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Garden of Eatin’ Mini White Rounds Tortilla Chips, 7.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Garden of Eatin’ Mini White Rounds Tortilla Chips, 7.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Garden of Eatin’ Mini White Rounds Tortilla Chips, 7.5 Ounce (Pack of 12). After more than 40 years of delivering wholesome goodness to our loyal customers, we’re proud to offer Mini White Rounds, authentic cantina-style chips, made with organic sweet white corn. There’s no way around it – these bite-size chips are the perfect snack whether you’re at home or on the go! Each batch is carefully made to order with whole corn kernels we grind and cook. The unforgettable flavor and highest quality ingredients come from our long-time farming partners dedicated to sustainable growing and harvesting practices. So take a departure from the ordinary snack experience and enjoy a gratifying treat. You’ll be glad you did! Read More »

Garden of Eatin’ Blue Corn Taco Shells, 12 Count

Garden of Eatin’ Blue Corn Taco Shells, 12 Count

Garden of Eatin' blue corn taco shells, 12 count (pack of 12).after More than 40 years of delivering wholesome goodness to our loyal customers, we’re proud to offer authentic blue corn taco shells, made with organic blue corn. This special recipe allows our taco shells to stand up to the heartiest ingredients!Each batch is carefully made to order. The unforgettable flavor and high quality ingredients come from our long-time farming partners dedicated to sustainable growing and harvesting practices.so Take a departure from the ordinary snack experience and treat yourself to the genuine taste of organic blue corn. You’Ll be glad you did. Read More »

How to Grow Potatoes: Planting and Harvesting Organic Food From Your Patio, Rooftop, Balcony, or Backyard Garden

How to Grow Potatoes: Planting and Harvesting Organic Food From Your Patio, Rooftop, Balcony, or Backyard Garden

Amazon Exclusive: Top Pick for 2012Perfect beginners guide to growing potatoes. This short booklet explains how to plant and grow organic potatoes for food in the home garden. Recommended for backyard gardeners and container gardeners with small city-sized yards, patios, balconies, decks, and rooftops. Written by the author of the best-selling Fresh Food From Small Spaces gardening book, a former columnist for Urban Farm magazine.Topics Include:* Why Grow Potatoes? Six Great Reasons* Different Kinds of Potatoes (and Where to Get Them)* Growing in Containers, Raised Beds, and Traditional Rows * Planting and Hilling Potatoes* Soil, Fertilizer, and Watering Needs* How to Harvest Potatoes* Storing Potatoes for Later Use* Bonus: Two Secret Tips for Getting More (and More Delicious) PotatoesPotatoes are one of the simplest food crops to grow at home. In this booklet, you will learn how to plant and grow potatoes in any sized garden. Even if you have no garden at all, and merely a doorstep, patio, rooftop, balcony, or deck, you can grow potatoes in very small spaces. Learn which type of containers potatoes thrive in, producing bigger harvests than you'll ever get from a bed in the ground. Learn how to select and plant potatoes that mature earlier than others, giving you a quick food harvest even in a short season climate with cold winters. Be More Self-SufficientNo other food crop allows you to do so much with so little as the potato. In fact, this is the most productive food staple you can produce at home. Just imagine how much space it would take to grow enough wheat, rye, oats, barley, rice, or other food staple to feed a family. Yet you can grow enough potatoes on your doorstep to feed a person for days.Grow Your Own Food and Save MoneySave some money this year and grow some delicious homegrown food, starting with potatoes and other organic vegetables. Learn which type of containers to grow spuds in for AMAZING yields. Learn how to plant and grow organic potatoes in garden rows, raised beds, and anything that holds soil or mulch (even garbage cans). Get this terrific guide today and start growing your own spuds! Read More »

