Here is the Sprout grower (or sprouter as I like to call it) that my husband gave me. There are three trays but I decided to only use two this first time. I spread a thin layer of seeds into both trays.
Then I slowly poured two cups of warm water on the top tray and it slowly filled each tray and left the remaining water at the bottom. I dumped that water out and repeated this step once a day.
Now we wait!
After four days the sprouts were ready to harvest.
The bean sprouts were my favorite.
Does anyone else grow their own sprouts?
Avocado , tomato and sprouts sandwiches are fabulous!
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