Noun | mi ˙ cro ˙ green |
a very young, tender, and flavorful edible leaf, typically containing two or three seed leaves.
Often found at swanky restaurants and in the kitchens of health enthusiasts.
WANT TO GROW YOUR OWN MICROGREENS? IT'S EASY WITH OUR KITS...
1. GIY = Grow it Yourself
In just a week, you'll be eating fresh microgreens that you grew yourself!
2. Just Add Water
Our microgreens kits come with everything you need in just the right amount to grow two trays.
3. Eat What You Grow
In just about a week, you'll have a tray of fresh, delicious microgreens to eat and share. Just snip and sprinkle!
Our Microgreens Varieties
Radish Microgreens pack a peppery punch. With lovely pink stems, these radish microgreens add a dash of fun to your meals. Add them to tacos, avocado toast, or pepper up your sandwich. Read more about radish microgreens here.
Curled Cress Microgreens
Zippy and powerful, cress microgreens are peppery. Try them in a sandwich. These microgreens are not for the faint-hearted, the flavor is intense!
Pea Shoot Microgreens
Pea Shoots are the young and tender upper leaves of a pea plant. Tasting of delicate fresh garden peas, these greens are a delicious addition to a delicate salad (or skip the lettuce and simply eat pea shoots with dressing). Also wonderful in spring rolls or whizzed up into a pea shoot pesto. You can even enjoy pea shoots sautéed with a bit of garlic as a warm side dish.
Red Cabbage Microgreens
Earthy and delicate, red cabbage is a nutritional powerhouse. Lovely atop soup and salad alike. Red Cabbage blends well in smoothies, and compliments your meals without being overwhelming.
Mixed Microgreens Salad
A combination of our pea shoots, sunflower shoots, and a menagerie of our microgreen varieties. Designed for you to simply rinse, dry and add salad dressing. All the good stuff blended together as a lovely salad, or even sandwich stuffer.
Microgreens We Also Grow: Arugula, Basil, Cilantro, Sunflower, Mustard, Buckwheat, Amaranth
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