Garden of Eatin’ Tortilla Chips, Chili & Lime, 8.1 Oz

Garden of Eatin’ Tortilla Chips, Chili & Lime, 8.1 Oz

Made with organic white corn. Made with no genetically engineered ingredients. Ole! you can almost see the Pacific Ocean, and hear the mariachis playing. Time for a great Mexican fiesta. It must be Garden of Eatin' Chili and Lime Tortilla Chips. Garden of Eatin' Chili and Lime tortilla chips are in the totopos tradition of a real Mexican cantina: bigger and lighter white corn chips with a snap to them. We're proud of the taste and crunchiness of our Chili and Lime Tortilla Chips. But most of all, at Garden of Eatin' we're proud of our tradition of creating the finest in all natural snack foods. We use only highest quality organic ingredients. And each batch of chips is made to order. That's what makes Garden of Eatin' snacks so tasty. Garden of Eatin's commitment to selling organic products means understanding that all the decisions we make have consequences--all the way down to the individual farmers we buy from. We are mindful of the soil, water, biodiversity and even worker health. When Al Jacobson founded Garden of Eatin' over 25 years ago, he knew that buying organic crops from farmers who grew them without pesticides and synthetic fertilizers would be better for your health and for the environment as well. Even our oils are different. They aren't extracted chemically. We crush seeds mechanically in a press. It makes a difference you can taste. And the water. It's not just tap water from a big spigot in the manufacturing plant. It's filtered water. Clean. Clear. Fresh. Those little tastebuds on your tongue will tell you right away. Imagine: All the thought and care went into these wonderful, tasty, Chili and Lime Chips. We're so proud of them. And we think you will be too. No preservatives. No hydrogenated oil. Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI). Product of USA. Read More »

Organic Food: Easy recipes that are on a budget (Organic food, grow your food at your garden, garden food)

Organic Food: Easy recipes that are on a budget (Organic food, grow your food at your garden, garden food)

How to eat organic on a budget, save money on organic food and wisely buy organic on the cheap? This book reveals how This book contains easy steps to prepare organic foods that are on a budget. By reading Organic Foods: Easy recipes that are on a budget you will learn: •Easy recipes organic foods •Tips to find out how you can save money getting all of the benefits of organic. Table of Contents Eat Your Way to HealthOrganic Recipes for BreakfastOrganic Recipes for LunchOrganic Recipes for Dinner Saving Money and Eating Organic Read More »

Garden of Life RAW Organics – Organic Chia Seeds, 12 oz

Garden of Life RAW Organics – Organic Chia Seeds, 12 oz

Organic Chia Seeds are an essential superfood addition to your modern, fast-paced diet. Our premium Chia has a very mild, nutty flavor that tastes great sprinkled on salad and cereal or mixed into beans, legumes, yogurt and especially smoothies. Garden of Life’s Super Omega-3 Chia Seed is specially grown for us on family farms. We have a project underway to convert U.S. family farmland into thriving businesses that employ the best Certified Organic, sustainable and Non-GMO agriculture practices. Read More »

EASY Organic Pest Control – A Beginner’s Guide To Protecting Your Home, Plants, Food, And Garden From Bugs And Insects (Quick and Easy Organic Pest Control, … and Insects, Easy Ways To Control Pest)

EASY Organic Pest Control – A Beginner’s Guide To Protecting Your Home, Plants, Food, And Garden From Bugs And Insects (Quick and Easy Organic Pest Control, … and Insects, Easy Ways To Control Pest)

Easy and Natural Ways To Get Rid of Pest Everywhere! The Best Guide On How To Protect your Home,Foods,Plants and Garden LIMITED TIME OFFER Pests are an inevitable part of our existence. Without our knowledge we coexist with several kinds of pests may it be through our pets, our plants even in the security of our own homes. It also comes in different sizes and forms but as microscopic or minute, though visible to the human eye, they appear they create a vast nuisance to our daily lives. With nature’s law of cause and effect, humans, in defense to these pests, find ways to control it in the hopes of finally eradicating the pests’ existence. We want to get rid of those pests as fast as we can without taking in consideration what makes these products very powerful that it can do what it says it will do. In return, these pests can develop an adaptation mechanism that makes them immune to these commercial products. As a result, we buy another brand or use a different approach that may contain stronger chemical components. Check Out What You Will Learn After Reading This Book Below!! Efficient ways of pests control Pests control Maintain Good living Natural ways of pests control Organic usage of pests control Get The Book Before The Promotion Runs Out! Only For A Limited Time! You Do NOT Need A Kindle Device To Read This E-Book, You Can Read On Your PC, Mac, Smart Phone, And Or Your Kindle Device Tags: Organic Pest control, easy pest control, natural control, Natural ways, Effective ways of pest control, Pests, Protecting your home, Basic pest control Read More »

