Monday, September 13, 2010

The end of another Season

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Well it's the end of another season; you know the one that we call summer, and with that means the end of a couple of things, one of which is the end of gardening. In Japan the rice is being harvested, in Idaho it's the potatoes, and somewhere around the Nebraska area the corn is being husked. All of this signifies the end of the heat season while waiting for the cold winter season to settle in.  During this time the prices on things such as apples and strawberries, lettuce and tomatoes all rise and we become meat eaters, simply because the prices on produce are high enough to make one broke.
But what  about our vegetables? What about the healthy stuff that keeps us sane? Since it's too cold for crops and gardens to survive outside, Basic Living has equipped themselves with a few products that will keep you healthy and happy this winter season. By simply adding some healthy greens that can easily be grown indoors you will be eating healthier this winter season. Sprouts are a great way to add variety and greens into your life. They can be grown indoors and can be used in soups and salads or even added to a sandwich if such is desired.  From the wonderful easy sprout or the Kitchen crop Sprouter you can be growing sprouts in a matter of days.  The interesting thing about sprouts is that there is such a wide variety to choose from.  Just a few that can be used in these wonderful little sprouters and grown anytime of the year include: Alfalfa, curly cres, daikon radish, and green peas. More options are available and prices vary but can be found at Basic Living all year long.
Try sprouts this winter season and find out what you have been missing!
Happy Sprouting!!!
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