Ease of use: Very easy to set up and use
Sprouting results: All good results, even when sprouting broccoli seeds
Clean up: Once per week cleaning required which takes about 4 to 6 hrs
to complete. It gets easier each cleaning and you don’t have to be home the whole time.
Value: I feel it is a good value and worth the money I spent on it.
Seeds sprouted so far: Wheat berries, barley, alfalfa, clover, broccoli and a few other tiny seeds (like alfalfa/clover) blends from Sproutman.
This allows me to sprout a lot more seeds than I had been able to. I still use a few mason jars to sprout and recently bought more sprouting trays and stored those in a plastic storage bin. I won’t know the results of this simple method for a few weeks yet so I can’t compare the two. I can’t get enough sprouts and use them in my green smoothies too to that is why I need so many.
One thing I found that I don’t like is the tube that the water drains out of has a strange chemical smell to it and this smell transfers into the drained water also. I plan on looking at hardware or home store to replace this tubing. It doesn’t smell up the room, just the water that drains out of it.
Here is where I purchased it: Evolution Health — It is the best price I have found yet.
I want to add that since Sunday I have had seeds of sprout trays in a plastic bin, hand watering and misting. They are not sprouting nearly as fast as in the Easy Green Sprouter which makes me appreciate the Easy Green that much more.
Some of the seeds I am using in the Easy Green sprouter are from The Sprout House. They are the organic sunflower and buckwheat and I like them both.
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Thanks for the review, Cindy!
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