Hamama Seed Quilt
I've been working my way through each of the different varieties, and love them all. So far they've all sprouted very well for me, and I've even gotten a second bit of sprouts after I've cut a section, as more seeds germinate. The tray lives on my kitchen counter and I add these sprouts to too many dishes to count--just cut some off and add to the top of your finished dish for extra flavor. I've also blended them into smoothies. Two tips: I live in a dry climate, so adding extra water every few days is necessary to keep the sprouts green and growing. Also, when I let it sit too long (waiting to make sure every last seed has sprouted, even after I've trimmed the whole thing at least once), the coco mat can develop a musty odor--but that's because I had it going for over two weeks. I've never had that issue with normal use of about 10-12 days.