The Kitchen Crop Sprouter worked really well! It made the sprouting process pretty simple. It was easy to just add the water to the top tray and empty the bottom tray, while rotating the others, a couple of times a day.
Overall, although soaking the seeds seemed to offer a small amount of improvement, it wasn’t enough for me to commit to soaking the seeds 100% of the time. I’ll continue experimenting and see what makes sense.
The real disappointment was the performance of those new organic alfalfa seeds that came with the Kitchen Crop Sprouter versus my 4-year-old fenugreek seeds! The fenugreek did awesome while the alfalfa had many seeds that didn’t sprout at all.
That just goes to show you sometimes it’s a great idea to test things out for yourself and see what works best for YOU. Especially if you have an intuitive hit that another way might be better for you. You just never know until you take action and give it a try!
And did you know sprouts are great for restoring, rebalancing and regenerating hormones?! Learn more here.
Kitchen Crop Sprouter Going Forward
I’ve decided to continue sprouting for a while, using this system, and trying different seeds. I loved the flavor of the fenugreek and look forward to adding them to salads. They are mild and crisp, very refreshing!
Adding them to salads may be my preferred method of consuming them as I wasn’t a huge fan of how they tasted in my smoothie. Although it wasn’t bad, they just added another layer of flavor and I’d appreciate them more if I were enjoying the texture and crunchiness of them in a salad, tossed with a yummy dressing!
What’s are some of your favorite varieties of sprouts? Let us know it the comments below!
And as a quick reminder, the Liver Cleanse Group is growing! The cleanse begins next Saturday the 20th and goes through the 28th. For all the details and to sign up, go here! I’ve been adding materials to the private Facebook group so everybody can ease their way into it – it’s going to be fun!!