How To Grow Broccoli Sprouts





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Published on Jan 20, 2013


In this presentation I'm going to talk about how to grow broccoli sprouts. There are many nutritional benefits to eating broccoli sprouts as it includes a special compound that actively fights antioxidants and cancer elements in your body at the cellular level.

So there's all types a good reasons to grow broccoli sprouts.

Johns Hopkins University performed a study from 1992 to 1997 they searched for broccoli's cancer fighting compound.
They isolated the cancer fighting phytochemical: sulforaphane.

In 1997, John Hopkins research concluded that broccoli sprouts promoted much more cancer protection and antioxidant activity via sulfforaphane then broccoli heads alone. In fact it was found that broccoli sprouts had 50 times the potency of regular broccoli cooked or raw.

Here are the basic sprouting directions:

-first by organic sprouting seeds
-find a purchase a large mouth 1 quart glass container
-by some cheesecloth and a few thick strong rubber bands

Place around 3 tablespoons of sprouting seeds with at least three times the amount of purified water into the jar.

Gently shake the jar with lid until all the seeds are soaked.

Take off the lid and place the cheesecloth over the mouth securing with rubber band.

Allow the seeds to soak for 6 to 12 hours and drain them through the cheesecloth and rinse.

Leave the jar and the side away from direct sunlight. Repeat this process three times or until the sprouts grow fully. Refrigerate what is not eaten.

If you would like to learn more about sprouting go to my website@ learnhowtogrowseeds.com

There you can download a free course on sprouting. I will send you a new lesson every few days. I hope I see you there soon.

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