627 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. Mt. Pleasant.
With 143 million pounds of beef recalled last month, who wants to risk it with a bloody burger? Besides, you’re trying to trim that beltline for beach season. If you ask the folks at The Sprout, they’ll tell you that food loses its nutritional value after you heat it past 115 degrees Fahrenheit. That doesn’t allow for much more than dehydration, but you’d be surprised what they can do with some low heat, dry air, and plenty of time. The Sprout’s burgers, taco salads, and desserts may be different than what you’ve been eating, but once you get past the novelty, you’ll find yourself energized and feeling full but not sedated. It’s the reality of raw food, and it’s catching on. No, it won’t satisfy your urge for flesh between your teeth, but try it and you may just find yourself tossing out the microwave.