VICTORIO VKP1014 Sprouting Kit
Sprouts are a great addition to salads, sandwiches and wraps. Plus they make a pretty edible garnish when you’re entertaining. But buying sprouts at the grocery store on a regular basis can cost quite a pretty penny. It’s infuriating when those sprouts you spent your hard earned money on go bad before you get a chance to use them all.
Thankfully there’s a simple solution. You can grow your own sprouts at home, right on your counter. The Sprouting Kit from Victorio makes it quick and easy and with the stackable design you’ll be pleasantly surprised how many sprouts you can grow.
The four piece design of this kit gives you lots of options. Use just one or two if you don’t need a lot of sprouts ready, or stack the planting and have a fresh tray to use every other day. Or get enough sprouts ready to feed an army (almost… but definitely enough to keep a sandwich shop in business for a day or feed a small crowd) by using all four trays simultaneously.
Since this system is stackable, it doesn’t take up a lot of space and watering is quick and easy with the built in flow through. The kit includes everything you need to get started including seeds.
Speaking of seeds, let’s talk about the different types of sprouts and microgreens you can grow at home. Basically all your favorite sprouts can be grown including alfalfa, mung bean, lentil, wheat and more. And just about any leafy green vegetable can be grown as a microgreen.
You’ll be up and running in no time with a simple sprouting system like this. There’s almost no way to mess this up. And there’s no long waiting time for a harvest either. Depending on temperature and growing conditions you’ll have sprouts ready to harvest in two to six days. Talk about instant gratification gardening.
This would also make a wonderful teaching tool for the kids. Get them involved in the set-up and planting. Not only will they learn a lot about growing food in a fast and efficient way, they’ll be much more likely to eat this nutrient dense veggies if they’re involved in growing them. Give the Sprouting Kit a try. It’s easy to clean too.