Sprouting in the home – growing your own Kitchen Garden

Here’s an event for urbanites out there wanting to show a little bit of green thumb, and grow a little bit of edible greenery… without having to work too hard for it.

Joseph Feigelson is the creator of Kitchen Garden Sprouts, a fantastic enterprise that won Eat In Magazine‘s Innovation Award last year (2008), wowing the judging panel with his variety of sprout types and his “sense of innovation – coming up with such a seemingly simple solution for an economic and nutritional problem”.

Joseph’s solution was to create a sprout-growing system that even the least green-thumbed individual can maintain… and this coming Tuesday, he’ll be telling us all about it.

Sprouts are the ultimate self-sufficient garden for anyone desiring a reliable supply of pesticide-free, high-fibre, vitamin, mineral and enzyme-rich energising fresh food.

Joseph Feigelson will share his knowledge about sprouting and how it brings the power of Mother Nature straight to the kitchen. No soil, no chemicals and no green thumbs required, only minutes per day.

Joseph has studied agronomy and horticulture, has been involved in reforestation of indigenous species in Hawaii and worked as a Botanical Research Consultant on Maui. He has extensive knowledge of the nutritional value of sprouts and is dedicated to informing people about the benefits of this low cost, high quality food production technique.

Very cool indeed… Catch Joseph and his technicolour sprout kit at Josephine Mill next Tuesday (11 August ’09) from 7.30pm.

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