Grow Your Own
The Tools You Need to Produce the Freshest, Most Nourishing, Organic Sprouts and/or Wheat Grass in Your Very Own Home
Sprouts can be ready to eat in as little as three to five days from the time that they are started. Intensive gardening skills are not required. Neither are heavy expenditures. Growing sprouts and growing wheatgrass can be done inexpensively using uncomplicated tools and very little space. Consider the Handy Pantry Sprouting Jar. Even the Biosta Three Tier Sprouter will occupy only a few square inches of your kitchen counter.
And why sprout? "Sprouts are rich in digestible energy, bioavailable vitamins, minerals, amino acids, proteins, beneficial enzymes and phytochemicals, as these are necessary for a germinating plant to grow. These nutrients are essential for human health."