We use reusable containers that hold 10 ounces of microgreens. We charge a one-time $10 deposit on the container.
*Pictured here as our "Combo Box" - Spicy, Broccoli, Kale, Raddish and Sunnies*
With 50 times the cancer fighting power of their more mature equivalents, Kale microgreens are just as beneficial as they are delicious. Mildly peppery in flavour, nutty & rich. They are a great addition to a tofu scramble or stirred into cooked grains such as quinoa or rice.
Sunflower Seed "Sunnies" Microgreens
The seedlings contain about 25% protein. with 8 essential amino acids. , the following vitamins and minerals are present in varying amounts:
Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B15, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin F, Vitamin H, Vitamin K, Choline, Folic Acid, Inositol, PABA, Calcium, Cobalt, Copper, Flourine, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorous, Potassium, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium, Sulphur & Zinc.
Due to the enzymes that are activated during sprouting, the sprouts are more easily digested than the dry seeds… The sprouted greens are a richer source of vitamins than the dry seeds… Young leaves of sunflower lettuce are rich in cholorphyll. They have a surprisingly sweet and mild taste reminiscent of carrots. Add some of these sunflower microgreens to a salad or sandwich, or serve as a refreshing and nutritious side dish. These microgreens are full of fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals. . They make an excellent salad on their own, or just used as a garnish, sprinkled over a more conventional salad.
The leaves of pea shoots are tender and the stems offer a crisp texture and earthy aroma. Pea shoots have a nutty, sweet flavor similar to that of whole peas but slightly milder. They are often described as tasting like spring. Pea shoots are very high in Vitamin K, which is important for blood clotting and other body processes. They are also full of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and folic acid.
Radish microgreens are substantial and crunchy and taste exactly like radish. Makes a great addition to any salad, sandwich or garnish. Use sparingly for a radish accent.
They are loaded with Vitamins A, B, C, E, & K, folic acid, niacin, potassium, iron, phosphorus, pantothenic acid, calcium, magnesium, zinc, carotenes.
Did you know that broccoli has as much vitamin c as a lemon & twice as much as spinach?
It is also high in Vitamin A helps keep your eyes healthy and stave off glaucoma and other eye degenerative diseases. It also helps to promote healthy skin, break down urinary stones (a big issue with the summer heat and dehydration) and maintain healthy bones and teeth
It contains10-400 Xs the Sulforphane, which is a compound that helps to prevent cancer and fight any current cancer, than the adult plant!
Broccoli micros can be eaten raw, stir-fried or steamed. Put them in salads or piled on top of sandwich fillings. Make a wrap with them. Put them on tacos. Put them on top of your pizza, On top of eggs. You can add them to smoothies or make an entire salad with them. A dash of a low-calorie mayonnaise or a light vinegar dressing of your choice makes them truly delicious.
You will not lose the nutrient content by steaming your micros. You will best preserve the nutrients, though, if you do not cook the micros for long. If using the micros in a stir-fry, cook the micros over a very low heat and don't let them cook for more than a few minutes.
Spicy Salad Mix
This mix is a combination of broccoli,kale,vienna kohlrabi,argula,red acre cabbage,southern giant mustard
Arugula has a strong flavor with a distinct peppery quality, which comes from the fact that it is part of the mustard family. Arugula's flavor is best when consumed within 3-6 days of the time of harvest.
Nutrition Vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, and phosphorus
Flavor: A bold mustard flavor with spice
Nutrients: antioxidants, fiber, Vitamins A,C, E, and K
Filled with antioxidants,fiber, Vitamins A,C,and B complex,calciums,potassium & copper
Red Acre Cabbage
Vitamins C, K, E, beta-carotenes and iron