This fits your. There are two lid sets and a bonus organic bamboo spoon in each package, so you can grow a constant supply of fresh sprouts. Growing your own sprouts at home means they are fresh and they cost a fraction of the cost of those you buy at the grocery store. Try organic broccoli sprouts, bean sprouts and lentil spouts. Once your sprouts are all grown, they make crunchy, nutritious additions on sandwiches, soups, salads, and tossed into stir-fries. Growing Sprouts In A Jar Place about 1 tablespoon of sprouting seeds in your mason jar. Add enough warm water to completely cover the seeds. Soak overnight at room temperature. The following morning, pour off the excess water through the spouter lid. Add fresh water to thouroughly rinse the seeds. Drain the water off. Rinse and drain the seeds at least twice a day. Leave your seed sprouting jar out of direct sunlight. Within a few days your delicious sprouts will begin to sprout. Tips Grow your seeds in a warm airy spot, not in direct sunlight. For pale sprouts keep in the dark. When sprouts are ready, store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for a maximum of 4-5 days. Transfer just-sprouted seeds to soil for growing delicious microgreens for salads and sandwiches. Clean your sprouter lids and bamboo spoon with warm soapy water. Your Elan sprouter lids can be used for lots more than just sprouting seeds and grains. They can also be used on a jar to drain brewed loose leaf tea, sift flour or dust castor sugar.
Seed Sprouter Lids For Wide Mouth Mason Jars. Pure Stainless Steel Sprouting Screens and Rings To Turn Your Canning Jar Into a DIY Sprouting Jar 2 sets. Plus a Bonus Organic Bamboo Spoon. PDFNgZ0b