Three Tier Seed Sprouter
Make your own gourmet sprouts. Healthy, fresh, easy and quick!
This compact kitchen countertop device lets you make one, two or three trays of gourmet sprouts. Sprout three different kinds of grains or salad sprouts all at the same time! Each tray takes one tablespoon of small seeds (broccoli, alfalfa, mustard, or radish) or three tablespoons of larger seeds (mung bean).
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Three Tier Seed Sprouter is rated out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Becky GN from great sprouter, but directions not the best Surprised at neg comments. First, don't use more than 1 level tablespoon of seeds in each tray, for broccoli or similar small seeds. Try 1/2 your first time perhaps. Scatter them around evenly as possible. Use filtered water if possible. Pour enough water in top tray, pouring on top of the red drain, so it keeps it free of seeds, pour ALL THE WAY TO 1/8 IN FROM TOP. It needs the volume to drain properly due to gravity. (no matter how many trays have seeds ) You can put the unit on top of a pan or plastic cake platter to pick up the bottom tray and not spill it everywhere, pour into bucket to use on plants. We water TWICE the first 2 days. Water EVERY DAY after that. Broccoli tend to be stronger smelling than alfalfa for instance, a cancer-fighting agent according to some research. Set the unit's trays on paper towel when emptying water. Sometimes there is an air-lock or seed in the drain, use a toothpick. After they sprout, not a problem for us. If a tray isn't draining, use a toothpick from underneath. Don't put in dark, needs air, no direct light. I rotate trays after they sprout, 3rd-4th day b/c top gets more light in kitchen. Ready in 5 days. I don't think city-water with chlorine is good, use bottled water if you can. On first day, I sometimes use a soft paintbrush and spread out wet seeds into grooves if they get too mounded, after sprouting, not a problem. We use a biodegradable soap to wash without fragrance, Seventh Generation is good, don't reuse water on seeds, bacteria needs to be flushed-out.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by karribear from definately not worth the expense the red clips do not fit properly. And does not drain as it should. Highly disappointed.
Date published: 2016-09-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by Catt from Moldy sprouts Followed all directions and got moldy sprouts due to lack of air circulation with this unit. Will contact customer service and probably return!
Date published: 2016-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by APaul from Great Purchase - Easy to Use I was a little hesitant to purchase this for $30+, but it is really easy to use, easy to clean up. The sprouts take no time at all to grow. It just sits on my kitchen counter. Plus, since you only use a couple tablespoons for each batch, 1 packet of seeds will last quite a while. I have trouble finding sprouts at the grocery store, even the fancier stores, so If you enjoy sprouts, make them at home for a fraction of the cost. I recommend this product.
Date published: 2014-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Harold from Great Seed Sprouter I thought that this was a bit spendy just to raise some salad sprouts but it certainly is well worth its money. It will last forever and the 10 batches of sprouts that I have already enjoyed were simply the best. So easy to do and so easy to clean. When I don't need to grow sprouts I take this to my center for people with disabilities and we have had a blast watching sprouts grow and learning about healthy eating. I will be buying another one for them to use themselves. My positives on this are: it is very simple to do, the sprouts taste great, it is a great conversation piece when I have it out on the counter growing sprouts, and the quantity of 1 batch is excellent. We have developed a picture "recipe" for some of my gang at our program to follow if they can't read. This was a great purchase for me and the people I am sharing it with.
Date published: 2012-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Seed Sprouter I Don't know about you, but I love this!, It beats the old Mason Jars with screen on the top. The plus about this, you have Three seperate seed sections. LOVE IT
Date published: 2010-11-19