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sprout

(sprowt),
A structure resembling the sprout of a plant.

sprout

[ME. spruten]
The new, germinated growth from a root, seed, or tuber.

alfalfa sprout

The initial growth from the germinated seeds of the legume alfalfa, eaten as a source of vegetable protein.

sprout

(sprowt)
A structure resembling the sprout of a plant.
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Incorporating sprouted whole-wheat flour into tortillas can enhance their nutritional profile and allows for more diverse whole grain options for consumers.
If all else fails, whizz them up in the blender with banana, mixed berries, oranges and honey, to create a super sprout smoothie with a sweeter kick.
After T H Clements harvests and cleans its Brussels sprouts, mechanical graders remove sprouts that are smaller than 20 mm and larger than 40 mm as well as some foreign material and extraneous vegetative matter.
In order to investigate the impact of RCEO on sprouting, potatoes sprout lengths were statistically checked for each week under each treatment (Figure 2).
In connection with the completion of the sale, Valeant has been released from the ongoing obligations of the original transaction to split future profits related to the sale of ADDYI (flibanserin) with the former shareholders of Sprout, as well as certain related provisions, including the obligations to make certain marketing and other expenditures.
Costa imagined teaching about the war by having his students work in teams to build Rube Goldberg machines with Sprout. Events would be represented as objects, which would interact to unfold the next chain of events that impacted a country and ultimately the war.
5, Former PM Gordon Brown and TV's Esther Rantzen are sprout fans.
Residual rates of vitamin C content in the sprout samples stored at 20[degrees]C also showed similar trends as in those stored at 4[degrees]C that is, samples treated with higher amount of persimmon fruit powder during seed soaking contained higher amount of vitamin C on 1 and 3 d (Table 1).
Despite marketing claims that sprouted grains are a superior feed, University of Maryland extension specialist Susan Schoenian reports that, after many trials with many species in many countries, no consistent advantage has been proven.