Red Garnet Amaranth Microgreens
The western world knows amaranth as a grain,
although technically it’s not. What is less well known is that in many
countries, amaranth is grown as a leaf vegetable. The flavor is similar to
spinach, but a bit “earthier.” Amaranth microgreens will add depth and
heartiness to salads. University of Maryland research reveals that microgreens
of this variety are especially rich in phylloquinone, a form of Vitamin K that
helps support normal blood coagulation processes … and a vitamin that many
people don’t get nearly enough of!
Standard Arugula Microgreens
If you like arugula’s nutty flavor, you’ll love
the micro variety. It’s as versatile as regular arugula. If you want to try something
truly delicious, pile some on top of a slice of pizza. Really.
Genovese Basil Microgreens
If you like basil, you’ll love basil
microgreens. Bam! Talk about flavor! Toss this micro-basil with a plate of
pasta and some olive oil and garlic, and you’ll have one of life’s greatest
delicacies on your plate. Throw some into a salad to turn up the flavor. Use it
in dressings, as a garnish, and anywhere else you want robust flavor.
Detroit Dark Red Beet Microgreens
For people who don’t care for beets, have no
fear. Beet greens don’t taste like fully grown beets, and these microgreens are
even more nutrient dense than their mature counterpart. Use them anywhere you
would use greens of any kind.
De Ciccio Broccoli Microgreens
Broccoli has always been a nutritional
powerhouse, and broccoli microgreens are no different. The high concentration
of glucoraphanin has numerous health benefits. You’ll want to add these
delicious micros to every dish on your table.
Standard Cilantro Microgreens
University of Maryland research reveals that
cilantro microgreens have triple the beta carotene as regular
cilantro. In fact, they’re rich overall in carotenoids, including lutein,
zeaxanthin, and violaxanthin. Cilantro is a well-known detoxifier. If you like
cilantro, you’ll love the intense flavor of cilantro microgreens. When you cook
your survival rice and beans, be sure to pile on these cilantro microgreens for
superb flavor … and pumped-up nutrition!
Dwarf Blue Kale Microgreens
If regular kale is a nutritional powerhouse,
imagine what kale microgreens will do for you! And unlike regular kale, which
is tough and almost impossible to eat raw, micro-kale doesn’t require any
cooking. At the micro stage, it’s tender enough to eat raw.
Lettuce Mix Microgreens
You’ll want to grow plenty of lettuce
microgreens for those times when mature lettuces simply aren’t available. Best
of all, you get more nutrition per mouthful with these micros. Even if you
don’t have anything else to add to your salad, the flavors of micro-lettuce can
stand on their own.
Southern Giant Mustard Microgreens
If you like the tang of regular mustard greens, you’ll love
micro-mustard greens. Put them on the fork alongside traditional meats like
pork shoulder, or wild salmon, and you won’t believe the flavor!
Dwarf Gray Sugar Pea Microgreens
Crisp and tasty, these tender pea greens will
complement just about anything you can pair them with. Use as a garnish, toss
in with other greens for a salad, or blend some in your smoothie.
Champion Radish Microgreens
Mature radish greens can be prickly and the last
thing you want to eat. But not radish microgreens. Tender and packed with
nutrients, they’re a great addition to any dish. A University of Maryland study
revealed that radish microgreens are rich in Vitamin E tocopherols.
Small Seeded Sunflower Mix Microgreens
You’ll love the nutty flavor of sunflower
microgreens. Just two weeks from planting to harvest. Packed with minerals,
chlorophylls, enzymes, and even protein, no microgreens garden is complete