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11 Reasons Why the Ergo Spout® Is One of the Best Mason Jar Accessories

11 Reasons Why the Ergo Spout® Is One of the Best Mason Jar Accessories

May 13, 2019

There’s a kitchen gadget for practically every purpose; avocado slicers, melon ballers—you name it. When we dreamed up Ergo Spout®, we wanted to bring you a totally unique culinary accessory for your kitchen and table. We achieved that!  Here are the reasons why the Ergo Spout® is one of the best mason jar accessories on the market.

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Simple Maple Flavored Syrup in a Mason Jar

Simple Maple Flavored Syrup in a Mason Jar

January 08, 2019

This recipe might be the easiest and most economical way to make maple flavored syrup.  Plus this is the recipe that inspired the Ergo Spout!

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How to Trap Fruit Flies in a Mason Jar

How to Trap Fruit Flies in a Mason Jar

December 15, 2018

Fruit flies are pesky when they fly around the kitchen, but they are an inevitable part of life around fruit.  You can easily get rid of them with a few simple items and our innovative product the Culinesco® Fruit Fly Funnel.  Here’s how to trap fruit flies in a mason jar.

 

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How to Sprout in a Mason Jar

How to Sprout in a Mason Jar

November 30, 2018

Sprouts are the little shoots produced just after germination of grains, legumes, nuts or seeds.  Vegetable sprouts are sometimes referred to as microgreens and many of us recognize the small alfalfa spouts on sandwiches or the bean sprouts used in Asian stir fries, known as mung bean sprouts. 

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Bryce and Kate Talk Product Design on the Hungry Squared Podcast

Bryce and Kate Talk Product Design on the Hungry Squared Podcast

September 28, 2018

Bryce and I were recently invited to be on the Hungry Squared podcast to talk about the Ergo Spout®.  We were really excited that they wanted to hear about the design process.  We both enjoyed chatting about our different theories on kitchen tools and how those impacted the design Ergo Spout®.

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