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  • Sarah Schumacher

    Spring is Sprouting! Take some dried beans from your pantry and turn them into tender sprouts for salads and wraps. Here's the "how-to". I think this would be fun to do with the kids!

  • Dawne Schumer

    Soooo many good ideas on this page: How to grow your own sprouts and how to make your own fabric softener among my favs....can't wait to try!!!

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