Microgreens are smaller than "baby greens". They are grown in soil for a shorter period of time. Because of their short growing season, they don't use as much water as plants that need to grow for longer periods of time, and we are sure Mother Earth appreciates that
Why you need to eat Microgreens?
They are EASY to make your meals with, not to mention they taste amazing, and are incredibly versatile. They can be used in your egg omelet, your avocado toast, or thrown in your morning smoothie. For lunch and dinner, you can create a beautiful salad, or simply add them to soup, or sandwiches. These are just a few ideas,we want you to get creative with them.
Big Health benefits come in small bites
Studies have shown Microgreens are incredibly nutritious, having more nutrition than their full grown plant counterparts. Microgreens are full of nutrients and fiber, this will give your body the nutrition it needs to stay healthy, energetic, and feeling full longer.
Microgreens vs. Sprouts
Microgreens are grown in soil, while Sprouts are grown in water. Because Microgreens are not grown in water, they have a lower risk of growing mold, which in turn expands their life span, yet another reason to love our Microgreens.