Especially in winter, sprouts and microgreens are ideal for providing us with plenty of vitamins and minerals. While vegetables and salads come from greenhouses, require long transportation routes and are relatively expensive, sprouts and microgreens can be grown at home on the windowsill. Here they’re under our direct care and are not chemically treated or irradiated.
Sprouts and microgreens are:
👉 energy saving
Dr. Brian Clement, director of the Hippocrates Wellness Institute, recommends that salads can consist of up to two-thirds sprouts and microgreens. When you read the recipe below, you may think, “this salad is very sprout and microgreen-heavy.” But just try it. It’s an excellent source of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, secondary plant substances, chlorophyll and biophotons and is therefore extremely revitalizing.
SPROUTS AND MICROGREENS SALAD
for 2 servings
- 2 handfuls of spring greens
- 1 handful of sunflower greens
- 1 handful of pea greens
- 1 handful of radish greens
- 1 handful of broccoli sprouts
- 1 handful of red clover sprouts
- 1 avocado
- 1 orange cut into thin slices
- 50g shelled hemp seeds
- 1 tbsp almond butter
- Juice of 1/2 lemon
- 1 clove of garlic
- 100 ml water
- 1 pinch of salt
- Place all salad ingredients in a large bowl.
- For the dressing, mix all ingredients in a small blender until creamy.
- Pour dressing over salad and serve.
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