Has anyone ordered the plans for creating your own GoGreen Automatic Sprouter as featured at eatsprouts.com?
We want to know if it works - is it reliable - is it a gimmick, etc.
04-30-2006, 12:45 PM
you can make sprouters very easily at home with stuff you have at home
take any glass jar, put seeds in put water in, put a cotton cloth over the top, put a rubber band around the neck, turn the jar over, and pour out the water, it is that easy,
or you can just put seeds in a muslin bag, I use jelly bags, they are small and really inexpensive, easy to wash, and then pour in water, then hang the bag from your upper cupboard knob with a bowl underneath, it will catch the water dripping, I have these in my kitchen all the time, I see them, I rinse them, I hang them up, easy easy easy, no big expense,
I do have a three tiered sprouter, that I am using for mung beens, because all my jelly bags were full, but all you are doing is keepping those little seeds wet, and then rinsing so they don't get moldy, then letting them grow, it's just like seeds in the garden, only no soil, just water,
easy easy easy.
OK - I did some more research online and got all the answers I need!
Looks like the Easy Green is my best bet.
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