, illustrations, charts, and recipes, covering a variety of seeds and styles of sprouting.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 134 x 172 x 12.7mm | 136.08g
  • Bloomington, IN, United States
  • English
  • 1 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1621064913
  • 9781621064916
  • 2,842,360

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"Sprouts: Live Well with Living Foods is a helpful, well-researched, guidebook for those looking to not only dive into the world of sprouting and microgreens, but also have an understanding of the impact of their food. Giesbrecht reminds us that in order to eat well, both for ourselves and the world around us, we have to start thinking small. Because from the smallest seed, life can grow, and from the smallest change in our everyday actions, we can have a wider impact." --Anna Brones, author of The Culinary Cyclist and Fika: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break "Beware of reading this book: It may fundamentally change your diet as you know it! Through well presented nutritional facts, science, images and mouthwatering recipes you'll gain an understanding of the values of the simple things in life such as seeds...and how to eat them! Ian is a walking encyclopedia and an inspiring educator." --Max Vittrup Jensen, PermaLot Center of Natural Building
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About Ian Giesbrecht

Ian Giesbrecht, also known as Ini, has traveled around the world learning about many different food cultures. Originally from Canada, he currently lives on an 18 acre homestead bordering Caney Creek in Ozark County in southern Missouri, where he and his partner Wren are developing and cultivating an edible and medicinal perennial ecosystem.
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