Biosnacky Germinator Jar Reviews
Product Type: Biosnacky gadgets
Description:Brand: Biosnacky / Mini-glass house for indoors / Dishwasher safe.
Newest Review: ... to buy special sprouting seeds, you cant just grow any seeds as they typw you grow in the ground tend to be sprayed with ... more
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Customer Biosnacky Germinator Jar Reviews (6)
by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 212 readings)
So imagine you have a packet of lentils or dried beans in your cupboard and you are not quite sure what to do with them. Maybe you'll make soup, or add them to a stew. But have you ever tried sprouting them? When you hear the word 'sprout', you probably are thinking either of "bean sprouts" that you'd buy for a stir fry, or brussel sprouts, which need no explanation! Those "bean sprouts" you'd buy are just one form of 'sprout' that you can actually grow in your own home, producing a cheap and really nutritious foodstuff. Unlike cress, (basically sprouted mustard cress seeds) which you might also be quite familiar with, many sprouts can be more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/11, updated on 30/08/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
The biosnacky jar was given to me as a joke gift and has actually had a lot of use. The jar itself is just a standard glass (kilner type) jar, and it comes with a green plastic screw on lid which doubles up as a stand and sieve to drain the water. The lid locks on tight and both are dishwasher proof. With the lid on its 14cm high, and has a diameter of around 8cm. This seems small but more than adequate for 1-2 people. Sprouts are best eaten fresh and so you dont really want to be storing them fr more than a day or two once ready. Ideally if you love sprouts then you would have a few jars running a day or so between them so you have a continuous supply. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
After a small attempt last summer at growing some vegetables in pots I decided to try herbs on my windowsill. With this in mind I also thought I would have a crack at growing some fresh bean sprouts which both of us love. I looked on Amazon and found the Biosnacky Germinator glass jar. It cost £9.99 and I did think this was a bit more than I wanted to pay but I went ahead and bought one. I also bought a starter pack of seeds too. When my Germinator jar arrived I must admit there wasn't a lot for my money, a glass jar, a lid with a sieve on the top and a little stand. I was eager to get going with my new project so I set about figuring out how to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/09 (Very useful, 206 readings)
This is a review for the Biosnacky large germinator - which does the same job as the Biosnacky small jar - but in greater volume. I bought this seed-germinating contraption on a healthy whim at my local health store. I had just been doing lots of research on optimum nutrition - and sprouting seeds seemed like an ideal way to harness the enhanced nutritional properties of sprouted seeds. Seeds ----- Alfalfa and mung bean are perhaps the most popular sprouted seeds but broccoli, lentils, chick peas and just about any other small to medium sized bean can be sprouted. Once sprouted, they can be included in casseroles, salads, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/09 (Very useful, 398 readings)
Something to munch for a "Credit Crunch Lunch", these cheap little sprouts I am going to tell you about are all the same really as cress, which you always see in supermarkets, and which many children delight in growing at home. In a way these are the posh version of cress! In our house we do have some weird and wonderful items, and this is one of them. The Biosnacky Jar. It's simple and it's effective and it produces some delicious sprouted seeds in a few days at the fraction of the price you would pay in the shops, if you can even find them at all in retail outlets that is. It sells for £4.99 and it is available from many health food ... Read the complete review
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