If you’re not exactly a fan of tofu, there’s another way to get your plant-based protein: grow soybean sprouts at home! We’ll show you how.
Chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans) are a legume that’s packed with protein. Here’s how to sprout chickpeas in a jar to make them easier to digest.
If you have a bag of raw potatoes that are no longer fresh, we’ll show you how to tell if a potato is bad. Plus, we’ll show you how to properly store spuds.
Packed with protein, these tiny pods originating from India are sweet and nutty. Here’s how to sprout moth beans two simple ways.
If you’re tired of hemp hearts but still want to reap the nutritional benefits, we’ll show you how to sprout hemp seeds for eating using unhulled seeds.
Lemons are arguably the most popular citrus fruit. While we all use the fruit, juice, and zest, lemon seed benefits have surprising health benefits too.
Ever wonder what the buzz about ancient grains is all about? Here’s how to sprout farro at home, the benefits of sprouted grains, and how to use it.
If you have a bunch of sprouted potatoes on your hand, don’t toss them! Here’s how to plant potatoes with long sprouts.
Crunchy and nutritious bean sprouts make a tasty snack. The best thing is they’re easy to grow. Here’s how to grow mung bean sprouts two ways.
Sprouted flaxseed is a great source of fiber, protein, and fatty acids. But growing them in a jar won’t work. Here’s how to sprout flax seeds without a mess.
Nobody likes mushy bean sprouts. With this nutritious veggie, methods of storing are everything. Here are tips on how to keep bean sprouts from going bad.
Broccoli sprouts are packed with nutrients, particularly sulforaphane. Here’s how to juice broccoli sprouts (or blend them).
Built up soap scum? Here’s an easy and eco-friendly homemade soap scum cleaner that will remove soap scum on showers and tubs for a sparkly clean.
Does soap freeze? If you’ve accidentally left a bottle of dish soap in frigid temps, yes it freezes. Luckily liquid soap has ingredients which make it hard to freeze.
Can soap and water kill salmonella? No, hand or dish soap isn’t effective at killing microorganisms, but here are 4 common household items that can.
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