Wonder what the deal is with micro-radish? What are they? How do they grow? What do they taste like? How do I eat them? Get all your questions answered.Read More
Because of our microgreens exposure to fresh air and the elements, we recommend that you rinse your microgreens just before you eat them. It can be tricky to know what to do with delicate microgreens, try these 3 methods of rinsing microgreens.Read More
It’s time to delight with tomatoes and arugula microgreens. Tomatoes are bursting with lycopene (an antioxidant), vitamin C, potassium, folate, vitamin k, and fiber. Vine-ripened tomatoes have a complex taste ranging from acidic to sweet, depending on the variety. Of course basil and basil microgreens always pair marvelously with tomato, olive oil, and fresh mozzarella in the classic caprese salad/sandwich combo. But, this caprese variation is equally as scrumptious. This take on the classic caprese counters that tomato sweetness and acitity with a dose of delicious, peppery, and sometimes bitter arugula microgreens.
Here's our modern twist on Cucumber tea sandwiches just in time for the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this weekend.Read More
The most common way to enjoy microgreens is raw, on top of your meal or mixed into a salad where you’ll get that texture, color, crunch, and fresh veggie goodness. But, there are other ways to incorporate microgreens into your daily routine.Read More