Sprout Your Own Microgreens, Salad Mixes,
and Edible Flower Garnishes!
Now there is something even smaller and tastier than baby spinach – microgreens! Microgreens are whole plants of vegetables or herbs that are harvested at around a week, when they have only sprouted their first leaves.
Microgreens pack a flavor punch and new studies suggest they have a nutritional wallop as well. They are high in vitamins C and E and beta carotene as well as other phytochemicals in higher levels than the mature leaves of the plant. And, if you can’t keep up with your microgreens, they'll grow up into tasty salad fixings in their own right.
Take your salads up a notch with these herbal additions. Add color, spice and extra vitamins and minerals.
Take your salads up even another notch with edible flower garnishes.