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Sprout Master Triple Sprouter

4.6 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Grow your own fresh sprouts right on your kitchen counter.
  • Easy to Use and to clean.
  • Fresh vegetables all year round.
  • From seed to fresh vegetable salad in just one week and it takes only a few moments each day.
  • The original raw and living food.

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Product Description

Live Healthier: Life giving sprouts contain live enzymes necessary for the digestive process. They contain few if any calories and no cholesterol. Sprouts are one of the highest sources of fiber and chlorophyll. Sprouts contain the highest and purest forms of vitamins, proteins, trace minerals and nutrients necessary for a long healthy life. Sprout Master has the following advantages over other sprouters: does not sour the sprouts; several sprouters can be stacked with the tray lid in place without losing necessary air circulation; the rectangular shape allows for much better cabinet and refrigerator storage without sacrificing as much as one inch in the volume of your harvest; a removable divider in the middle makes it possible to grow a half crop, a full crop or two different crops at the same time. With a lid placed under the bottom as a drip tray and a lid placed over the top, your sprouts will stay crisper longer in the refrigerator without losing vitamins or souring. Disassembles quickly for easy cleaning. These trays measure 8 inches x 10 inches.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000F0FX5C
  • UPC: 798235703758
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,594 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Here's is something that will simplify your wheatgrass growing IMMENSELY! Begin by soaking about a half-cup of wheat berries (hard winter wheat is usually recommended) twelve hours (more or less) and allowing them to sprout for three days or so. When you are ready to spread these little sprouts out into your sprouter, first fit one sheet of natural, untreated paper towel in the bottom of the sprouter (you can find these untreated paper towels at almost any healthfood store). You do not need to trim all the extra around the edges because after dry fitting, you will moisten the paper which will cause it to cling to the sides making a nice neat little container. You can moisten the fitted paper towel with kitchen sink spray or soft-pressure kitcen faucet water. Sometimes we moisten it from a kelp-water spray bottle. Either before or after fitting and moistening the paper towel to the inner contour of the sprouter, try cutting off about an inch and a half triangle from one corner of the fitted paper towel. This will give you an open corner from which to make later draining of the growing sprouts MUCH faster and easier. It is also helpful to mark one corner of the sprouter itself so that later on as you are rinsing the growing wheatgrass, you will know where the open draining corner is located. This will be helpful to know if you want to lean the sprouter at an angle to allow the extra rinse water to run off for a minute.

Next you spread the sprouting wheat evenly along the bottom of the moistened paper toweling. I usually like to come back and spray them with the kitchen sink spray to help distribute them evenly over the bottom of the container, but this can easily be done with your fingers. If you wish, at this stage you can spray the spread with kelp water.
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These sprouting trays are simply the best. With little effort I grow a wide variety of delicious and fresh sprouts in my kitchen. The trays stack up nicely and I have six of them, one on top of the other. They require little space. Believe it or not, it's like having a small farm in the house that produces an impressive amount and array of "fresh vegatables", albeit in sprout form. The sprouts grown in these trays stay fresh and never develop an unpleasant smell. They taste crisp, are pleasant to eat and have become the mainstay in my daily intake of vegetables in my diet. I clean my trays outside with a spray nozzle attached to my garden hose. This makes cleaning quick and easy, then I rinse them in the sink with some bleach in the water to sterilize them before growing a fresh crop. The trays are foolproof and have changed the way I eat. With the price of vegetables rising in the supermarkets, I've found these trays to be a great money saver - to say nothing of the superior nutrition that eating sprouts provide. I would highly recommend them to anyone!
- Chris Morton
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I began sprouting in the 70's with a glass jar and cheesecloth.
Having used a few sprout gadgets over the years, I can say without hesitation that this Sproutmaster sprouter is simply the best.
It has worked well with seeds, nuts and legumes.
It cleans up easily.
Because sprouts are kept in the dark during sprouting, I leave the lid off on the last day for the chlorophyll action to green them up even more.
I have been using the Sproutmaster now for 10 years.
Three trays are ample for a family of five. You'll learn seed selection & timing rotation as you go.
It is worth every cent I paid for it.

To Your Health!

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The Sprout Master is made nicely and looks like it will last a long time. However, it has pin-size holes for drainage, and doesn't seem to work well with small seeds. I am mostly making broccoli sprouts and alfalfa sprouts (small seeds). Probably the Sprout Master would work fine with sunflower seeds, nuts, beans, wheat, or other seeds that are at least as large as a mung bean. What happens with the small seeds, such as the broccoli sprouts, is that they grow their roots through the holes, and their roots make a thick mat underneath. So then it is very hard to remove the entire sprout. The roots break off, so then we have only the tops of the sprouts. I'm able to scrape the roots off of the backside and put them in the salads too, but it's just not as nice as the whole sprout unbroken. I don't have this problem with my other sprouting system, the Tompson & Morgan Seed Sprouter - Two-tiered (also available at Amazon). It works so much better because it has slots instead of pinholes.

The broccoli sprouts don't make a mat of roots underneath the tray with the Tompson and Morgan Sprouter. They just make sprouts like you would see in the grocery store. I've also noticed that my sprouts grow much faster in the Tompson and Morgan Sprouter. I've done many comparisons, and it always is like this. I am not sure why. So, all things said, I wish that I hadn't bought the Sprout Master Triple Sprouter. I would have bought several more Tompson and Morgan Sprouters instead. They look very attractive and are a lot easier for me to deal with than the Sprout Master. I'm sure the Sprout Master is great for people that are using the larger seeds. Maybe I will start doing some larger seeds/nuts/beans too, but my main interest is with broccoli sprouts, alfalfa sprouts, radishes sprouts, etc.
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