Organic Gardening: The Beginners Guide To Organic Gardening (Organic Gardening,Organic Gardening Tips,Organic Gardening For Beginners,Organic Garden,Gardening Book 1)

Organic Gardening: The Beginners Guide To Organic Gardening (Organic Gardening,Organic Gardening Tips,Organic Gardening For Beginners,Organic Garden,Gardening Book 1)

The Beginners Guide To Organic Gardening Knowledge is the key to becoming an expert at anything we can lay our hands on. This book gives you sufficient knowledge about organic gardening if you are a beginner. It has all the information right from the basics to finding solutions to any problems you might face with regard to pests. This book gives you the methods you could use to be a perfect organic gardener. The book gives you simple tricks you can use to avoid any infestation of pests. It also tells you how you can take care of your plants and tend to their needs. Download Your Copy Now Read More »

Garden of Eatin’ Black Bean Corn Tortilla Chips, 7.5 Ounce

Garden of Eatin’ Black Bean Corn Tortilla Chips, 7.5 Ounce

Garden of Eatin' Black Bean Corn Tortilla Chips, 7.5 Ounce. After more than 40 years of delivering wholesome goodness to our loyal customers, we’re proud to give you an intense blast of flavor with our Black Bean Tortilla Chips! These chips, made with organic yellow corn, are infused with just the right amount of black beans for any snack break. Each batch is carefully made to order with whole corn kernels we grind and cook. The unforgettable flavor and highest quality ingredients come from our long-time farming partners dedicated to sustainable growing and harvesting practices. So take a departure from the ordinary snack experience and go for a bold bean taste. You’ll be glad you did! Read More »

Garden of Eatin’ Sesame Blues Chips, 7.5 Oz

Garden of Eatin’ Sesame Blues Chips, 7.5 Oz

Take our original Blue Corn Tortilla Chips, and in this case add something special, the zip of sesame seeds. And you get Sesame Blues. The original Garden of Eatin' Sesame Blues® Tortilla Chips.Those tiny bursts of sesame flavor make a tortilla chip into something else entirely. At Garden of Eatin' we make the "original" Blue Chips. They're actually blue in color because many years ago our founder Al Jacobson bought an entire crop of blue corn (an ancient tradition of the Hopi and Zuni tribes -- people who really know their corn) and thought it would make a great tortilla chip. Then we added a little snap to every bite with a sprinkling of sesame seeds on every chip. Read More »

Perennial Vegetables: Low-Maintenance Food From Your Organic Garden (horticulture, backyard, harvest, homesteading, planting, tomatoes, peppers)

Perennial Vegetables: Low-Maintenance Food From Your Organic Garden (horticulture, backyard, harvest, homesteading, planting, tomatoes, peppers)

Grow Your Own Organic Perennial Vegetables! Read this book for FREE on Kindle Unlimited - Download Now! Can you grow perennial veggies at home? Is it really difficult? When you download Perennial Vegetables: Low-Maintenance Food From Your Organic Garden, you'll find out exactly what is involved in creating a garden that can provide you with fresh veggies for years to come. It also lists some of the best perennial vegetables that you can grow at home! How do you get started? What equipment do you need? Is it difficult? What if you don't have a green thumb? Perennial Vegetables: Low-Maintenance Food From Your Organic Garden explains the pros and cons of outdoor vegetable cultivation. It also describes various basic gardening tips. When you download this book, you'll also learn about the cost advantage, health benefits, and rewards that perennial vegetables have to offer. Download Perennial Vegetables: Low-Maintenance Food From Your Organic Garden now, and start gardening today! Scroll to the top and select the "BUY" button for instant download. You’ll be happy you did! Read More »

