Adding microgreens to your daily meals adds flavor and texture, making eating healthy fun!
Microgreens are convenient, with little to no prep necessary. This makes it easy to create beautiful dishes that everyone will enjoy.
Many varieties can be purchased at local stores, see home page for a list.
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Smaller leaves and less spicy than straight radish, a nice mix consisting of Broccoli, Kale, Radish, Purple Kohlrabi, Arugula, Red Cabbage & Mustard. This has a great flavor and makes a delightful salad in and of itself.
A delicate, non-spicy mix that brightens any meal.
Bright-red Amaranth really stands out among the Kale, Purple Kohlrabi, Arugula, Red Cabbage, Mustard, and Broccoli.
Another mix that can really elevate your salad, or be a tasty side all by itself.
This mix is BIG!
Contains Sunflower and Pea shoots, Radish, Arugula, Broccoli, Leeks, Kale, Kohlrabi, Red Cabbage, Giant Mustard, and Nasturtium… all the heavy hitters come out to play with this salad mix that’s packed with flavor and texture!
A mix especially for those who love adding microgreens to smoothies and juicing recipes!
‘Smoothie Booster‘ contains a mix of Broccoli, Sunflower, and Red Cabbage.
Broccoli is a nutritional powerhouse, well known for it’s health-promoting properties.
Sunflower offers a nutty crunch and slight sweetness.
Red Cabbage has a beautiful color and increases the sulforaphane content.
HIGH IN NUTRIENTS
Contain 4-40 times more nutrient density by weight than their fully-grown counterpart.
IMPROVE HEART HEALTH
Studies have shown microgreens may help reduce heart disease risk factors, such as weight, bad LDI, cholesterol & triglycerides.
Prevent the buildup of harmful free radicals associated with a reduced risk of heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Contain wider variety of polyphenols than their mature vegetable counterparts.
REDUCE CHRONIC DISEASE RISK
Veggie consumption is associated with the lower risk of certain cancers, inflammation, heart disease, diabetes & obesity. (Sources: NCBI, FASEB)