We made it easy. Together, we created a step-by-step system that allowed us to not only grow healthy thriving plants all throughout the year, but a balanced variety of them that we could incorporate into our meals. Our system yields 8 cups of sprouts & microgreens per week per person, from leafy greens, to beans, legumes, grains, nuts and seeds.
We want to share our love for indoor gardening with you and help you meet your goals! We’ve gathered the most valuable information about sprouts and microgreens nutrition and we share our step-by-step system for safely growing, harvesting, and eating them in our online workshop: Sprouts & Microgreens: Homegrown Living Foods.
Imagine a boundless variety of raw microgreens and sprouts overflowing in your homemade meals, in an abundance of tastes, textures and colors!
Imagine whipping up batches of sprouted hummus and sprouted bread for dinners with friends, or preparing a delicious bowl of sprouted buckwheat cereal with sprouted almond milk for your houseguests.
Imagine if your sprouting routine was just as easy, pleasurable, and second nature as taking a shower or taking your dog for a walk.
Module 1: Goal-Setting
Module 2: What are sprouts & microgreens?
Module 3: Benefits of growing sprouts & microgreens
Module 4: Safety precautions
Module 5: The 5 groups of sprouts & microgreens
There are all kinds of sprouts & microgreens, from leafy greens to beans, grains, seeds and nuts. We’ve classified them so you can easily navigate them for a balanced nutrition.
Module 6: Seed selection & storage
How can you safely and affordably choose seeds for sprouting or growing microgreens? And what conditions must they be stored in?
Module 7: Supplies list for sprouting
Module 8: Step-by-step sprouting instructions
Module 9: Exception sprouts
Module 10: Supplies list for microgreens
This module covers all the supplies you will need to grow microgreens. We look at options for recycling containers and help you navigate soil types and fertilizers.
Module 11:Step-by-step microgreens instructions
Module 12: Harvesting & storing microgreens
Module 13: Troubleshooting sprouts & microgreens
Moldy sprouts? Fruit fly problem? Yellow leaves? Wilting greens? We review common problems and troubleshooting methods for a successful indoor garden.
Module 14: Weekly sprouting schedule
Module 15: Living Foods Recipes
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“I enjoyed the sprouting course and I would whole-heartedly recommend it. Cristina and Christelle did a great job educating us about different sprouting techniques while also sharing their own tips. They certainly have a strong understanding of these topics and I felt like I learned a lot without feeling that I am studying—the atmosphere was very friendly and fun. I also felt that the course was planned out well and they shared the materials of the course that we can use later if we forget something. Overall, I loved the course!”
“I took the Sprouts & Microgreens workshop out of curiosity – I had heard about the amazing benefits of eating sprouted grains/seeds but knew very little beyond that and so I was very excited when I heard about this workshop that not only teaches us about why sprouts/microgreens are so great but actually teaches us how to grow them! I also lack a green thumb and was worried that growing them myself would be too difficult or time-consuming, but Cristina and Christelle took us step-by-step through their tried-and-tested methods which was so much more doable than I expected! You can really tell they live what they teach – they showed us multiple ways to grow them depending on how much we wanted to invest and taught us lots of great hacks they have discovered in growing their own. These gals have really mastered bringing permaculture to the average person – they’ve made it accessible and easy for newcomers like me! I love growing sprouts and microgreens and adding them into my daily meals. I would absolutely recommend this workshop (and Permacrafters more generally!) to anyone looking to learn more about ways to live more sustainably and eat healthier!”