Grow Your Own Food Made Easy: Nutritious Organic Produce from Your Own Garden, A Step-by-Step Guide

Grow Your Own Food Made Easy: Nutritious Organic Produce from Your Own Garden, A Step-by-Step Guide

Learn how to save as much as $200 a month in food costs by growing highly nutritious produce in as little as 100 square feet!This color-illustrated guide gives accurate, concise and easy step-by-step instructions on over 25 Earth-friendly gardening subjects, including soil preparation, raised-beds, natural fertilizers, companion planting, cover crops, mulching, natural pest control, and more!Included are sample food garden designs and 16 pages of health, nutrition, harvesting, storage and eating tips for over 40 vegetables and fruits. The featured Nutrition Connection offers invaluable strategies to reduce cancer risk, aid in weight control, and increase ingestion of protein, calcium, iron, vitamins A & C and more!A quick reference Step-by-Step Guide for the Gardening Season is featured on the inside front and back covers. Three pages of Gardening Sources list local, Internet, books, seeds, and children's gardening information. Read More »

Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture, 2nd Edition

Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture, 2nd Edition

The first edition of Gaia’s Garden sparked the imagination of America’s home gardeners, introducing permaculture’s central message: Working with Nature, not against her, results in more beautiful, abundant, and forgiving gardens. This extensively revised and expanded second edition broadens the reach and depth of the permaculture approach for urban and suburban growers. Many people mistakenly think that ecological gardening—which involves growing a wide range of edible and other useful plants—can take place only on a large, multiacre scale. As Hemenway demonstrates, it’s fun and easy to create a “backyard ecosystem” by assembling communities of plants that can work cooperatively and perform a variety of functions, including: Building and maintaining soil fertility and structure Catching and conserving water in the landscape Providing habitat for beneficial insects, birds, and animals Growing an edible “forest” that yields seasonal fruits, nuts, and other foods This revised and updated edition also features a new chapter on urban permaculture, designed especially for people in cities and suburbs who have very limited growing space. Whatever size yard or garden you have to work with, you can apply basic permaculture principles to make it more diverse, more natural, more productive, and more beautiful. Best of all, once it’s established, an ecological garden will reduce or eliminate most of the backbreaking work that’s needed to maintain the typical lawn and garden. Read More »

The Organic Gardener’s Handbook of Natural Pest and Disease Control: A Complete Guide to Maintaining a Healthy Garden and Yard the Earth-Friendly Way (Rodale Organic Gardening Books)

The Organic Gardener’s Handbook of Natural Pest and Disease Control: A Complete Guide to Maintaining a Healthy Garden and Yard the Earth-Friendly Way (Rodale Organic Gardening Books)

With growing consumer awareness about the dangers of garden chemicals, turn to The Organic Gardener’s Handbook of Natural Pest and Disease Control (by Fern Bradley) as the most reliable and comprehensive guide on the garden shelf. Rodale has been the category leader in organic methods for decades, and this thoroughly updated edition features the latest science-based recommendations for battling garden problems. With all-new photos of common and recently introduced pests and plant diseases, you can quickly identify whether you've discovered garden friend or foe and what action, if any, you should take.No other reference includes a wider range of methods for growing and maintaining an organic garden. The plant-by-plant guide features symptoms and solutions for 200 popular plants, including flowers, vegetables, trees, shrubs, and fruits. The insect-and-disease encyclopedia includes a photo identification guide and detailed descriptions of damage readers may see. The extensive coverage of the most up-to-date organic control techniques and products, presented in order of lowest impact to most intensive intervention, makes it easy to choose the best control.  Read More »

Food Not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard into a Garden and Your Neighborhood into a Community

Food Not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard into a Garden and Your Neighborhood into a Community

