Three Tier Sprouter (Clear) from Biosta
- Easy to handle, a child can do it.
- No rinsing or washing necessary once started.
- No energy necessary.
- Delicious, fresh, tasty tender sweet sprouts.
- High nutritive value. Rich in natural vitamins, minerals, proteins and enzymes.
- Low in calories.
- Ready to harvest and eat after 5 days.
- Economical: A few pennies per serving.
- Sprouts different types of seeds at the same time.
- Fun and “living” education for children
- Dimensions: diameter: 8″, height: 6″
Soak the sprouting seeds for 8-12 hours in a bowl of water
Drain and rinse the seeds thoroughly until the water runs clear.
Water 2x a day; once in the morning and once again in the evening.
Fill the top tray with luke-warm water and put the lid on. Let the water drain through the other two trays and collect in the drain pan. Leave the water in the drain pan for 30 minutes. Empty the drain pan (emptying the drain pan on your houseplants will feed your plants a plethora of nutrients! Your plants will love you!).
Cover the sprouter after each daily watering.
Take a towel or other thick cloth and cover the sprouter (or put the sprouter in a closed, cool pantry where it is dark). This encourages sprout growth rather than root growth since the sprout is seeking light and will grow upwards seeking light because it is dark.
On the second to last day of sprouting, take the cover off, and let the sprouts receive indoor light or indirect sunlight.
Most sprouts are ready to harvest on day 6 or 7.
When you are ready to harvest, rinse the sprouts thoroughly and dry them. Place the sprouts in a tupperware container in the refrigerator and rinse them daily. Or if you want an easier way to rinse daily, leave the sprouts in the Biosta Seed Sprouter and place the whole Biosta Sprouter in the refrigerator with watering once a day right in the sprouter. Many customers have (2) Biosta Seed Sprouters, one in the refrigerator while consuming the sprouts and the other Biosta Sprouter growing a new batch of sprouts. This way when you run out of sprouts in your refrigerator in the first Biosta Sprouter, you are ready to harvest the second sprouter.