In a time of food shortage or emergency, knowing how to sprout
seeds is one of the most important skills you can have and it is very easy.
5 Simple Steps to Sprouting Success:
1. Storage: Store seeds cool, dry and dark.
2. Soaking seeds: Mix 3 parts water to 1 part seeds in a jar. Average soaking time should not exceed 8-12 hours.
Pure, filtered water is the best ingredient in sprouting. Use it
liberally. By using the sprayer, seeds get some oxygen infusion and it
keeps the seeds “loose” and better able to drain. Rinse at least
two-three times daily.
4. Draining: Drain thoroughly after each rinsing. This is the beauty of the SproutMASTER, which ensures excellent drainage.
5. Promote good air circulation while sprouting seeds by using the fool-proof sproutmaster. The double sprouter will produce enough sprouts for a family of 4-6 people.
The Sproutmaster (pictured above) is the most reliable method of resolving moldy sprout concerns and producing a large harvest efficiently.