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Cabbage microgreens have a beautiful purple color and a mild cabbage flavor. Some studies suggest these microgreens may help lower bad cholesterol! They contain vitamins C, K and E, beta-carotenes and iron.
Kohlrabi microgreens taste like a sweet broccoli. Kohlrabi microgreens contain vitamins C, B6, folic acid, and calcium.
These microgreens pack a punch of flavor! They have a horseradish taste that is pleasantly surprising. Wasabi mustard microgreens are high in antioxidants, fiber, vitamins A, C, E and K.
You have heard that kale is a super food... Kale microgreens are even more nutritious! Kale microgreens contains vitamins A, C and K, and are full of antioxidants that can help fight cancer. Put them on anything or use them in a smoothie! Your body will thank you.
Broccoli microgreens taste like adult broccoli, but is easier to digest. They have 40 times the amount of vitamins and minerals than their mature counterparts. High in vitamin C and minerals most people are deficient in.
Purple triton radish microgreens are the purple variety we offer. Radish microgreens are spicy like a radish root. They are high in B vitamins, vitamins A, K C, and E, iron, calcium, and folic acid. They also contain zinc that helps your immune system.
China Rose radish microgreens are spicy, and go great on sandwiches or in salads. Radish microgreens are high in B vitamins, vitamins A, K C, and E, iron, calcium, and folic acid. They also contain zinc that helps your immune system.
We were skeptical of rutabaga microgreens when we heard of them, but we really like them! While they are supposed to have a mild peppery flavor, they just taste mildly turnip-y to us.
We grow a variety of basils! Basils are high in calcium, vitamin A and K, potassium, and magnesium. They have been shown to lower blood sugar, prevent heart disease, and help with stress. Check with us to see what is available.
These taste like regular basil, but they have a unique purple color.
This is your classic green basil.
Thai basil is licorice-like and slightly spicy. It is widely used in southeastern Asian cuisine.
Lemon basil has a unique herbal, sweet lemon scent and flavor
This basil is a little spicier than normal basil, with a flavor similar to cinnamon.
Beet microgreens have the earthy taste of a beet root. They can add a pop of color to any dish. Beet microgreens have high levels of Vitamin B6, C, folic acid, and the minerals copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, and potassium. They also contain protein.
This show stopping microgreen has an earthy taste similar to beets. It is high in vitamin K, C, manganese, and folic acid. It's also high in beauty!
The great thing about cilantro microgreens is that every bit of them is edible. No cutting off tough stems and throwing them away! Cilantro contains vitamins A, C, and K, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, and phosphorus.
Dill microgreens have the dill flavor most people are familiar with. Put it as a garnish on deviled eggs, flavor your tuna salad, or add it to your fish! They contain iron, manganese, phosphorus, vitamins A and C, and calcium.
Sunflowers have a fresh, nutty taste that is great in a salad or on sandwiches. Particularly high in zinc, they also contain vitamin A, B, D and E, amino acids, calcium, and many other nutrients.
These new microgreens are one of our favorites! They taste like a fresh cucumber.
Snow pea microgreens have a fresh from the garden pea taste. Use them fresh or sauté them in butter and garlic for a tasty side dish. Snow pea microgreens contain vitamins A and C, folic acid, calcium, iron and fiber.
Lemon balm microgreens have a lemon scent and beautiful leaves. Try them for added flavor in your salads or in your hot tea. They contain vitamin C and thiamine. They are high in flavonoids, which can have an antioxidant effect.
Celery microgreens taste like celery without the annoying veins. They are great in potato salad, as a garnish, and any other way you might use them! Micro celery contains high levels of vitamins A, B, C and E and many other nutrients.
Arugula microgreens have a peppery flavor and make a great substitution for anything you would use lettuce on. They contain eight times the calcium, five times the vitamin A, C and K, and four times the iron of iceberg lettuce!
Sorrel microgreens have a distinctive lemon flavor that is great on fish. This tangy microgreen is high in vitamin A, C, folic acid, and a surprising amount of protein! 3 grams per cup!
These flavorful microgreens taste like a carrot root, but with the light, feathery texture. Carrot microgreens are high in potassium, Vitamins C and K.