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>Date: 09 Feb 96 05:15:28 EST
>From: Bill Duesing <email@example.com>
>To: Almanac Information Server <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Winter Nutrition
>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.
Do you check that none of your sprout seeds are produced in ways that damage
the enviroment? Seeds are produced on farms, just like vegetables are.