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Master Gardening Pop Quiz

by | Wednesday, May 06, 2015 | 0 comment(s)

Now that you all have your gardens in for the season… can you identify the following plant starts?

I hope you did well; these seedlings can be pretty tough to identify when they are just a few days old.  If you were given the chance to taste these as part of the identification process you would be amazed at how much these small seedlings called microgreens reflect the flavor of their adult counterparts.

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Try Quick Greens in your Garden

by | Thursday, February 05, 2015 | 0 comment(s)

Now that the Super Bowl is over, Garden Planning Season (GPS) has officially begun. We at Living Whole Foods feel excitement in the air. Our phones and store have been flooded with discussion and ideas of what a 2015 garden will look and taste like. With all of this information flowing in from you our customers (the best of the best sprouters, gardeners, and farmers); we wanted to.....

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The Winter Season Plant Based Kitchen

by | Tuesday, November 04, 2014 | 0 comment(s)

Being successful at sticking to a new vegan or vegetarian diet is very easy if you have the right tools and get set up for success. In a perfect vegan kitchen you would have your own indoor sprouts, microgreens, herbs and grasses growing for fresh food year round, along with other fresh produce as available. On your patio just off the kitchen, or out in your garden you would have lettuces, veggies and fruits growing and if you are super good at growing your own food, you might even have a greenhouse for year round growing. This would be a lot to take on...

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Growing Hydroponically

by | Sunday, September 01, 2013 | 1 comment(s)

This month, we are introducing a new organic, hydroponic growing pad by Handy Pantry: Micro-Mats! For thirteen years now we have been selling kits to help folks grow their own living foods in their own homes: wheatgrass, barley grass, sprouts, herbs, sunflower greens, buckwheat lettuce, and most recently a huge line of microgreens through...

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