Sprouting: The Art of Gardening in a Jar

posted Monday, October 17, 2011        

Wednesday, October 19, 2011
6:00 pm
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
6:00 pm
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
6:00 pm

Sprouting: The Art of Gardening in a Jar

We are all trying to eat healthier, right? Growing organic sprouts in our own kitchen is an easy, cheap way to improve nutrition. You can quickly grow organic food in your own home by sprouting seeds, beans, grains, or nuts.

Easy to learn—In one hour, you will be ready to sprout
Economical—Two spoons of seeds grow a quart of sprouts. Low-cost way to improve your diet
Fast—Sprouts are ready to eat in 3-5 days
Uses little water and space
Nutritious: vitamins, protein, minerals, builds good health
Great family activity–Children love to sprout
Pets can benefit from eating sprouts

AND IT’S FUN!!

Handouts and materials provided. You go home with all you need to begin sprouting. (please bring 2 glass jars)

Techniques demonstrated. All questions answered.
$10 per person, Discounts for families and groups of any size.

Sprouting Class Coupon – December Only – Because we are in the season of gratitude, I’m offering this coupon for the Wednesday 14 December class so you can enjoy an oasis of calm learning during the busy holiday season. This is a half-price offer to learn The Art of Gardening in a Jar. Bring one or more friends or family members and you each pay half price – $5. Includes demonstrations, handouts, materials & supplies.

Contact: Wanda Poindexter SproutSolutions(at)yahoo.com

Fall classes at The Tasteful Kitchen, 722 N. Stone Ave. (parking behind the restaurant, enter from the front on Stone)

Wednesdays, 19 October, 16 November, 14 December, at 6 p.m. (please arrive by 5:45)

(other times and locations can be arranged)


One comment about “Sprouting: The Art of Gardening in a Jar” ...
 

Is this class ever taught in Phoenix?


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