For years, most people ate sprouted foods for health benefits. The taste left something to be desired, at least for the average consumer. But things are changing quickly and sprouted foods are coming to a supermarket near you, if they're not already there, entering aisles they've never been in before.
Brands like Food for Life and Alvarado Street have been selling sprouted
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