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Sprouting Screen

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SKU: 3508


The Sprouting Screen makes sprouting super easy! It fits on jars you already have at home!

Sprouting Screen Features:

  • Fits standard wide-mouth canning jars and metal rings.
  • Fine mesh works great with small sprouting seeds.
  • Stainless steel.
  • 3.25-inch diameter

Sprouting Screen Troubleshooting:

Please note that while this screen does not rust, when using it with canning jars and metal rings, rust from the metal rings and jar can be transferred to the screen. To help prevent this, oil the inside of the jar rings.

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  • From Beginning sprouter at 5/18/2011 7:07 AM
    • Are these screens reusable, and for how long? I'm just curious if they wear out quickly and if I should go with the plastic lid. Thank you!
    • The screens are pretty durable. They may eventually develop rust around the edges and need to be replaced. They also have sharp edges so caution should be taken if small children are around.
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  • From Ellis at 6/14/2011 4:01 PM
    • How wide are these screens? The jars I have are 70mm in diameter at the mouth, but many of the screens I've seen are 83mm.
    • Our sprouting screens are about 82mm in diameter, maybe 83mm.
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  • From Jeremy at 12/18/2011 6:39 AM
    • What is the mesh size of the screen? I want to make sure the openings on these screens are smaller than the ones I currently have.

      Some of my sprouting screens (purchased elsewhere) have larger openings than some varieties of seeds I use. This makes rinsing more difficult prior to the seeds actually sprouting.

    • We don't have a measurement for that screen, but we would consider the mesh to be "fine." The unsprouted seed would have to be very small to make it through the tiny holes in the screen.​ You wouldn't have a problem using this screen with any of the sprouting seeds that we sell.
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  • From Travis at 5/28/2013 9:38 PM
    • Do you get three screens to a package or just one?

    • This is one stainless steel screen.
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Customer Reviews

Rusty Review by Em

I had problems with the screens rusting, apparently I'm not the only one. Cultures for Health was excellent with customer service and did everything they could to make it right. For that they have my continued support but you should be warned that with this product rusting is a problem. Supposedly if you put oil on the rings that will prevent rust, this is important information that should have been included in description.

Response from CFH: Please note the rusting occurs from the jar rings/bands, and is transferred to the screen. The oil should help, yes.

(Posted on 9/1/2015)

DON'T BUY THIS!!! Review by Steve

Spend the money on the plastic one. This screen rusts HORRIBLY!!! (and very quickly, I might add)

Response from CFH: Please contact customer support for troubleshooting.

(Posted on 3/27/2015)

rinsing screen Review by EdenScapes

I would order these again if I had to. They make life so much easier when you're rinsing a lot of sprouts and seeds. You just slip it on the jar and screw on the lid and rinse.

(Posted on 6/12/2014)

The basics Review by Equestrienne

This is a very traditional simple way to start with sprouting. I've had mine for 20 years I believe. I've also had a plastic one which got stained and the sprouts stuck in it. So I'd say this one is simplest and maybe even best. You can always clean the canning jar and rotate them out ... use the screen on multiple jars.

(Posted on 10/9/2013)

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