One of the main complaints raised against healthy eating is how expensive it can be. This is especially valid if you’re buying organic or at local farmers’ markets. A bunch of spinach or kale for $6 that will last maybe one week for one person is a $32 a month habit. Rather than pay $4 at the grocery store or $6 at the farmer’s market, I decided to grow my own baby greens and microgreens since I go through them like crazy. You too can grow your own greens and spend less than $20 and as little as 25 cents for basically endless and nutritious food. All you need is a windowsill, particularly for microgreens.
It’s cheaper. For those who enjoy eating well but don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for it, growing food that takes little care and requires minimal investment is a good return on your efforts and money. If you buy the so….