Therefore (and until someone probes me otherwise) I am the developer of the adaptation and the rights of this idea are for public use and development as far as the name "Paper-Green" and my authorship are respected.
I have done several experiments with different seeds and all of them have fully grown, but as paper has different chemicals or whitening purposes I do not advise plant for human consumption until otherwise proven.
Please do your own experiments and share!
Pablo J. Chalita
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Step 1: The Basics
I use a paper crusher but sometimes I cut it by hand, it's important so the future process is easier.
After the paper is cut I put it in a pot with water and let it rest for a while (this can go from minutes to days), then place it in the blender and strain the remaining water in the pot for re-use.
Note: this process is exactly the same as you do for other types of paper recycling.