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Home-grown “Fast Food for Busy Families”

on March 24, 2008

Talented Sara Ambarian is someone who can take something like home-grown sprouts and make mouth watering mahi mahi filets. In the article, Home-grown “Fast Food” for Busy Families, Sara shares how busy families can easily and conveniently add home grown sprouts to their food repertoire. Sara shares how the family can become interested in growing different varieties, and how these sprouts add flavor and texture to various salads, sandwiches, etc.

Sara embraces the philosophy of providing integrated lessons in gardening and cooking for children and teens, to help them become more environmentally aware, nutritionally informed and consumer savvy.

Sara mentions experiments you can easily set up at home, giving you the opportunity to determine if sprouting is something your family might enjoy. Sara also provides helpful tips about what to look for when buying sprouting seeds, and then walks you through the planting and nurturing process. A scrumptious recipe with an illustrative picture is included. If the picture doesn’t motivate you to try sprouting, I don’t know what will!!

To discover how sprouting can be easily used in Montessori practical life cooking and gardening lesson presentations, Montessori teachers will want to read this article as well.

To read this article, please visit
http://www.amonco.org . Look under Notable and Notable and click on the Home-grown “Fast Food for Busy Families” hyperlink. To learn more about Sara Ambarian please visit
http://home.netcom.com/~symbios/wedding.html

Enjoy! 🙂

Heidi


One response to “Home-grown “Fast Food for Busy Families”

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