My husband Rick and I were invited to a vegan holiday party and instructed to bring a few inexpensive gifts for a mystery game.
I thought I’d spread some cheer by gifting some seed sprouting kits!
No green thumb needed, simply add water and rinse twice daily.
The benefits of eating these freshly sprouted seeds are incredible, and each kit took about two minutes to make! I took a video (all in one take!) to show you how fast and easy assembly of these kits can be.
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Seed Sprout Surprises are fast, inexpensive gifts that pack some serious nutritional punch! And they’re great all year round! Post a picture of yours in the comments and let me know which seeds you chose to include.
Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!🌱
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Hi I’m Amy. My husband Rick & I adopted a Whole Plant lifestyle in 2012. We have had fantastic health results. Together, we’ve lost over 130 pounds! We offer private, lifestyle coaching and Zoom cooking lessons. We love to share our knowledge of this lifestyle and hope to spread the word and help others to Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!🌱 !
Sharme Ridley is a Rouxbe certified plant-based cooking enthusiast who specializes in creating Louisiana Creole inspired dishes. Overcoming a host of health issues after adopting a plant-based diet, she now inspires others to follow a whole food, plant-based (WFPB) lifestyle through her efforts with Plant Based Atlanta, a PlantPure Communities pod and her Atlanta Creole YouTube channel, where she offers WFPB cooking demonstrations. Sharme is also one of the hosts for CNS Kitchen, a T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies (CNS) plant-based support group. She earned the CNS eCornell Plant Based Nutrition Certificate and is a Licensed Food for Life Instructor with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). A retired public school teacher in her early 60s, she takes no medicines and is a living testament to the power of plants. Sharme has a B.S. in Secondary Education, a MEd in Educational Administration, and an EdS in Curriculum and Instruction.
CNS Kitchen: cnskitchen.nutritionstudies.org