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.
Photography by Rocky Luten
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