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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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truRoots Accents : Masterful mix of sprouted grains, purposefully combined to create pleasing colors and tastes.
It also called on the FSA to reconsider its advice for all sprouts to be cooked, given that "many sprouted seeds are eaten raw and would not be cooked.
2%) had already been sprouted by the time of the embargo.
The following seeds can be sprouted until green leaves appear, usually in four-to-five days: alfalfa, radish, clover and cabbage.
The enterprise began in 1985 when a cook working at an alternative cancer health centre in Bristol began growing sprouted seeds and pulses to supply patients.
A spokesperson for the FSA said: 'It is likely that people could have contaminated sprouted seeds at home because they have a shelf-life as long as July 28.
The same species sprouted and bloomed that had come up in 1980, and the researchers also demonstrated that the 2000 crop set viable seeds.
To monitor trends and detect producers with above-average contamination rates, incorporating the investigation of sprouted seed products in the routine program of food law enforcement in the Netherlands might be considered.
And large sprouted beans must be cooked before eating to destroy their toxicity.
Newport infections occurred in Denmark and several states in the United States during the time that these seeds were likely to have been sprouted and eaten (11).
Indeed, researchers have traced a protracted North American Salmonella enterica outbreak 3 years ago to alfalfa sprouted from seed contaminated with the bacterium.
Nature Sprouts, a groundbreaker in super foods, unveils its new line of sprouted legumes on its website