Growing your own sprouts at home with SproutyPod can save 104 pieces of single-use plastic from entering the ocean each year. Growing sprouts at home isn\u2019t a new phenomenon, but it is definitely one that could be improved. Transforming the traditional mason jar (a fan favourite amongst DIY sprout growers) SproutyPod simplifies the process with an easy-to-use all-in-one device. \u201cThe biggest problem is the shape of a mason jar,\u201d explains the team behind SproutyPod. \u201cIt\u2019s small surface area does not provide enough growth area for the sprouts, and doesn\u2019t allow for proper air flow, which causes sprouts to sit in water and go bad.\u201d https:\/\/youtu.be\/RFypLzq9Ayc \u201cWe had an idea to create a product specifically crafted to bring sprouted foods to the masses with an easy-to-use, fun, and beautifully designed system.\u201d The at-home gadget features a pod-like shape into which users put seeds and water before using a companion app to guide them on how to properly grow their sprouts. Throughout the process users can roll SproutyPod 360 degrees while making the most of its angled edges. This increases airflow and prevents seeds from sticking together and holding onto moisture. It also helps to rinse the sprouts before serving. Want to discover more food design innovations? Check out SquarEat\u2019s food cube concept is innovative (and dystopian). The materials serve a triple purpose as all of them are dishwasher safe and also recyclable - \u00a9 SproutyPod, Inc. A variety of food-safe materials\u2014soda-lime glass, stainless steel, platinum cured silicone, bamboo and ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene BPA free)\u2014are used in the construction of the greenhouse, the reservoir and a handy pair of tweezers for serving the sprouts. The canopy, which is used to block out light during the germination process, is made from RPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate). There\u2019s also a platinum cured silicone bag for storing sprouts.\u00a0 The materials serve a triple purpose as all of them are dishwasher safe and also recyclable. According to the team behind SproutyPod, using the device to grow sprouts at home could prevent 104 pieces of single-use plastics from being thrown into landfills each year. It\u2019s currently garnering support on Kickstarter where it has already quadrupled its funding goal (ATTOW).\u00a0\u00a0 Growing your own sprouts at home with SproutyPod can save 104 pieces of single-use plastic from entering the ocean each year - \u00a9 SproutyPod, Inc. The SproutyPod is described as the \u201cnext-gen micro-farm for your home\u201d, which feels like an overstatement because of its lack of futuristic features. What it lacks in tech it certainly makes up for in ease-of-use, which we feel is the whole point here. SproutyPod responds to a recent trend in at-home gardening and indoor hydroponics with a simple design to make those two concepts feel a lot less intimidating. Can a mushroom-growing terrarium connect us back to nature? Discover another at-home gardening product design. The at-home gadget features a pod-like shape into which users put seeds and water before using a companion app to guide them on how to properly grow their sprouts - \u00a9 SproutyPod, Inc. SproutyPod is described as the \u201cnext-gen micro-farm for your home\u201d - \u00a9 SproutyPod, Inc.