Growing Your Own Sprouts

Frugal sprouting bin from free clear plastic food container, file clips, and gauze or netting. Start with a clean clear plastic container and a piece of gauze or netting to fit snuggly over the top of the container.


Clip the netting over the top using enough clips so your sprouts don't slip out while rinsing. In the photo I used 8 clips. This allows that your container either be hung by one of the clips on a hook,possibly in the window on a suction cup with a hook or elsewhere that it will get plenty of light or set in a sunny place.

The key is plenty of light and lots of air. The netting or gauze will allow plenty of air into your grow jar. You may want to turn it every so often to rotate the ones on top. Remember to rinse them and drain well 2-3 or more times a day so bacteria can't grow.

Source: Internet research

By Melody_yesterday from Otterville, MO


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