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What are Microgreens?
Microgreens are tiny plants with their first set of true leaves. They are grown 10-14 days before harvesting.
Microgreens are tender, highly nutritious and packed with flavor. They are very versatile and can be used as a salad, to enhance meats and other main dishes, they make a wonderful sandwich topping and can also be used like herbs and seasonings to add flavor to soups, sauces and other dishes.
Are Microgreens the same as sprouts?
Microgreens differ from sprouts in a number of ways. Microgreens are grown several days longer. They are cut and packaged without the roots. Microgreens are harvested at the ideal stage where flavor and nutritional value are at their peak.
What types of plants are grown as Microgreens?
Many types of greens are grown as Microgreens. Mustards, cress, beets, herbs, chard, broccoli, and carrots have been successfully grown to the microgreen stage. Other vegetables and greens can also be grown. Blended together they make a wonderful salad. Individually they provide many opportunities to add excitement to your favorite dishes.