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Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers. In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois).http://familymn.com/images/cars-in-america-automatic-or-manual.pdf For those wishing to produce family quantities of sprouts who don't yet quite know what they are doing, this book is a fine resource, replete with an array of sound information.Lotsa good info, but much of it is for sprouting in baskets, which the author admits are not as readily available as when he first wrote the book. Great, then junk that basket stuff and talk about the Easy Sprouter, which does the alfalfa-type wonderfully. I like the bags for the beans and Meyerowitz's instructions for it are great and I like his bags. But I felt that the book needs some serious updating and if he has a newer one than this one needs to go the way of the dodo.I'm delighted to know that a person can live and especially thrive on sprouts. Equally exciting was the history I discovered in this book about Quinoa (and even how to pronounce it - keen-wa) and the science behind why some sprouts are beneficial for preventing certain diseases. Steve also brings to light some fungicides and pesticides used in commercial agriculture.Steve does a great job telling you what's what about sprouts including how to grow them, what you need to know about different seeds, why to eat them, what some nutritional values looked like, and he even provided a growth and harvest chart that I found useful. His personal experience with healing is inspiring but you won't read about that in here; this book's purpose is to quickly educate you and get you farming your own sprouts. now. My wife and kids are traditional eaters, but they sure did enjoy watching me grow the sprouts and then sampling them with me. After reading the book, growing them was easy and it's actually inexpensive. The flavor was wonderful. If you haven't tasted organic sprouts you haven't tasted true flavor. If you're thinking about growing your own, there is something about it I think everyone should experience and Steve's book will get you off to a successful start.It’s getting a bit outdated and illustrations could have been replaced by pictures, to better convey information.Had to experiment on my own to find the answer. I am getting great results, no thanks whatsoever to this book.I'm grateful to Steve Meyerowitz for his advice to cook soyabean sprouts lightly to remove any residual nasties, however, I much prefer the Cairney book because Meyerwitz's is a bit of a hotchpotch. On the good side, it has a good index as well as a detailed contents list. On the bad, like the Cairney, it glosses over how to germinate economically in cooler weather and calls for items, such as hydrogen peroxide, for use as a sterilent, which I think is unobtainable in the UK now, because it's been used in improvised bomb-making. It's looks as though we can buy sproutbags, an invention of Meyerwitz, but I just wouldn't because I do not believe they could be adequately cleaned. His other innovation, the sprouter's bamboo basket, isn't even still available on his US Website because the supply from China has become unreliable. Again, attractive as these things look, I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole. It's glass and nice sterile stainless steel for me, but at the moment, I'm using Meyerwitz's despised jars (Bio Snacky), which I find can be incubated easily (See my review of The Sprouters Handbook) and work a treat for everything I've tried so far except soyabean. I've even pulled off amaranth, a tiny seed (a) by soaking overnight, or (b) by inserting kitchen towel between the jar and the lid-strainer. I've given Meyerwitz 3 stars because his book contains stimulating ideas. The tables are random rather than scientifically organised, though the their content may be accurate. He advocates a longer growing time than some and there must be a breaking point when a sprout, using the resources from its seed and turning them into great nutrients for us, becomes a plant, requiring resources from soil. He muddles seed leaves, which are the seed itself pushed up and turning green, with true leaves, which form independently of the seed. Some seeds, such as aduki beans and lentils, don't form seed leaves at all, their first leaves are true leaves. With alfalfa and mung, it's the other way round. As I say, a hotchpotch with good ideas, but for a beginner, I'd advise buying a set, say of 3, Bio Snacky jars (thank you, Amazon) and following the advice given in the leaflet that comes with them. Start with seeds, such as mung and aduki bean and green lentils that are readily and cheaply available in your supermarket. That's another thing with Meyerowitz, if you sprout seeds, such as cabbage and radish that are normally sold in tiny packets for producing the mature vegetable, your sprouts will cost you a fortune!It is packed full of information and innovative ways for improving health as well as how to use baskets and bags for sprouting to produce better sprouts than ever before. A must for anyone who wants to eat the natural way. I love it. An excellent and practical reference book.A very enjoyable read with lots of valuable information about starting a kitchen garden. Very well laid out book and easy to understand. