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Sproutease Sprouter Jar Tops (1xset/3pc)

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  • Item Weight: 0.8 ounces
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  • ASIN: B004T33IB2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,485 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Save On Sproutease 1X Set/3Pc Sprouter Jar Tops

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By O. King on January 27, 2013
I think using lids like these on a mason jar is the easiest and most sanitary way to sprout. If you don't know how the jars work, just search the web. It will show you. This review, though, is about why this specific product is a particularly good set of sprouting lids.

This product "Sproutease" (Sproutease Sprouter Jar Tops ( 1xSET/3PC)), a.k.a. "Sprout-Ease" (Sprout-Ease - Econo-Sprouter Toppers Set - 3 Piece(s)), is an excellent set of lids. Notice that I said *set*. This is 3 lid set, not just a single lid. Why is having 3 lids important? Because they are lids with different sized holes. Yellow lid: small holes. Green lid: medium holes. Red lid: large holes.

Having different sized holes allows you to drain the seed husks off easily! Here is how I do it:

I like to sprout small seeds, like broccoli, radish, clover, and alfalfa. I start these with the yellow lid (the one with the smallest holes). Once the seeds have started to sprout and have a root of about 3/4 inch, I switch to the red lid (the largest holes). With the red lid on, I put the jar under the faucet and let water rise to the top. As I gently agitate the jar, the husks of the already-sprouted seeds float to the top and exit through the large holes in the red lid. By that point the sprouts are too large to leave through the holes. Doing this for a few minutes on the third or fourth day of growth rinses away about 80% of the husks. Nice.

Of course, if you like the husks for some reason, you can just use the yellow lid through the whole process, and they will stay in there.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By icebear on January 9, 2012
I have had 2 sets of these jar tops for over 10 years. The 3 sizes of openings make hull removal very easy. I have never had trouble with mold (like i have had with those multi-tray stacking pieces of junk) because thorough rinsing is easy to do with this sprouting method.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Laura Steinert on September 18, 2013
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Yes, they are plastic, but these are worth the cost. Turn slightly chipped, wide mouth canning jars into a re-use instead of a recycle. Dishwasher safe. The yellow extra fine even sprouts alfalfa and yard grass seeds. I have stored sprouted seeds in the jar in the fridge for 6 days, and they are still fresh (just re-rinse each time).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dolores Randall on May 18, 2013
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I've purchased these previously. I still had some from almost 30 years ago, but they didn't want to screw off the wide-mouth mason jars.

Even washing by hand vs. never in the dishwasher at all! they seem hard to unscrew off wide-mouth mason jars.

They are the simplest method, though. And I'll continue to use the wide-mouth mason jars.

I'd like it if they were easier to unscrew, but otherwise, I recommend.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By marvin l sipes jr on December 6, 2013
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All three lids work great as your sprouts grow through each stage. They are BPA free, easy to wash and makes growing sprouts easy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By snow family on October 24, 2013
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Quite easier than using cheese cloth or another method. I find I only use the small size, but the others seem like they would work fine for larger seeds. Easy sprouting method if you have a few extra wide mouth canning jars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Yosemite Rose on July 7, 2011
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It's great to have different size holes in your lids for sprouting seeds, beans, etc... They are a little thinner that the green lid that comes with the jar, but they work great...
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I have tried the various sprouting methods, and all to no success. The hemp bag method. The "poke holes in the metal lid of a mason jar method". The tray with water method. The soggy paper towel method. They all produced nasty slimy soggy sprouts and big kitchen messes. Until I got these little lid thingys.

Metal mesh screens are somehow scary because even though they are supposed to be "stainless steel", I still just don't trust metal to be exposed to water that often without some sort of weird rust particle issue popping up down the road. So I opted for the plastic ones, BPA free of course, because the sprouts for the most part spend very little contact time with the plastic and plastic is seemingly much more water friendly.

The mesh screen lids provide ALOT more air flow for the sprouts than the best of the DIY hole-poking methods (even my finest dremel tool and a plastic mason jar cap couldn't reach this level of perfection). I sit my jars upside down on a little table top book rack that I found at a thrift store. It is a lot like this one, but has wooden dowels instead of panels (this allows less blockage of the lids and hence more airflow): http://www.amazon.com/Catskill-Craftsmen-Tabletop-Natural-Finish/dp/B00K5OZ9RA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1421903350&sr=8-1&keywords=tabletop+book+rack

When I want to rinse my sprouts (1-3 times a day), I just sit the jars right side up on the counter and pour the water right through the mesh lid! I don't have to take it off. The water swirls them all around nicely and then I dump the water out and the screen filters the sprouts so they can't escape also.
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