Sprout Master: Double Sprouter
Here's the efficient way to have a steady supply of vitamin rich sprouts! Stacking trays can be stored right next to the sink, or in the refrigerator when ready. Each tray includes a drainage tray underneath and a lid on top, keeping your sprout-growing compact and out of sight. Each tray includes a divider so you can grow up to 4 different types of sprouts at the same time. A wonderful way to keep nutrtion-dense fresh greens in your daily diet.
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Life-giving sprouts contain live enzymes necessary for the digestive process. Sprouts are one of the highest sources of fiber, and contain the highest and purest forms of vitamins, proteins, trace minerals and nutrients necessary for a long healthy life. Best of all, they are great on sandwiches, in salads, and anywhere you'd use lettuce. Give your kids sprouts and they won't need vitamins!
Sprouts--How to Grow
Soak your sprouting seeds in a glass or jar of water for about 8 hours, or overnight. The soaking liquid is nutrient-rich and can be added to soup or used to water plants.
If using sprouting trays: after soaking, pour out the swelled seeds into the plastic sprouting tray. Stack trays and place drip tray under the bottom sprouter to catch drips. Cover sprouter with lid and place on kitchen counter out of direct sunlight. Rinse seeds by putting under a faucet of gently running water 2 or 3 times per day. Drain and replace lid and drip tray. It will take 3-7 days for sprouts to mature, depending on the seed variety and temperature. As seeds sprout, taste test to determine the stage that you like them. You may use them while in the growth stages or grow to maturity and store in the refrigerator in a plastic bag or in the sprouter trays. To store sprouts in the sprouter trays, rinse and drain dry. Then set them on the drip tray in the refrigerator with the lid on top. Generally, sprouts can be stored in a refrigerator for 1-2 weeks with frequent water rinses.
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