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Please try again.Please try again.Please try again. This guide can make anyone a self sufficient gardener of sprouts that are bursting with concentrated nutrition.Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Register a free business account We never knew there were so many sprouts --- so many flavors and textures.. The medicinal properties of these little plants, not to mention their prodigious nutrition does indeed make them a miracle food. -- Healthy Times Magazine, March 1998 This guide can make anyone a self-sufficient gardener of sprouts that are bursting with concentrated nutrition. And no one says it better than the man of greens himself--the Sproutman. -- Natural Foods Merchandiser, January 1998 The Agriculture of Tomorrow is Here Today. Our grandparents bought their food from the local farm. Today, it flies in on airplanes after being sprayed with chemicals, irradiated and genetically altered. It's enough to topple the Jolly Green Giant.or give him cancer. Can we keep our food pure, fresh, local, and available year round. Yes! For the price of beans. As the world population multiplies, the kitchen of tomorrow will grow food in addition to preparing it. Why wait? The secrets to creating self-sufficient, organic meals are just pages away. Sprouts are baby plants at their most nutritious stage. They're bubbling with enzymes and phyto-chemicals. You can feel their vitamins. Twice the protein of Spinach. Four times the protein of lettuce. Flavors like succulent buckwheat lettuce, hearty baby sunflowers and spicy garlic chives. Introduce them into your kitchen and bring sunshine to your diet. No green thumb and no soil necessary. It's Easy. It's Fun. This book shows you how.Steve got interested in sprouts after a 20 year effort to correct chronic allergies and asthma with conventional medicine. He continued to practice a 100 raw foods diet (nothing cooked, packaged, canned, frozen or processed) for five years. During that time, he also experimented with other extreme diets such as fruitarianism (just fruit) and fasted for as long as 100 days. He called his no-cooking school, the Sprout House. Steve invented two home sprouters, the Flax Sprout Bag and the Sprout House Kitchen Garden Salad Kit. He supplied these growing kits and a full line of organic sprouting seeds to consumers nationwide via mail order. Steve has since sold the Sprout House mail order business and he and his family now live and breathe fresher air in the Berkshire mountains in Massachusetts, 2 hours north of Manhattan. Much of those teaching years have been transcribed in his books. He has written such sprout-worthy titles as Sprouts the Miracle Food, Sproutman's Kitchen Garden Cookbook, Wheatgrass Nature's Finest Medicine, and Sproutman's Turn-the-Dial Sprout Chart a portable, photo-field guide to sprouting. In 3 minutes on QVC, 953 people ordered his Cookbook and Tabletop Greenhouse.But we all eat. Fact is, if you don't grow your own, someone has to do it for you. Not a bad concept, but in reality, we're on the losing end. A trip to the supermarket proves it. The lettuce is lifeless; the spinach is wilting and dark around the edges. You don't dare eat the fruit for fear of fumigants, fertilizers, pesticides and the like. As a nation, we're eating less and less of the healthiest foods on the planet--fresh fruit and vegetables. Where are the fruits and vegetables. For the most part, you'll find them in the canned food aisle. No wonder kids grow up never liking their vegetables. Of course, you could shop at the health food store. But organic produce some-times cost more than you want to spend--if you can find it at all. Unfortunately, we don't all live in southern California and we don't all have the time or means to garden. Here's where apartment gardening comes in. Every week a new harvest of fresh baby greens matures right in your own kitchen. No tools to buy, no big investment in garden equipment, no bugs or weather to worry about and no dirt. One pound of indoor lettuce takes up just 9 inches of counter-top space and one actual minute of care per day. Just dip and set. Light is no problem--normal daylight is all you need. For such little effort, the possibilities are magnificent--- 30delicious varieties of fresh, nutritious indoor greens and baby vegetables, enough to feed the whole family!Full content visible, double tap to read brief content. Videos Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video. Upload video To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. Truth Be Told 3.0 out of 5 stars It's not true!!! And in order to do that, he runs down sprouting by jars. For me, that calls his credibility into question. Otherwise, he does have very good info on sprouting, and especially in regard to all the charts showing the nutritional value of the various sprouts under various conditions. It's an older book, but still worth every penny. It covers the basics very well and in detail. It's how I got my start. If Meyerowitz didn't run down sprouting by jars to promote his own sprout bags, I would consider giving his book 5 stars.As you can see from my photo this author makes a listed case against mason jars. This information doesn’t appear to be consistent with common growers who use them. Some of the disadvantages listed are, the jars can break and