Top 10 Sprouting Seeds

There are many sprouting seeds to grow and eat, but here are our top choices. Sow a new batch each week and you can be munching on them all year round.

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Mustard and Cress (<em>Brassica hirta</em> and <em>Lepidium sativum</em>)

Try these spicy, peppery sprouts if you are looking for a flavor with a bit of zing. You could sow them on the top of moist cotton stuffed inside an empty eggshell. Draw a face onto the shell. As the seeds grow, they'll look like a wacky hair style. Harvest in 7 days.

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