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Product Code: 2-0938


The Victorio 4-Tray Seed Sprouter is a fast, easy and fun way to produce fresh, high-quality sprouts in your own kitchen. In just 2-4 days enjoy healthful sprouts in soups, salads and sandwiches.
This new and improved design from Victorio is simple to use and very durable. The unique growing tray design uses water surface tension to keep the correct amount of water in the tray for all stages of the growing process.

Includes organic alfalfa sprouting seeds, 4 growing trays, 1 water collection tray, 1 storage lid and instruction manual. Each tray is 6-Inch by 1-3/4-Inch.

Sprouter can be expanded to 8 total growing trays (extra growing trays sold separately). Sprouter is 8-Inch high and 6-Inch wide.

Top rack dishwasher safe if removed before the dry cycle. Trays are made from strong, crack resistant, BPA free plastic. Made in USA.

2 Year Warranty

8.25" H x 6" D

From the Owners Manual:

The Victorio Kitchen Seed Sprouter comes with four clear growing trays, one white base
tray (for collecting excess water) and a storage lid.

Use your Kitchen Seed Sprouter several ways:
1 - Start the same type of seed in all trays to produce one large batch of sprouts.
2 - Start a different type of sprouting seed in each tray to produce a variety of sprouts.
3 - Start sprouting seed in a different tray every other day to produce a continuous supply
of sprouts. Note: keep moving the tray with the most mature sprouts to the top to
make “harvesting” more convenient.

To use:
1. Wash all trays before use.
2. Set the white base tray on a level surface. Set the first clear growing tray in place on
top of the white base tray. Be certain the tray is securely seated on the base tray.
3. Spread out the seeds evenly in the tray. (About 1/2 tablespoon of alfalfa seeds will
produce a tray full of sprouts.) The quantity of seeds used depends upon your individual
requirements and the variety of sprouting seeds being used. Remember, that the
seeds will expand tremendously when wetted and will occupy approximately four
times their initial volume.
4. Stack additional growing trays and repeat step-3 seeding instructions (as needed).
5. Add 2-Cups of water (16-fl oz.) to the top clear growing tray. The water from the top
tray will flow down automatically from one tray to the next and collect in the white base
6. Remember to empty the base tray when top trays are completely drained or before
next watering. Repeat watering steps twice a day (or more if necessary).
7. Do NOT put the Kitchen Seed Sprouter in direct sunlight. Most seeds germinate best
at room temperature away from direct sunlight.
Seed presoaking: Due to the unique tray design most seeds don’t need to be presoaked.
However presoaking may still be required on some larger seeds for best germination. When in
doubt, we recommend you follow the soaking instructions that come with your seeds.
Helpful Tips: Depending upon the temperature and the type of seeds being grown, the sprouts
should be edible in 2 to 4 days. If fresh sprouts are not to be consumed the day they are
picked, they can be kept for a few days in the refrigerator. Rinse sprouts well under running
water before eating.

Some seeds may form fuzzy looking growth which resemble mildew. These are actually tiny
roots growing on the sprouts and are a part of the sprout.

Occasionally some genuine mildew occurs. To correct this problem, reduce the frequency of
watering and move the Kitchen Seed Sprouter to a cooler area.

As with anything used for preparation of food, your Victorio Kitchen Seed Sprouter should be
cleaned thoroughly after each use. Use liquid dish washing soap and warm water, followed by
rinsing with clean running water. Dry Kitchen Seed Sprouter thoroughly.

The Victorio Kitchen Seed Sprouter is top rack dishwasher safe. We recommend removing the
Seed Sprouter components prior to the drying cycle. If the Seed Sprouter is in constant or
frequent use and develops buildup due to hard water, it may be necessary when cleaning to
soak the trays in a mixture of vinegar and water. When not in use store sprouter in a dark area.
Never store the sprouter in direct sunlight.

HELP! The trays don’t drain correctly!
If the growing trays are not fully draining, don’t worry! The growing trays are a unique design
that use the physics of water surface tension to keep the correct amount of water in the growing
tray during all stages of seed germination.

When starting a new crop of seeds it is common for the growing trays to not fully drain. This is
by design, the extra water helps the seeds germinate. However once the seeds start to germinate
they release organic compounds that breakdown the surface tension of the water and the
trays will fully drain. The more the seeds grow the quicker the water will drain from the tray.
When sprouting smaller seeds such as broccoli or alfalfa it is possible to physically clog the
drain holes if too many seeds are added to the tray. If you are experiencing this problem reduce
the number of seeds in the tray. For small seeds, never use more than 1/2 tablespoon per tray.

Using Sprouts
In addition to being nutritious, tasty and plain fun to eat, sprouts are one of the most versatile
foods available.
1 - Salads: Blend sprouts with lettuce to boost the nutrition value of simple salads. Sprouts
by themselves make a tasty side salad, or combine them with raw vegetables.
2 - Sandwiches: Dress up any sandwich with sprouts. Thin sprouts, such as alfalfa, broccoli,
clover, etc., are ideal for cold meat and cheese sandwiches. For adding something extra to
hot sandwiches, use larger sprouts, such as mung bean and lentil. Try sprouts instead of
lettuce in tacos, burritos, pita sandwiches, and wraps. You’ll love the taste and crunch.
3 - Soups: Use very young sprouts (1-2 days) as garnish for cream soups. Any of the
sprouts are ideal– lentil, mung, ect. More delicate sprouts such as alfalfa, wheat, etc.
should be used only in cold soups since they do not stand up to heat as well.

Product Warranty
Victorio Kitchen Products warrants this appliance from defects or failures in the material
and workmanship for Two (2) years from the date of original purchase.

All warranty claims must be accompanied by a proof of purchase and are only valid if the
appliance has been operated and maintained in conformity with the provided instruction

Any failed part of the appliance will be repaired or replaced without charge at Victorio
Kitchen Products’ discretion. This warranty applies to household use only.
This warranty is null and void, as determined solely by Victorio Kitchen Products if the
appliance is damaged through accident, misuse, abuse, negligence or if the appliance is
altered in any way.

If you think this appliance has failed or requires service within its warranty period please
Victorio Kitchen Products Customer Service Department
Phone: 866-257-4741

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Free Shipping Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Short Description The Victorio 4-Tray Seed Sprouter is a fast, easy and fun way to produce fresh, high-quality sprouts in your own kitchen. In just 2-4 days enjoy healthful sprouts in soups, salads and sandwiches.
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