Microgreens are nutrient dense greens grown for only a week, for this reason, the greens rely on the nutrients provided from the seed rather than the soil. Microgreens are a great addition to a salad and pair well with any meal for a delicious nutrient boost. Some of our favorite ways to use microgreens include: pizza topper, smoothies, sandwiches, even straight from the container by the handful!
Amaranth: Attractive fuchsia stems and leaves. Mild, earthy flavor and unique color.
Arugula: Spicy, nutty flavor. Purple stems and dark-green leaves.
Broccoli: Mild broccoli flavor. Dark green leaves with long stems.
Basil: Shiny green leaves, traditional basil flavor. Nicely cupped, medium-green leaves. Excellent for adding Italian flavor to dishes, and more delicate visually than chopped, full-size basil leaves.
Cilantro: Intricate green leaves, cilantro flavor.
Kale: Textured leaves with purple stems. Mild kale flavor.
Mild Mix: This blend of mildly flavored brassicas contains broccoli, cabbage, kale, and kohlrabi. Mostly green with a touch of purple.
Mizuna: Deep color with mild mustard flavor. Slightly lobed, dark purple true leaves, dark purple cotyledons (first leaves), and light green or pink stems.
Spicy Mix: A colorful blend of red and green mustards with various textures. Spicy flavor.
Radish Shoots: A vibrant, mildly spicy blend of purple and green radish leaves with red, purple, and pink stems.
Pea Shoots: Mild, pea flavor. Pleasant, sweet flavor and may be used as garnishes and in salads, stir fries, or soups.
Sunflower Shoots: Mild, nutty flavor. Sunflower shoots can be eaten fresh, added to salads, used as a garnish, or used in a wide variety of dishes.