But in spite of all this, the soldiers of Denisov's squadron fed chiefly on "Mashka's sweet root," because it was the second week that the last of the biscuits were being doled out at the rate of half a pound a man and the last potatoes received had sprouted
They found the ashes scattered by the wind, but the peas and lentils had sprouted
, and grown sufficiently above the ground, to guide them in the moonlight along the path.
Anne's eyes shone all that day; literary ambitions sprouted
and budded in her brain; their exhilaration accompanied her to Jennie Cooper's walking party, and not even the sight of Gilbert and Christine, walking just ahead of her and Roy, could quite subdue the sparkle of her starry hopes.
The close green walls of privet, that had bordered the principal walk, were two-thirds withered away, and the rest grown beyond all reasonable bounds; the old boxwood swan, that sat beside the scraper, had lost its neck and half its body: the castellated towers of laurel in the middle of the garden, the gigantic warrior that stood on one side of the gateway, and the lion that guarded the other, were sprouted
into such fantastic shapes as resembled nothing either in heaven or earth, or in the waters under the earth; but, to my young imagination, they presented all of them a goblinish appearance, that harmonised well with the ghostly legions and dark traditions our old nurse had told us respecting the haunted hall and its departed occupants.
Thin spears of grass sprouted
from the distended mouth, and fringed the outline of the head and arms.
Before us was a great excavation, not very recent, for the sides had fallen in and grass had sprouted
on the bottom.
A review published by Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition agrees, pointing out that studies have failed to find a substantive nutrient gain when feeding birds sprouted
rather than ungerminated grains.
Chefs and bakers are increasingly using sprouted
grains in recipes, and food manufacturers are using sprouted
grains in cereal, bread, snack chips, pasta, and other packaged foods.
Seeds were sprouted
for 24 48 72 96 and 120 h under dark at 25 C 2.
The European Sprouted
Seeds Association has welcomed the new set of rules, describing them as "feasible".
seed suppliers are looking to set up a new industry body and introduce a quality label in a bid to restore confidence after their products were implicated in E.
On coastal foothill woodlands, Longhurst (1956) found that evergreen oaks sprouted
better than deciduous oaks, and that there was a tendency for sprouting to decline with age for deciduous species.