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      EasyGreen Automatic Sprouter EGL 55


      Your Year Round Automatic Sprout Garden!
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      • Average Rating: 5 out of 5
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      • easy peasy.

        • 5 out of 5

        i am extremely pleased with this machine, wish i knew about it and bought one ages ago, i dont need to do much at all. and its encouraging me to eat healthily. i wanted something easy and not too time consuming and this works very well for me. what a great invention, :-)

        Reviewed 11 April 2019 by chrissy, staffordshire

      • Best sprouter

        • 5 out of 5

        I love this sprouter. Is clean and fast and you dont need to do much work. Only pour water in it. I recommend it.

        Reviewed 26 May 2015 by Eugeniu, Montgeron

      • Best thing ever invented!

        • 5 out of 5

        OK - I bought one of these some time back (so I have tested this well before writing). We love sprouts and microgreeens and now the hens have the garden (!) I've given up trying to grow full sized veg (believe me it's worth it - the eggs are amazing! Truth be told - I'm too busy with work now anyway.....) This is utterly amazing - truly it is. Mine is out in my studio (and it's cold out there - believe me!) but for the first time ever I have been able to grow broccoli sprouts/micros. I couldn't believe it. I do wheatgrass in it (easy peasey), alfalfa, cress, rocket, pea shoots, sunflower greens - anything will grow in the Easygreen. Once the weather has warmed a tad - my basil will be in there. Part of the reason I actually bought this was because I had a poorly young Siamese cat who would bawl for grass every morning - this solved my dilemma - plus I know what he has is organic and uncontaminated. (Problems has since ben treated by a specialist - but he still likes his grass!) We all gain, we have sprouts and micros, the cats have their grass, and the hens have anything left over that's spare! Money very well spent! Thank you for such a marvellous invention.... :-)

        Reviewed 02 April 2013 by Wildherb, Wales UK