Gardening can be a political act. Creativity, fulfillment, connection, revolution—it all begins when we get our hands in the dirt. Food Not Lawns combines practical wisdom on ecological design and community-building with a fresh, green perspective on an age-old subject. Activist and urban gardener Heather Flores shares her nine-step permaculture design to help farmsteaders and city dwellers alike build fertile soil, promote biodiversity, and increase natural habitat in their own "paradise gardens." But Food Not Lawns doesn't begin and end in the seed bed. This joyful permaculture lifestyle manual inspires readers to apply the principles of the paradise garden—simplicity, resourcefulness, creativity, mindfulness, and community—to all aspects of life. Plant "guerilla gardens" in barren intersections and medians; organize community meals; start a street theater troupe or host a local art swap; free your kitchen from refrigeration and enjoy truly fresh, nourishing foods from your own plot of land; work with children to create garden play spaces. Flores cares passionately about the damaged state of our environment and the ills of our throwaway society. In Food Not Lawns, she shows us how to reclaim the earth one garden at a time. Read More »

Four-Season Harvest: Organic Vegetables from Your Home Garden All Year Long, 2nd Edition

Four-Season Harvest: Organic Vegetables from Your Home Garden All Year Long, 2nd Edition

If you love the joys of eating home-garden vegetables but always thought those joys had to stop at the end of summer, this book is for you. Eliot Coleman introduces the surprising fact that most of the United States has more winter sunshine than the south of France. He shows how North American gardeners can successfully use that sun to raise a wide variety of traditional winter vegetables in backyard cold frames and plastic covered tunnel greenhouses without supplementary heat. Coleman expands upon his own experiences with new ideas learned on a winter-vegetable pilgrimage across the ocean to the acknowledged kingdom of vegetable cuisine, the southern part of France, which lies on the 44th parallel, the same latitude as his farm in Maine. This story of sunshine, weather patterns, old limitations and expectations, and new realities is delightfully innovative in the best gardening tradition. Four-Season Harvest will have you feasting on fresh produce from your garden all through the winter. To learn more about the possibility of a four-season farm, please visit Coleman's website www.fourseasonfarm.com. Read More »

Organic Gardening Beginner’s Manual: The ultimate “Take-You-By-The-Hand” beginner’s gardening manual for creating and managing your own organic garden.

Organic Gardening Beginner’s Manual: The ultimate “Take-You-By-The-Hand” beginner’s gardening manual for creating and managing your own organic garden.

#1 Amazon BESTSELLER in Vegetable Gardening Here's the ultimate "Take-You-By-The-Hand" beginner's gardening manual for creating and managing your own organic garden. Even if you know nothing about organic gardening.... so you can get back your health and energy and save a stack of money. You're going to learn that organic gardening can greatly improve your health and energy levels while really lowering your weekly food bills, and it only takes about half an hour per week. If you're like me you probably hate the idea of eating foods (and providing them for your family) that may have been grown with chemicals. I want to share with you not only the joy of producing fresh, delicious food for your family, but also the health advantages of spending time in the fresh air and sunshine, stress relief, and chemical free, vitamin filled, fresh, natural foods - what our bodies really crave for and need. Now you can access the information you want quickly and easily, to make planning and growing your vegetable garden a breeze! Growing our own food makes us less reliant on commercially grown foods. Who knows how long produce might have been sitting around on a shelf, or in a cooler room? Do you wonder just what chemicals have been sprayed on that perfect-looking tomato, that really is quite tasteless? Being able to walk out to your organic vegetable garden and pick your own food - now let's see... how many food miles is that? - Oh, it's none! You'll instantly discover... Your very best area to grow your vegetables How to build up healthy, fertile soil without costing a fortune How to feed your soil - the organic ways How to create an easy, 'no-dig' veggie plot Massive savings by learning how to grow from seeds 9 Essential tips to successfully transplanting your seedlings Tips for the most effective watering Why mulching is a must in every organic garden 5 easy ways to keep your garden weed free How to slash your food bill in half The 7 crucial ingredients to making great compost What never to put into your compost How to make your own organic liquid fertilizers, saving $$'s Natural ways to protect your plants from pests and disease Top 10 easiest veggies to grow Secrets to growing lush, healthy herbs Why to include perennial vegetables What you must do to grow your food if space is limited How much to plant for your family's needs And that's just a small glimpse of what's included. This gardening guide was created to give you simple, concise steps to easily create the right organic food garden for your family. I've gathered this information from both my own experience and from many different resources over the past 20 years. Happy Organic Gardening, Healthy Living.... ~Julie Read More »

