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Heather- Guest Writer

Heather is an Austin based food photographer and herbalist. She studied art and theater in California, and upon moving to Texas, enrolled at the Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine to further her herbalism education. Growing up next to an apple orchard in New Hampshire, she fell in love with nature, spending most of her childhood collecting plants and climbing trees. She runs the blog Mrs Barnes.com -focusing on simple, seasonal recipes, and effortless entertaining. She believes that there’s beauty everywhere if you simply stop and slow down. And you can never have enough flowers. As Claude Monet said, "I must have flowers, always and always."

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How to Grow Your Own Sprouts

Humans have been sprouting for thousands of years! Why? Because it’s ridiculously easy! Sprouting is a natural process in which the seeds or spores germinate and put out shoots. Each seed contains all the nutrients for that seed to germinate and grow. Sprouts have a higher number of nutrients within the first seven days of growth: almost 20 times more than the same plant when it’s grown. They are versatile, nutritious, organic, and you can grow them right on your countertop! Just make it a part of your morning and nightly routine to rinse them, and you’ll be watching them sprout little tails within just a few days! 

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