6 new sprouted foods take root

Sprouted ingredients, one of the oldest “health food” trends, are experiencing new life in the natural foods world. Sprouted foods—nuts, seeds, grains, and/or beans that are soaked and allowed to germinate (sprout), thus freeing the nutrients that are otherwise difficult for the body to digest and assimilate—are not quite seed, not quite plant, but they add legit health benefits to items like flours, chips, and snacks. Here are 6 back-to-the-roots foods seen at Natu

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