8 Replies to “In Three Words”

  1. Hey, we started experimenting with sprouts last fall – the line from Across Five Aprils has been haunting me for years and I thought this would be a good way to combat it. Something about how they “had hungered for green things”. Anyway, it has mostly been a huge success – mung beans are our favortie but I can’t get the wheat to not spoil before we get to eat it. Any insight would be appreciated from an experienced sprouter. I need to start some alfalfa today for chicken pita sandwiches on the menu this week.

  2. This has nothing to do with this post… This week I was talking to a friend about her experience giving birth (in December) and she was talking about how she had a really hard time going natural, which she had wanted, because she couldn’t relax so she ended up having to get something to help her body relax. I told her about hypnobirthing and she was very interested. She is not expecting, but I gave her a link to your website that she is going to hold onto until her next baby. So maybe you will hear from her. I hope so. Her name is Ruachel. Anyway, Happy spring.

  3. Lynnette–you are the one who inspired me to do this in the first place. Real Foods–where I teach, has a few experts there. I’ll nose around and see what I can find out about wheat grass. My dad used to make it too.

    Dot–Thanks so much for the referral–very kind of you! Have your friend read the birth stories. They are really incredible.

  4. I love this kinda thing. I wish I was better at posting stuff… especially when it can be sooo simple and great like this! 🙂 Sprouts are great, I’m excited!

  5. Such cute pictures!

    Sadly, I don’t have one to show you of our nests. They were all eaten up or taken home with guests! But they turned out lovely – so thank you!

  6. Hi Launi!
    I wanted to say hi and thank you for visiting. Your site is amazing; the pictures, the quotes, everything! I’m glad I have a new place to look for inspiration!

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