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How could I grow my own food? I possess no land nor the skills for farming.  And yet, I care enough about my environmen...

How could I grow my own food? I possess no land nor the skills for farming. 

And yet, I care enough about my environment and what I consume that I set out to try different solutions. I decided to start small, literally, and found that with:

  • Seeds
  • container
  • water
  • Patience  

I am able to make a big impact on my health by Growing my own Microgreens garden 💚

Please message me if you want to find out more about the simplest microgreens kit available. It’s $20 and includes 2-packets of the most nutrient dense food that you can grow on your OWN!

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  •   MJ Kim commented on this post about 1 year ago
    1,001 ways to enjoy your microgreens

    - Smashed 🥑
    - Grain bowls
    - baked potatoes, grilled or fry up rösti
    - Salads, sandwich, anyone?
    - Coddled eggs or poached eggs
    - Boiled eggs, fried eggs, any way you like your eggs 🍳 🥚… quail eggs or emu eggs 🐣
    - Green smoothies
    - Crisps with or without soft or hard cheese
    - Caviar because you’re a rockstar 🤩

    Please share your Microgreens experience with me - I’d love to learn from you❣️
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  •   Elika Tasker commented on this post about 1 year ago
    How to grow your own microgreens using a container and WATER - yes no need for dirt or soil - the seed itself is nutrient-dense, and super packed with their own components of vitamins and antioxidants… where did you think the mature and larger versions came from???

    Days 1 to 5 (depending on seed and seed quality)

    Step 1 - Using the pot, soak your microgreens for 8 hours or overnight.

    Step 2 - Drain the water out using the perforated lid (which also serves as a sieve). Now your seeds are transferred to the lid or pot cover.

    Step 3 - Fill the pot or container with water at a level that is just barely touching the surface of the lid. You know you have added too much water when the seeds on the lid surface are floating in water. Avoid this as this would stunt the growth of your seeds.

    Step 4 - Let your microgreens grow! Change the water everyday to prevent growth of insects or odour. Keep it in clean, bright area - no need for direct sunlight!

    Step 5 - You will start seeing roots growing under the lid, now you can reduce the amount of water each time you refill. Keep the water level at the root tip - the root will form new cells and length, and continue to reach down for water. Nature knows how to work this out!

    Days 5… onwards.

    Step 6 - When your microgreens is around 5 cm, you may start using them. If you need them longer, wait for more days to pass. It’s that simple. Just keep replacing the pot with clean water.

    HOW TO CUT, CLEAN, CONSUME microgreens.

    1- Cut from the lid surface, not under, do not consume the roots. Because there is no soil, it’s mega easier to cut without getting dirt all around you !
    2- Soak the cut microgreens in water. Some seeds may still have the seed cover - REMOVE them, do not eat. Before serving, you may also blanch (do not soak) them in hot water but they could lose their crunch.
    3- After draining the water, enjoy your microgreens - add them in soups, grain bowls, sandwiches, smoothies, cheese and crackers, caviar and crackers, porridge, salads… get creative, you make the rules!
    4- Cleaning the pot - you cannot re-use or re-grow the seeds, you’ve already cut and maybe even consumed them. But you can re-use the pot! Scrape off the remaining seeds, slime and roots until the pot is clean of any microgreen components or sediment… then, start another batch!
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  •   Growing WITH microgreens reacted to this post about 1 year ago
    my first batch was waaay easier than my mind had told me. This weekend I get to grow my 2nd batch. It only tool 3 days and so easy.. So happy with this!
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    How could I grow my own food? I possess no land nor the skills for farming. 

    And yet, I care enough about my environment and what I consume that I set out to try different solutions. I decided to start small, literally, and found that with:

    • Seeds
    • container
    • water
    • Patience  

    I am able to...

    How could I grow my own food? I possess no land nor the skills for farming. 

    And yet, I care enough about my environment and what I consume that I set out to try different solutions. I decided to start small, literally, and found that with:

    • Seeds
    • container
    • water
    • Patience  

    I am able to make a big impact on my health by Growing my own Microgreens garden 💚

    Please message me if you want to find out more about the simplest microgreens kit available. It’s $20 and includes 2-packets of the most nutrient dense food that you can grow on your OWN!

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