Convenience: Everything you need is right at your fingertips. No need to source components individually – we've bundled the essentials for you.
Health Benefits: Alfalfa sprouts are a nutritional powerhouse, packed with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. With your own homegrown sprouts, you can elevate your diet with fresh and wholesome ingredients. Incorporating sprouted broccoli seeds into your diet can be a nutritious and tasty way to boost your overall health and well-being.
Easy and Fun: The Super Sprouter Germinator Jar takes the complexity out of sprouting. Follow the simple steps, and in just a few days, you'll be enjoying your very own alfalfa sprouts.
Cost-Effective:By offering you FREE Broccoli Sprouting Seeds, we're not only helping you get started but also providing exceptional value.
Did you know that you can mix these seeds?
Steps to Sprout Alfalfa & Broccoli:
Preparation: Start by cleaning your Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar and lid in hot water or the dishwasher to sterilize them. This helps prevent the growth of harmful bacteria during the sprouting process.
Measuring Seeds: Measure out a half tsp or so of alfalfa seeds and the same of broccoli. You don't need a large quantity since they will expand as they sprout.
Initial Rinse: Place the alfalfa and broccoli seed mix in the Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar and give them an initial rinse by swirling them in cool water. This helps remove any dust or debris.
Soaking Seeds: Add enough cool water to the jar to cover the seeds and let them soak for about 4-8 hours, or overnight. This soaking period helps kickstart the germination process.
Rinsing After Soaking: After soaking, drain the water from the jar using the lid. Rinse the soaked seeds with cool water and drain again.
Rinsing and Draining: Repeat the rinsing and draining process 2-3 times a day. This helps keep the seeds moist and provides them with the necessary oxygen for growth. After each rinse, ensure that excess water is drained from the jar.
Sprouting Time: Alfalfa & Broccoli seeds typically take about 2-4 days to sprout, depending on factors like temperature and seed quality. You'll start to see small sprouts emerging from the seeds. Once the sprouts reach your desired length, they are ready for harvest.
Harvesting: When the alfalfa sprouts have grown to the desired length, transfer them to a bowl of cold water. Gently separate the sprouts and agitate the water to remove any hulls or debris. Skim off the floating hulls, then drain the sprouts thoroughly.
Drying and Storage: Gently dry the sprouts using a tea towel or kitchen paper to remove excess moisture. You can store the sprouts in your Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar or a sealed container in the refrigerator for 3-5 days.
Remember to follow proper hygiene practices, monitor the sprouting process, and ensure that the seeds, jar, and utensils are clean. Take precautions to prevent bacterial contamination, and use your judgment to ensure the safety of your sprouts.
Super Sprouter Germinator Jar: This jar is your secret weapon for successful sprouting. With its specially designed features, it ensures optimal conditions for your sprouts to thrive. The built-in innovation takes the guesswork out of sprouting, making it suitable for beginners and experienced sprouters alike to sprout alfalfa.
100g Earth friendly Aussie Grown Alfalfa Seeds.
FREE Broccoli Sprouting Seeds (Valued at $22.22): We're including a packet of Broccoli Sprouting Seeds absolutely free! This generous offering not only kickstarts your sprouting journey but also saves you money, as the included seeds are valued at over $22.22.
Materials: Made from environmentally friendly glass with a polyprophylene cap which is free from cadmium, formaldehyde and bisphenol A.