My how you’ve grown.
Put away your trowels and gloves—this little kit turns out sprouts aplenty right on your countertop. A special ventilation system creates a just-right climate for these tasty seedlings and a built-in pour spout makes rinsing a cinch. Small enough to hold in one hand, it’s kinda extraordinary how much it can produce, plus that glass top gives it a terrarium vibe that’s easy on the eye (unlike most growers). And if you’re short on recipe ideas, we’ve got just the avocado toast to get you going.
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