Fill Your Salad Bowl with Food
You Grow Yourself

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In this mini workshop you will learn how to fill a salad bowl every day with food you grow yourself.

  • Even if you don't have any land.
  • Even if there is 3 feet of snow covering your garden
  • Even if you've killed house plants in the past.
  • Even if you think you have a black thumb.

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3 different salad greens growing methods that you can implement right away

The exact method we use to keep our salad bowl full, so we never run out, even if we have unexpected company

Where to cut costs and still be successful growing salad greens at home

Ideal equipment to use if you want to grow greens faster and easier

The unique pitfalls to avoid with indoor and container growing 

How to save a crop that goes wrong

Where to find organic seed at a reasonable price

How to store your seed so it stays viable for years, so you can save money now on bulk seed purchases.

The health benefits of sprouts, microgreens, and healthy greens and how to optimize these benefits

17 Ideas for using home grown salad greens in the kitchen, so they never get mundane

Frequently asked questions:
  • Is this a recorded workshop?
    This is the recording of a live workshop. Two different Q and A sessions are included in your ticket.
  • How long do we have access to the recordings?
    You'll have access to the recordings as long as they exist at the link provided to you, in the email following the live workshops. Your access will not expire.
  • Will the workshop be offered again live?
    There are no plans to offer this workshop again as a live event. The edited recorded workshop will be available at a later date, at a higher price.
  • Total payment
  • 1xFill Your Salad Bowl Gardening Mini Workshop$37

All prices in USD

Included in your ticket are these bonuses 

1) "10 Healthy Handcrafted Salad Dressing Recipes to Make at Home" so your salad never gets boring!- ebook

2) "Fill Your Salad Bowl log book" to keep track of your harvests (digital - printable)

We think this workshop is awesome but don't take our word for it.  Here's what our attendees are saying...

This is the real “thing” and I am delighted. A sprouter for a long time, the facts are great ammunition for doubters! I too want to come up the curve and learn more. 

Kristina B

Your webinar gives information that everyone needs to learn at a price anyone can afford.

As our food supply goes down this year… and it is already happening… everyone can eat nutritious green veggies if we use your simple methods. The small tips you gave have already changed my approach to growing baby greens. I live in a very hot climate, and lettuce disappears in May. Your plan for growing a combination of sprouting, micro-greens, and baby greens is fabulous.

Everyone has to eat… and this is a good way to make a diet healthy! Thank you again for putting the time and effort into sharing this wonderful course!

Rebekah in South Carolina.

This has been very helpful. I have started to learn microgreens and had some success and some failure. Lots of answers and the timing is great to keep the supply coming.

Nancy S

Thank you for a great presentation. Really enjoyed learning from you and now I'm equipped to grow more nourishing sprouts and greens

Josephine D

You are so are awesome! Thank you so much, you have made a big difference in my well being...maybe you could put this together and make a book. God Bless you all, Thanks again.

Cynthia H