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Old 09-13-2006, 09:22 AM   #21
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We have them in our specialty groceries and they cost you your first born child but after all the recommendations I'm going to buy just one, serve it in a salad, and then look for seeds online. I can remember when bean sprouts were considered "exotic" and you could only get them from a tasteless, sodium bomb of a can. Glad to hear that they are delicous!!

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Old 09-13-2006, 10:55 AM   #22
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For those of you interested in heirloom vegetables (& flowers, etc., etc.), here's the website for Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. They're a TERRIFIC company to do business with - orders arrive promptly, any errors are corrected promptly as well, & they always send a couple of interesting "bonus" seed packs to try. Their print catalog is lovely - lots of photographs & info on all the exotic produce!! I can definitely recommend them.


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