you can’t get your hand inside to clean them properly. Also listed as disadvantages are the time it takes to fill up and pour out and wait for the water to stop draining. I don’t view these as an inconvenience but potential issues that are easily overcome. The author continues by stating that the jars are dark ages and then promotes the sprout bag as a modern age technology. Chances are I did put the cart before the horses but in my beginning stages I think I’ll stick with the jars. The only information I found in this book that is not easily attainable on the Internet are some of the mineral content charts.I have been sprouting for a quarter of a century. It is natural that most of my methods have some contrast with those presented in this guide. This book is replete with good ideas and methods and useful even to an inventive, innovative person in the sprout field. I would particularly commend it for people who don't have the time or patience to learn things the hard way. I limit my production of various sprout products to 20 square feet per crop, because other projects command my attention. Frankly, many of my methods are proprietary (trade secrets). For those wishing to produce family quantities of sprouts who don't yet quite know what they are doing, this book is a fine resource, replete with an array of sound information.Lotsa good info, but much of it is for sprouting in baskets, which the author admits are not as readily available as when he first wrote the book. Great, then junk that basket stuff and talk about the Easy Sprouter, which does the alfalfa-type wonderfully. I like the bags for the beans and Meyerowitz's instructions for it are great and I like his bags. But I felt that the book needs some serious updating and if he has a newer one than this one needs to go the way of the dodo.I'm delighted to know that a person can live and especially thrive on sprouts. Equally exciting was the history I discovered in this book about Quinoa (and even how to pronounce it - keen-wa) and the science behind why some sprouts are beneficial for preventing certain diseases. Steve also brings to light some fungicides and pesticides used in commercial agriculture.Steve does a great job telling you what's what about sprouts including how to grow them, what you need to know about different seeds, why to eat them, what some nutritional values looked like, and he even provided a growth and harvest chart that I found useful. His personal experience with healing is inspiring but you won't read about that in here; this book's purpose is to quickly educate you and get you farming your own sprouts. now. My wife and kids are traditional eaters, but they sure did enjoy watching me grow the sprouts and then sampling them with me. After reading the book, growing them was easy and it's actually inexpensive. The flavor was wonderful. If you haven't tasted organic sprouts you haven't tasted true flavor. If you're thinking about growing your own, there is something about it I think everyone should experience and Steve's book will get you off to a successful start.It’s getting a bit outdated and illustrations could have been replaced by pictures, to better convey information.Had to experiment on my own to find the answer. I am getting great results, no thanks whatsoever to this book.I'm grateful to Steve Meyerowitz for his advice to cook soyabean sprouts lightly to remove any residual nasties, however, I much prefer the Cairney book because Meyerwitz's is a bit of a hotchpotch. On the good side, it has a good index as well as a detailed contents list. On the bad, like the Cairney, it glosses over how to germinate economically in cooler weather and calls for items, such as hydrogen peroxide, for use as a sterilent, which I think is unobtainable in the UK now, because it's been used in improvised bomb-making. It's looks as though we can buy sproutbags, an invention of Meyerwitz, but I just wouldn't because I do not believe they could be adequately cleaned. His other innovation, the sprouter's bamboo basket, isn't even still available on his US Website because the supply from China has become unreliable. Again, attractive as these things look, I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole. It's glass and nice sterile stainless steel for me, but at the moment, I'm using Meyerwitz's despised jars (Bio Snacky), which I find can be incubated easily (See my review of The Sprouters Handbook) and work a treat for everything I've tried so far except soyabean. I've even pulled off amaranth, a tiny seed (a) by soaking overnight, or (b) by inserting kitchen towel between the jar and the lid-strainer. I've given Meyerwitz 3 stars because his book contains stimulating ideas. The tables are random rather than scientifically organised, though the their content may be accurate. He advocates a longer growing time than some and there must be a breaking point when a sprout, using the resources from its seed and turning them into great nutrients for us, becomes a plant, requiring resources from soil. He muddles seed leaves, which are the seed itself pushed up and turning green, with true leaves, which form independently of the seed. Some seeds, such as aduki beans and lentils, don't form seed leaves at all, their first leaves are true leaves. With alfalfa and mung, it's the other way round. As I say, a hotchpotch