Sprouting 101 Collection

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Sprouting 101 Collection

Intrigued by sprouts and the ability to grow nutrient dense fresh vegetables in days instead of weeks? Don't quite know where to begin?

No real space to garden, but want to grow some healthy food, anytime of year, regardless of weather or sunshine?

Sprouts are an excellent example of what can be grown in any climate, at any time of year, with no soil, sunlight or space requirements. Four square inches on a counter-top is all that they need.  

This collection of sprouts, sprouting lid and instructions will have you munching on crisp, crunchy, tasty and highly nutritious sprouts in just a few days!

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Add to sandwiches, eggs, salads, sprinkle on soups, or substitute for any other greens when they are out of season.

Sprouting Tip

  • Rinse often
  • Keep sprouts moist but no wet
  • Keep at room temperature
  • Give sprouts breathing room
  • Avoid overcrowding
  • Keep covered - no light needed


Sprouts are healthy, nutritious and are rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, enzymes, bioflavonoids, and antioxidants. They are an excellent alternative to meat, especially for vegetarians and vegans.


 1 1/2 tablespoons yields 1 1/2 - 2 cups of sprouts in 4-6 days.

Sprout Safety

  • Wash your hands thoroughly before handling seeds or sprouts, and use clean glass jars and screens that are washed with soap and hot water just before starting the sprouting process.
  • Rinse the sprouts well at least twice a day and tip the jar so excess water can drain, avoiding puddles where bacteria can grow.
  • Rinse the seeds well before starting the initial soaking period.

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From the soil to the seed to the food you eat - we'll help you grow your best garden!

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    The indention is the key.

    Posted by Ronnie b. on Feb 3rd 2020

    The indention helps separate sprouts.

  • 5
    Great for a newbie

    Posted by Linda, OR on Jul 27th 2017

    I bought this collection to try sprouting my own sprouts. It hooked me and now I have bought additional jar screens and other varieties to try.

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