Grow Your Own Greens at Home
Reusable silicone Sprout Huggers give your empty jars a new job, growing delicious and nutritious food.
How to Use Sprout Huggers
Step One: Select Your Seeds
There are hundreds of different seed and bean types you can sprout. We reccomend some sources and resources below.
Step Two: Soak Your Seeds
Most seed sprouting starts with soaking for 6-8 hours or overnight.
Step Three: Rinse Your Seeds Regularly
After soaking, drain and rinse your seeds a few times before placing your jar and Sprout Hugger upside down on the reservoir
Step Four: Give your Sprouts Some Sun
Most seeds need a day or two in the shade to get started. But then you can move them into the sun to get even more nutrients.
Your Questions Answered!
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Why is regular rinsing so important!!
I'm new to sprouts. Where can I learn more?
We do have a couple of tips we can share to help keep that avocado green as long as possible:
#1. Don’t remove the skin from your leftover avocado half.
#2. Squeeze a bit of lime juice or lemon juice on the flesh side of your avocado
#3. Store it in an Avocado Hugger that hugs the avocado half snugly.
#4. Place your hugged avocado in the fridge.
#5. Plan out a meal for the next day using the saved avocado half.