We are growing with Soepa (<- it means fresh!)

August 3rd:  Sprouting 101 and Live Tasting

Live On Location workshop

Join me at @soepafresh
1540 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M6R 1A6
FEE:  $10
Date:  August 3rd — 6-7pm
for our sprouting 101 how to and tasting workshop
RSVP email me here or text  416-347-5459



Our Sprouting Jar Kits will be available for $15 that evening  

 - get it here

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Did you know:

sprout facts
•energy contained in the seed, grain, nut, or legume is ignited through soaking and sprouting
•broccoli sprout has all the nutrients the grown broccoli will have…

— eat organic sprouts and you will
•increase your micronutrient intake
•increase your nutrient absorption
•increase fibre intake (that’s good!)
•increase your protein intake

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Stock Up on Health in your Pantry:


Our Sprouting Jar Kit - get it here

Our Sprouting Screens for your Pickle Jars - get them here

Our Sprouting Organic Seeds Zesty Salad Mix - get it here


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Research Corner –

Raw versus Cooked Vegetables & Cancer Risk

Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention Journal


Twenty-eight studies examined the relationship between raw and cooked vegetables and risk for various cancers. Twenty-one studies assessed raw, but not cooked, vegetables and cancer risk. 

Most showed that vegetables, raw or cooked, were inversely related to these cancers. However, more consistent results were found for oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, esophageal, and gastric cancers. 

Nine of the 11 studies of raw and cooked vegetables showed statistically significant inverse relationships of these cancers with raw vegetables, but only 4 with cooked vegetables.


Did you know?

Radish sprouts have 40x more pro-vitamin A than the mature organic radish vegetable. 391 IU vs 8IU

• Vitamin C in green pea sprouts is 5x that of unsprouted peas. 

• ½ cup of sprouted peas has 10.8gm of protein.

 • Alfalfa sprouts  are 4% protein. 


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