I’ve lived in over a dozen places in London. And while I was lucky enough to have access to the occasional small patio or balcony, growing space was usually nonexistent.
Yet I never let this deter me from growing my own food. I realized that all I needed was a little kitchen space, a window, and a touch of patience.
If you live somewhere that’s short on space, or you haven’t the time or inclination to look after a larger garden, the three healthy options in this article will be perfect for you. You’ll have tasty, homegrown food throughout the year, with next to no cost or effort!
Growing Time: 3 Days
A sprout is essentially a young plant in its earliest stage of growth, which is triggered using only water. A seed germinates and puts out tiny roots and its first (cotyledon) leaves.
Some of the health benefits of sprouts include improvements to immunity, brain health and a reduction in the risk of various degenerative diseases. A recent study found that broccoli sprouts contain some of the highest levels of anti-carcinogens ever recorded in a foodstuff.
What you need: