Survival Kitchen–The Easy Sprout Makes Sprouting Easy

I’m making the Easy Sprout Sprouter the DestinySurvival Pick of the Week. When you see how easy it is to use this sprouter, you won’t want to use anything else.

Let me step back just a second to say sprouting is an excellent way to get wholesome, healthful, live food, packed with vitamins and enzymes. You can grow sprouts for sandwiches, salads, stir fry, or soups in less than a week.

Sprouting greatly increases the mass of beans, alfalfa, onions, radishes, or a number of other seeds, making food seeds you’ve set aside in storage go much farther. If you don’t have seeds set aside in your survival kitchen supplies for sprouting, you really should.

As for the Easy Sprout Sprouter, it’s simple to refill and clean. An inner chamber holds the seeds, and an outer chamber catches any dripping water. Filters and lids do the rest.

Here’s a little more about how it works. When you sprout most seed types, hold the inner cup under running water for at least thirty seconds. Let excess water drain off, then set the inner cup back in the outer cup. As with any sprouting, do this two or three times a day. Make sure your sprouts aren’t too moist or too dry. They shouldn’t be left in standing water.

Most sprouting seeds will need to be presoaked to begin with, and you can do this with the Easy Sprout Sprouter. When it’s time to refill the water chamber as you’re sprouting, the inner compartment lifts out easily. The sprouts grow upwards toward the opening of the compartment, so they’re simple to lift out. Then the whole thing can be easily washed clean and refilled.

With the Easy Sprout Sprouter, you’ll have no sprouts getting caught in cheese cloth over the top of a jar. And you’ll have no worries about seeds sitting in water after rinsing.

The Easy Sprout Sprouter is made from a non-leaching plastic. You can also take it with you when you travel. That makes it appealing for including in a survival pack.

If you feel that the directions that come with it are a little confusing, and you need clearer directions, I’ve got a link to Easy Sprout instructions on my Links of Interest page under the Survival Kitchen category.

When sprouting your favorite seeds is this easy, why wait? Order an Easy Sprout Sprouter today. Click on its name wherever you see it linked in this post. Get an extra one or two for yourself or as a gift for a friend and introduce someone else to sprouting for good health and survival.

Happy sprouting!

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

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