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will raw storeboufght sunflower seeds sprout?
Posted by: Dulset ()
Date: May 03, 2007 02:36PM

People often post about sprouting sunflower seeds etc. Can I just use the raw sunflower, pumpkin seeds I buy from Whole Foods that come in the plastic bags? Rarely do these seeds taste very fresh anyway and with pasteurization methods nowadays I feel they won't sprout. Am I wrong about that? Do I have to order special seeds?

Re: will raw storeboufght sunflower seeds sprout?
Posted by: earthangel ()
Date: May 03, 2007 06:01PM

hmm i get the sunflower seeds to sprout...i buy them from henry's...so you should be able to...but i have only got them like 4 times ahah.....so good luck..try and see...you don't know till ya try you know?
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Re: will raw storeboufght sunflower seeds sprout?
Posted by: davidzanemason ()
Date: May 10, 2007 10:19PM

Sure. They should sprout just fine. Try a handfull and see!

-David Z. Mason

WWW.RawFoodFarm.com

Re: will raw storeboufght sunflower seeds sprout?
Posted by: suncloud ()
Date: June 15, 2007 12:38AM

I don't know which kind you get in the plastic bags, but the ones in the Woodstock Farms plastic bags don't sprout too well because there's a lot of broken pieces.

The ones from the bulk bins at the health food stores usually have less broken pieces and sprout very well.

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