EasyGreen Sprouter - The Easy Seed Sprouter!

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EasyGreen Sprouter - The Easy Seed Sprouter!EasyGreen Sprouter - The Easy Seed Sprouter!
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Does what it should, but overpriced Review by Val
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The best sprouter I've found. Does a great job of growing sprouts, but it's expensive. Painful, but worth it.
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Love it Review by Dorothy
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This EasyGreen automatic sprouter is an amazing machine! I had used the jar method with mixed results. My busy schedule prevents me from being able to attend to sprouts as needed. I decided to invest in an automatic sprouter. I am very happy with this unit. It was a good investment.

I put my automatic sprouter next to my kitchen sink which makes drainage very easy. The unit comes with one big tray (for sprouting a great quantity of one sprout) and 5 smaller elongated trays that can be used together (each tray grows about 2 cups of sprouts) On the 5th day, tray #1 is ready to be harvested. I also sprout beans and greens which have a different growing period. (I keep track on a piece of paper for the type of sprout I am growing in each tray and what day it will be ready for harvest). This unit basically allows you to sprout something different everyday.

I am totally impressed with this unit and I strongly recommend it to anyone interested in purchasing an automatic sprouter.

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Amazing! Review by Yu
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I use my sprouts to load up a sandwich or toss up a salad or throw some in a smoothie. Don't forget Broccoli sprouts!!

I use about a half a dropper full of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide each time I fill it with water every day. (about one gallon) This is perfectly safe and actually helps oxiginate the sprouts as well as prevent mold.

I was so impressed with my Easygreen Sprouter that I ordered three more of these !
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For busy moms Review by Janelle
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I've sprouted for years and I've bought every gadget to do it with, sprout bags, jars with screen lids, square sprouters, round sprouters... However now that I'm a mom with 2 small kids and I'm trying to juice and make meals from scratch.

I found the Easygreen. I don't have the counter space in the kitchen nor do I have the desire to get all fancy with the hook ups. so I put them on top of one another on the buffet inside the front door. I run a drainage hole from each of them into a clear gallon glass jar. you fill the reservoir at the back with the water (or water and peroxide or water and colloidal silver) and then set the timer that comes with it so that it automatically comes on at the preset times to water the sprouts. The excess drains away into the drainage jar.

I quickly found that I was making way too many sprouts... but they cost pennies to grow so I didn't mind giving some to the chickens or dogs.

I tried wheatgrass in it with moderate success, so for that I purchased an actual wheatgrass tray.
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Easy! Review by Ed
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The product works very well. Using the timer I am able to have it function for up to 8 days without refilling. You will need to experiment with the on/off time periods for each sprout to avoid mold. Access to the main tank for cleaning requires removing a set of screws - this could have been engineered a little better for easy access -- otherwise, I would have given this product 5 stars.

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My own little farm Review by Charlene
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I've been growing broccoli sprouts in this. If you don't have it hooked up to a watering system, you'll have to refill the water in it everyday, but other than that mild inconvenience, it is very low maintenance. Just five days to delicious sprouts!
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An investment Review by Jen
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I know sprouts are really healthy and I always liked them. I got wary after all the bad press about the e coli and and mold. So when I saw this product I figured it was a good solution. The unit is pretty big. You can put several on top of each other for growing sprouts or wheatgrass. You need an outlet nearby to accommodate the timer. You can hook it up to your sink to take advantage of the automatic water feed from your faucet. There is also a plastic tube for the discharge water that would go into your sink. However, I didn't want this big plastic thing on my kitchen counter so I have it in the corner of the living room where we rarely are. Daily, I fill the container compartment with water and empty a gallon jar that holds the discharge hose. The unit itself runs on 7 timed intervals during the day for about 15 minutes each cycle. Initially, it mists the sprout seeds and eventually the mature sprouts. The trays have to be rotated daily, not a big deal. In about 5 days you have edible sprouts. Each week you have to disinfect the machine. You need to clean the compartment where the seeds are and then fill the water compartment with 4 TBSP of bleach (or food grade peroxide)and let the mister run for 2-3 hours. Then they ask you to add an additional 2 liters of water and let it run until the compartment is empty. This minimizes the risk of contamination. The air filter needs to be changed every 2-3 months depending on dust. Then 3 times a year a periodic cleaning is required. You unscrew the mist generator and clean the impeller shaft holes. They recommend scrubbing the machine inside and out. If you intend to stop using the machine for 2 days or more, the water vapor accumulated in the mist generator area may lead to rust and malfunctioning. You need to empty the water from the tank, remove the air filter and using an air dryer, blow hot air thru the air intake area for about 3 minutes. Make sure the water compartment is dry.

Sprouting the seeds is the easy part but there is maintenance involved on the machine. You are not going to plug it in and forget about it forever. It takes a little time each day, almost no time if you hook it up to your sink. I would say it is worth it for fresh sprouts.

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Terrible Review by Haden
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The watering system is a mess, seeds gets watered unevenly and end up spoiling.

Do not waste your money.
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Great item Review by Joy
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I purchased the EasyGreen because I work full time and rinsing sprouts throughout the day wasn't possible. I'm happy with the EasyGreen because it does all of the work for me. It is large, and takes up quite a bit of counter space, but it is worth it. I love the fact that you can use soil, which works great for sunflower sprouts. I also love that you can sprout up to five different types of sprouts. I would definitely recommend this sprouter to others.
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Love sprouts Review by Fred
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I have several lunches to make daily, and one mason jar full of sprouts was never quite enough. I really like having enough sprouts to actually store some in the fridge to just grab. My daily routine for this sprouter involves starting a new tray of sprouts, adding a jug of water morning and night, and emptying the drainage jug morning and night. The mist sprays right out of the holes in the front panel. I need to keep a towel hanging over the door so that my wooden table is not covered in puddles of water after each cycle. Also, you need to ensure that the drainage tubing doesn't get submerged in the drainage jug. It will vapor lock and then all the water will run out the front door. Once I cut the tubing to hang towards the top of the jug, this issue disappeared. At the moment, I am using bleach for my weekly cleaning as the manual said, but I will definitely try the food grade hydrogen peroxide when I have used this jug up. Even just using three tablespoons of bleach, my house reeks of the stuff. I keep mine in the living room. I do believe that it uses less water than manually rinsing the sprouts, but I have no actual figures to back it up.
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