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New: Wheatgrass is a great superfood for blending into smoothies.  I suggest this refreshing shamrock smoothie recipe since mint hides the flavor of wheatgrass.

What are microgreens?

Microgreens are baby plants, harvested when they are about 2" tall. 

What do they taste like?
They taste like mild baby versions of the grown-up plant.

How are microgreens different than sprouts?
Sprouts are seeds that are germinated in water and eaten with the seed, root, and shoot.  Microgreens are grown in soil and only the above-ground portion is harvested and eaten.

Why should I eat them?

Vitamins and nutrients are much more concentrated in microgreens than they are in regular vegetables.  So a small serving of microgreens will supply just as much if not more nutrition than a larger portion of regular veggies. 
For example:

  • Radish microgreens have 6 times as much vitamin C as regular radishes.
  • Pea microgreens have 10 times as much Vitamin K as regular peas. 

Think of it like sprinkling vitamin confetti on your food!

What do you do with them?

Recycling: No need to return the clamshells; we do not reuse them.