Giveaway: Todd’s Seeds

I’m experiencing some major technical issues with my blog right now – on my computer, mine looks like the first primitive website ever created (or the website I built once for a homework assignment…), and also issues with viewing other people’s (WordPress) blogs which is why I haven’t been making the rounds lately. So far WordPress Support has not been able to help. I’m using my iPad to type this… Keeping my freak-out level as low as I can, but to say I’m feeling frustrated is an understatment, especially in light of the upcoming Virtual Vegan Potluck. Luckily, the VVP site seems to be okay.

And happily, I had the bulk of this post already written…so without further ado, let’s get to some sprouts and a giveaway! I’m really pleased to welcome Todd’s Seeds as a sponsor of the Virtual Vegan Potluck – – and excited to be able to share some beautiful sprouting seeds with one lucky winner. Head over to the VVP blog to enter for your chance to win. In the meantime, enjoy the sprout eye candy:

Mature Mung Beans An Unrefined Vegan

Broccoli Sprouts An Unrefined Vegan

UPDATE:  Todd just emailed me and asked me to offer to everyone a 20% discount on items purchased from the Sprouting Seeds and Sprouting Supplies categories at Todd’s Seeds.  Just plug in offer vegan at checkout. One discount per person, good through the end of the year.  Thanks, Todd!

Broccoli Sprouts:

Mung Beans

Two Jars, Broccoli Sprouts

Mung Bean Sprouts:

Mung Beans Collage

Just for fun, here’s some wheatgrass – from start to maturity – also from Todd’s Seeds.

Wheatgrass An Unrefined Vegan

And now it’s time to win some seeds!

Enter here!

54 thoughts on “Giveaway: Todd’s Seeds

  1. Cadry's Kitchen (@Cadryskitchen)

    Sorry to hear about your blog issues! That’s always so stressful, and the timing is never good! At times like those, I always wish technology was like a person I could just talk to and reason with instead of having to figure out its language and the underlying problem.

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  2. mlink

    I absolutely love sprouting my own seeds and legumes! They are all so crisp and refreshing, not to mention super nutritious! Hope you get things fixed!

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  3. Angela @ Canned Time

    Yum to Todd’s Seeds 😛 Boo to blogger tech issues…. take a deep breath and hope things are cleared up soon. Munching on some of these beautiful sprouts should make you smile at least! Good luck Annie 🙂

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  4. Maria Daughtry

    I’ve been wanting to find a site that sells seeds for this purpose and I’m so glad I found this! Sprouts in the store are overpriced and it’s just so easy and fun to make at home. Excited about this!

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  5. P J

    Had planned to research how to sprout in a jar. You have saved me a lot of time.
    This is just what I was lookng for…..Seeds from you would be most helpful.
    Thanks!

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  6. narf77

    T swore black and blue I was going to dump Worpress and go to greener pastures… I even had a Blogger blog sorted out BUT then I realised that Blogger was actually worse and that you lose SO MANY WordPress comments because of their stupid cachpha system so I stayed with WordPress (grumbling all the way but whachagonnadoeh? sigh…)

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      1. narf77

        Excellent! By the way Annie…I know you are REALLY busy but did I manage to actually sign up for Vegan Potluck this year? I filled in a form but am not sure if I am registered?

      2. narf77

        WOOT! I have already done my post…champing at the bit to post it now :). I am SO excited! Like a child going to kindergarten for the very first time 🙂

      3. narf77

        Nah…I am just type A Annie ;). I also have a fully qualified accountant son who had to have gotten it from somewhere (read list maker extraordinaire! 😉 ). Couldn’t be having anything less than my best work for something as important as this event. I am SO excited to be included in the same breath as some of my vegan food heroes and you and Somer are right up there at the top :).

  7. Treesa

    I take a Tbl of ground broccoli seed (and milk thistle) a day, per my doctor. I too have a wheatgrass and sunflower sprout (homegrown) shot, plus eat 1/4c sprouts daily. Food as medicine is making all the difference for me, but is hard to maintain while unemployed (due to illness). I was so excited to see this seed giveaway for that reason. Winning a bag of sprouting seed would help me restock my Farmacy! <3

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    1. An Unrefined Vegan

      That’s impressive, Treesa! I’ve never heard of grinding the seeds! I wish you the best with your health. It sounds as if you are taking care of yourself and I totally agree with you that food is the key. Best of luck winning the giveaway!

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  8. Richa

    i hope the tech issues are on their way to resolving themselves. 🙂
    i’ve never sprouted broccoli.. everything else, yes.. loads of beans, lentils, peas!

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