Growing Herbs From Home: How To Plant And Grow Organic Healthy Herbs In Your Own Garden (Organic Foods, Healthy Living, Gardens, Growing, Herb Garden, … Herb Garden, Medicinal Herbs, Healing Herb)

Growing Herbs From Home: How To Plant And Grow Organic Healthy Herbs In Your Own Garden (Organic Foods, Healthy Living, Gardens, Growing, Herb Garden, … Herb Garden, Medicinal Herbs, Healing Herb)

Growing Herbs From Home - How To Plant And Grow Organic Healthy Herbs In Your Own Garden I am sure you enjoy the amazing taste of mint or the refreshing scent of rosemary in your lamb dish. You may also enjoy the sweet smell of dill or the amazing benefits of sweet marjoram as a tonic. While you may have heard about all the amazing benefits of herbs, do you know how to grow them? Over 50% of Americans buy their herbs at the grocery store and end up missing out on the amazing benefits of having your own herbs in your garden. Furthermore, do you know that most herbs available at the local grocery store are full of pesticides and insecticides? Even though you are lucky enough to get organic herbs, I am sure you know by now how expensive those can be. Why go through all the trouble of buying herbs at the grocery store while you could have your own herb garden. Are you overwhelmed and don’t know how to start growing organic herbs? This book is especially written for you as it contains important insight about growing herbs. You will learn how to prepare the soil for planting of different herbs as well as how to properly choose potted plants to ensure that you have the best plants to get started on your herb garden. This book also provides important information that you need to know if you decide to plant your herbs indoors. You would also learn how best to take care of the different herbs in order to yield maximum benefits from growing herbs. By the time you have finished reading this book, you will be ready to have a garden full of herbs. Here Is A Preview Of What You Can Expect To Learn: The History Of HerbsThe Benefits Of Growing HerbsHow To Grow Herbs OutdoorsThe Most Suitable Conditions For Growing Herbs OutdoorsHow Best To Grow HerbsMistakes That You Need To Avoid When Purchasing Potted PlantsWhat Not To Do To Affect Your HerbsAnd much, much more! To learn more about Growing Herbs in your own garden, download your copy of this book now! Download your copy today! Tags: growing herbs, plant herbs, plant and grow herbs, plant and grow herbs from home, growing herbs from home, home grown herbs, herb growing at home, at home, from home, home grown herb garden, home-based herb garden, house herb garden, herb garden at the house, herb gardens, herb garden, herb growing, herbal treatment, herbal cooking, herb, herbs, organic herbs, organic gardens, gardening, healthy gardening, healthy herbs, organic healthy herbs, herbal recipes, planting herbs, planting, growing, herbal plants, herbal cooking, outdoor gardens Read More »

How to Sprout Raw Food: Grow an Indoor Organic Garden with Wheatgrass, Bean Sprouts, Grain Sprouts, Microgreens, and More

How to Sprout Raw Food: Grow an Indoor Organic Garden with Wheatgrass, Bean Sprouts, Grain Sprouts, Microgreens, and More

