The Sprouting Book

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Penguin, 1986 - Cooking - 116 pages
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Filled with essential vitamins, proteins, and enzymes that cleanse, rejuvenate, and heal the body, sprouts just might be the perfect food. In The Sprouting Book, nutritionist Ann Wigmore unlocks the secrets to one of nature’s most beneficial foods, arming readers with all they need to know in order to eat, grow, and reap the benefits of sprouts. This comprehensive guide offers: Information on how sprouts work to strengthen your immune system, boost your metabolism, and increase your energy Methods on how to grow the best-looking, best-tasting sprouts for you and your family Facts on how sprouts can help to heal illness and improve your health More than fifty quick, simple, and delicious sprout recipes  A trusted and celebrated source from a pioneer in natural health, The Sprouting Book is the perfect guide for dieters, vegetarians, athletes, or anyone who wants to look good and feel better.
 

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Ann Wigmore dedicated her life to teaching others the health benefits of natural foods. Ann spent years experimenting to find simple, healthy, and inexpensive ways to grow and prepare nutrient-rich foods. She wrote over fifteen books, including The Wheatgrass Book and Be Your Own Doctor. 

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