Why Microgreens should be part of your new micronutrient superfood diet
- 4 Months ago
If you have been to a high-end restaurant lately, you may have noticed the tiny little greens used to garnish your meals and soups. Microgreens, as they are known are gaining rapid popularity for their intense flavor, rich color, and dense nutrition. Small is the new big!
These juvenile plants should not be confused with sprouts. While sprouts are germinating seedlings, microgreens are plants that are harvested at their cotyledon stage, when they are immature, with the baby set of 2 new leaves or the next set of 2 to 4 leaves, and just a few inches tall.