Grow Your Own Raw Food Anywhere!Valuable, short guide to sprouting. Would you like to grow some of your own food this year? Indoors? With no sunlight or soil? At any time of the year and at all times of the year? Sprouts allow you to do all that and more. In fact, you can grow all the vegetables your body needs (plus all the protein as well) in an area that's no bigger than your microwave oven. I grow sprouts on top of my refrigerator, harvesting baskets of fresh, raw food every week without even going outside. Growing sprouts is simple and it's cheap. Sprouts can provide you with the power-packed nutrition your body needs at a fraction of the price of store bought food. You can save money while eating right. There's no dirt, no pests, and no weeding required. Raw Food Salads, Sandwiches, Cereals, and More!This short guide (call it a booklet or pamphlet) will teach you how to grow sprouts and enjoy eating them. If you like salads, I'll show you how to make delicious bowlfuls with tasty mild or spicy sprouts. If you enjoy eating cereal for breakfast, try some sprouted grains with natural malt sugars that nourish your body and taste far better than boxed cereals.Need to lose a few pounds?Simply eating a few more sprouted beans will keep you feeling fuller and eating fewer carbs. Toss some bean sprouts, lentil sprouts, or pea sprouts into your next rice or pasta dish; they make great burgers as well. You'll find that your body absorbs the protein better when the beans are sprouted, which usually reduces flatulence as well. All this nutrition, protein, and fiber will have you shedding a few pounds in a hurry.Topics Include:1. Superfood SproutsCheap, Easy to Grow, Provide Year-Round Nutrition2. The Benefits of Raw FoodLose Weight, Nourish Your Body, and Stimulate Energy Levels3. Sprouting Equipment and How to Use ItTrays, Jars, Bags, Automatic Sprouters, and Wheatgrass Juicers4. Salad and Sandwich SproutsAlfalfa, Clover, Radish, and Broccoli5. Bean SproutsMung Beans, Soy Beans, Lentils, Peas, and More6. Grain SproutsWheat, Barley, Rye, Oats, Triticale, Quinoa, and Other Grains7. Seed and Nut SproutsSunflower, Sesame, Pumpkin, Peanut, and Flax8. Seasoning SproutsBasil, Celery, Cress, Dill, Fenugreek, Mustard, Onion Family, and More9. How to Grow MicrogreensGrow a Gourmet Baby Salad, Anytime, Anyplace!10. Wheatgrass Juice From Homegrown SproutsHow to Grow and Juice Your Own Wheatgrass11. Where to Get the Best Sprouting SeedsTrusted Sources for the Freshest Quality12. Where to Find the Best Raw Food Sprout RecipesDelicious ways to enjoy your sprouts, raw or cookedEat More Raw Foods for Better HealthRaw food contains many nutrients that are lost in the cooking process. Our prehistoric ancestors ate most of their food raw until around 12,000 years ago. The human body has not yet adapted to the large quantities of cooked and processed foods we feed ourselves. This is a big reason for the high rates of diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and other chronic ailments: we are poisoning ourselves with so much over-cooked, over-processed foods. People who switch to raw food diets (or simply include some more raw food in their diets) experience many benefits, such as weight loss and great energy levels. This book will help you increase the quantity of raw food in your diet from sprouts, including salad and sandwich sprouts, wheatgrass, microgreens, and sprouted beans, nuts, seeds, and grains (which most people can digest well without any cooking).Learn how to grow some of your fresh food indoors, in a small space, with no direct light, and no soil (except microgreens). Pick this one up. You won't be disappointed! Read More »

Groundbreaking Food Gardens: 73 Plans That Will Change the Way You Grow Your Garden

Groundbreaking Food Gardens: 73 Plans That Will Change the Way You Grow Your Garden

Vegetable gardens can be designed for flavor AND fun! Niki Jabbour, author of the best-selling The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener, has collected 73 plans for novel and inspiring food gardens from her favorite superstar gardeners, including Amy Stewart, Amanda Thomsen, Barbara Pleasant, Dave DeWitt, and Jessi Bloom. You’ll find a garden that provides salad greens 52 weeks a year, another that supplies your favorite cocktail ingredients, one that you plant on a balcony, one that encourages pollinators, one that grows 24 kinds of chile peppers, and dozens more. Each plan is fully illustrated and includes a profile of the contributor, the story behind the design, and a plant list. Read More »

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