Quick and easy sprouting for broccoli and many other seeds.
Comes with directions and suggestions.
Replacement strainer insert part available for purchase for $2.50 please contact Customer Service.
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I started my sprouting journey with an Easy Sprouter and I don't regret it. I'm now the owner of 3 Easy Sprouters and I am wondering if I should be getting more. It's super easy to use, provides excellent ventilation and easy drainage. It may look flimsy and cheap, but it's really one of the easiest ways to sprout seeds, large and small. Unfortunately you can't do micro-greens or wheatgrass, but I'm mostly doing it for mustard, alfalfa, clover, lentils, etc and I've had excellent results.
The Easy Sprout actually fills up with just 2 tablespoons of seed. I found the videos on Youtube really helpful in getting started. The quality of the sprouts produced is great. I like that you can do the whole process in Easy Sprout - soaking, sprouting, and storing. However, I don't use my Easy Sprout for storage - why tie it up when it could be sprouting!
Easy to use, I am new at sprouting and I never missed a batch. Smaller seeds are an issue though since the holes at the bottom are larger than some seeds, but after soaking, most seeds becomes larger and hold in the inner chamber for easy sprouting. Fast and easy to have nice sprouts.
I initially bought a sprouting jar somewhere else and although it was fairly good, I find this sprouter is much easier to work with. I already bought two more so I can continue to have a fresh cycle of sprouts for my salads and snacks. I read all the reviews prior to buying my first one and did a lot of research. Now I know why people are buying them in 2's and 3's as they are really good at helping you with sprouting your seeds! Remarkable product. I'm glad that Mumm's carries this along with other amazing seeds on their site. This easy sprouter makes sprouting easy and fun. Drainage is way better than with my other sprouting jar and that makes a huge difference. I'm already thinking of getting this for my boyfriends mom as she loves gardening. Thank you!!!
Very cool, does the job with less effort than the Sprouter Tray (purchased earlier) and easier to clean up afterward. Must be sure to drain well, thorough circular whipping and banging against sink does the trick. Works faster than the tray, quite ingenious and the container can be used to put in fridge, several hours after last rinse. Still perfecting how to de-hull in same container, a day before it is finished! Great for Mumm's sandwich and broccoli blends.
I've had one of these Easy Sprout Sprouters for years and bought this one recently as a gift. It has no serious flaws, except possibly for the dome top falling off easily. It would be nice if it somehow clicked into place but I guess that would take some doing and necessitate a price increase. In any case, this is a great design. Prior to buying this device, I'd been through the usual jars and strainers and colanders, like everyone else, I guess. I am grateful to the inventor.
By far, the easiest to use and most foolproof sprouter on the market. Ordered two, to replace some ancient ones that had finally cracked at stress points - after about 20 years of service. Top notch design.
What I liked about the sprouted was that it was convenient and easy to use. It doesn't take up much room on the counter and it does produce sprouts. What I didn't like was that the sprouts look anemic and don't have the healthy green colour that sprouts get from being exposed to light when grown in a clear glass container.
Every time I get into sprouting, I become discouraged by the challenges I face in trying to keep the seed happy. Either I eventually get a nasty smell or the seeds get stuck in the holes for the tray sprouters and then the water won't drain, or the spouts become unhappy in a mason jar (too damp, gross smell, eventually won't drain through the cheesecloth). So, I eventually give up. This sprouter has alleviated every concern that I've ever run into. So far, I have successfully sprouted, caraway, rye, the sandwich booster mix, broccoli, alfalfa, fenugreek (great as a substitute for bean sprouts) and even seeds that gel like watercress, chia, flax, and arugula (I mix them with non gelling seeds like alfalfa, rye, broccoli, and the sandwich mix). I was warned that caraway was harder to sprout, which I was completely unsuccessful with other sprouting methods, but with the easy sprouter, I haven't had any problems. I highly recommend this product.
I use this mainly to soak nuts in for making almond milk, cashew milk and nut cheese. It is the best tool yet. I love it .