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Subject: Re: Winter Nutrition
Author: Bill Duesing <firstname.lastname@example.org> at Internet_gateway
Date: 2/9/96 5:15 AM
Living on the Earth, February 9, 1996, Winter Nutrition
Sometimes a small effort on our part can produce enormous benefits both
personally and globally. For example, growing sprouts in our kitchens through
the winter is an easy way to make a big difference.
Sprouting seeds in jars or trays is a traditional way of producing delicious
nutritious, fresh organic vegetables in less than a week. And, eating homemade
sprouts instead of west-coast lettuce is a wonderful way to "just say no" to
some of the most damaging aspects of our food system.