Tofu & Sprouter Duo
This set of sprouter and container to make tofu allows you to germinate or make tofu yourself. Reusable and easy to maintain, it allows the germination to be made in less than 5 to 6 days (see table of sprouting times for different shoots below).
When you buy this complete set, you will also receive a cotton bag for plant-based milk and a small bag to squeeze tofu into the sprouter container.
Instructions are included inside the set.
In form of sprout, the living food is a natural source of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids (digestive proteins) of the highest possible concentration.
Sprouts have a nutritional value 10 to 57 times higher than fruits and vegetables. They contain their own digestive enzymes that facilitate the metabolic reaction and cellular regeneration and increase the immune system in a spectacular way.
- 1 perforated base
- 1 non-perforated base
- 1 perforated lid
- 1 non-perforated lid
- 1 small cotton bag for tofu
- 1 large cotton bag for plant-based milk
- 1 instruction sheet
- Sprouter: food grade plastic, without BPA, recyclable.
- Organic cotton bags
18 x 13 x 10 cm
- Choose seeds and place them in the non-perforated base. Soak them in water for required time. (see Seeds Table)
- Drain seeds by using the perforated base as a colander (the seeds are now in the perforated base). Rinse well and cover with the perforated lid.
- Use the perforated base to rinse and drain the seeds twice a day. Put them back in the non-perforated base and cover with the perforated lid.
- Once the number of days required for sprouting is complete, sprouts are ready to be consumed. If you have some leftovers, you can keep them in the refrigerator using the non-perforated lid. Sprouts can be kept for the same time as the germination period.
Wash with water and dish soap, dry with a dish cloth.
|Type of seeds||Soaking||Sprouting|
|Oat||4-5 h||36-48 h|
|Wheat, kamut, spelt||4-5 h||36-48 h|
|Barley||5-6 h||36-48 h|
|Brown rice||6-8 h||5-7 days|
|rye||5-6 h||36-48 h|
|Amaranth||3-4 h||2-6 days|
|Millet||5-6 h||4-6 days|
|Teff||3-4 h||4-6 days|
|Quinoa||30 min.||1-2 days|
|Hulled buckwheat||10 min.||2-3 days|
|Azuki bean||8-10 h||5-6 days|
|Fenugreek||3-4 h||1-3 days|
|Mungbean||6-8 h||4-5 days|
|Green, brown and blonde lentil||6-8 h||1-3 days|
|Yellow and green pea||8-12 h||2 days|
|Chick pea||8-12 h||2 days|
|Almond, hazelnut||8-12 h||8 h|
|Squash, sunflower||3-4 h||4-12 h|
|Sesame||1-2 h||1-2 days|
|Macadamia||3-4 h||Ready to eat|
|Cashew, pine nuts||3-4 h||Ready to eat|
|Walnuts, brazil nut, pecan||3-4 h||Ready to eat|
|Alfalfa, Clover, Radish, Canola, Broccoli, Kale, Daikon, Garlic, Onion||4-6 h||5-6 days|
|Flax seed, Chia, Mustard, Cress||Spray morning and night||2-3 days|