with good ideas, but for a beginner, I'd advise buying a set, say of 3, Bio Snacky jars (thank you, Amazon) and following the advice given in the leaflet that comes with them. Start with seeds, such as mung and aduki bean and green lentils that are readily and cheaply available in your supermarket. That's another thing with Meyerowitz, if you sprout seeds, such as cabbage and radish that are normally sold in tiny packets for producing the mature vegetable, your sprouts will cost you a fortune!It is packed full of information and innovative ways for improving health as well as how to use baskets and bags for sprouting to produce better sprouts than ever before. A must for anyone who wants to eat the natural way. I love it. An excellent and practical reference book.A very enjoyable read with lots of valuable information about starting a kitchen garden. Very well laid out book and easy to understand.Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1 Previous page Next page. Includes extensive nutrition charts, seed resources, and questions and answers with Sproutman. Language: English. Brand new Book. Step-by-step, learn how to grow delicious indoor greens and baby vegetables -- in just one week from seed to salad. Includes extensive nutrition charts, seed resources, and questions and answers with Sproutman.Condition: New. New copy - Usually dispatched within 4 working days.All Rights Reserved. This guide can make anyone a self sufficient gardener of sprouts that are bursting with concentrated nutrition.The Agriculture of Tomorrow is Here Today. Our grandparents bought their food from the local farm. Today, it flies in on airplanes after being sprayed with chemicals, irradiated and genetically altered. It's enough to topple the Jolly Green Giant.or give him cancer. Can we keep our food pure, fresh, local, and available year round. Yes! For the price of beans. As the world population multiplies, the kitchen of tomorrow will grow food in addition to preparing it. Why wait? The secrets to creating self-sufficient, organic meals are just pages away. Sprouts are baby plants at their most nutritious stage. They're bubbling with enzymes and phyto-chemicals. You can feel their vitamins. Twice the protein of Spinach. Four times the protein of lettuce. Flavors like succulent buckwheat lettuce, hearty baby sunflowers and spicy garlic chives. Introduce them into your kitchen and bring sunshine to your diet. No green thumb and no soil necessary. It's Easy. It's Fun. This book shows you how. Language: English. Brand new Book. Step-by-step, learn how to grow delicious indoor greens and baby vegetables -- in just one week from seed to salad. Includes extensive nutrition charts, seed resources, and questions and answers with Sproutman.Orders received before 3PM PT typically ship same day. All profits support the non-profit community.Condition: New. Michael Parman (illustrator). Satisfaction Guaranteed. Book is in NEW condition.All Rights Reserved. AbeBooks offers millions of new, used, rare and out-of-print books, as well as cheap textbooks from thousands of booksellers around the world. Shopping on AbeBooks is easy, safe and 100 secure - search for your book, purchase a copy via our secure checkout and the bookseller ships it straight to you. Save money with our huge selection. All Rights Reserved. Groups Discussions Quotes Ask the Author Includes extensive nutrition charts, seed resources, and questions and answers with Sproutman. To see what your friends thought of this book,It's 200 pages, and all I want to know about sprouts can be put on 50. Couldn't he just put a chapter entitled Alfalfa- so when I want to sprout it there's all I need to know. Instead, it's all mixed in a big salad, so alfalfa is on page 11, 41, 48,58,.70, 159.etc. Just to find out how long to soak a certain seed takes me half hour browsing through pages. He also prefers this strange method with bamboo baskets, and most people who It's 200 pages, and all I want to know about sprouts can be put on 50. Couldn't he just put a chapter entitled Alfalfa- so when I want to sprout it there's all I need to know. Instead, it's all mixed in a big salad, so alfalfa is on page 11, 41, 48,58,.70, 159.etc. Just to find out how long to soak a certain seed takes me half hour browsing through pages. He also prefers this strange method with bamboo baskets, and most people who sprout nowdays live in big cities, not on the banks of Mekong Delta. Everyone I know uses automatic or plastic sprouters. The good news is that it does offer lots of useful advice, and he does know a lot- it's just I wish he had someone to help him organize it in more user-friendly way. I wish the book was better organised, however. Sproutman goes down too many side-discussions and enjoys his little side-comments too much to make this a valuable reference tool. Perhaps when I'm sprouting more myself I will change my mind. I wish the book was better organised, however. Sproutman goes down too many side-discussions and enjoys his little side-comments too much to make this a valuable reference tool. Perhaps when I'm sprouting more myself I will change my mind. For sprouting methods, the author mostly describes what he thinks is the best way - baskets, and bags, so not as helpful in the different sprouting methods.

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