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A Guide to Microgreens: Seasonal Produce with Huge Health Benefits

This article tells you all about microgreens and their many benefits, so if you're looking for food that's nutritious AND delicious, then keep reading!

Microgreens are made up of young sprouts of various vegetables, herbs, and flowers. They are harvested when the plant is still immature and unrooted. They offer a wide range of health benefits, including high levels of nutrients like vitamins A, C, K, folate, potassium and magnesium.

Microgreens can be eaten raw or cooked. They can be used in salads or as toppings for sandwiches or burgers; they can also be blended into smoothies with other vegetables for added flavor and nutrition.

Some common microgreens that you might find in your local grocery store include baby spinach (not the same as mature spinach), watercress (usually sold in bunches), arugula (sometimes called "rocket" greens; these are peppery.

The Benefits of Microgreens in Your Diet

Microgreens are plants with a very short growing period. They are most often grown indoors or in an area that is protected from harsh weather conditions.

The benefits of microgreens include their high nutrient content, better taste, and more appealing appearance compared to traditional vegetables. This type of produce is usually used in salads, sandwiches, omelets, soups, and smoothies.

Some people plant them as decorative indoor plants because they look good on tables and shelves.

How to Grow Microgreens Indoors

Microgreens are small, young plants with edible leaves and stems. They grow quickly and can be harvested in about 2 weeks.

There are many ways to grow microgreens indoors, but they need different amounts of light, water, temperature and humidity to thrive. For best results growing microgreens indoors, you will need the right setup before starting.

The goal is to provide just enough light for healthy plant growth without over-exposing them to the sun's rays most of the day.

To create an environment that meets these needs indoors, read on for a guide on how you can grow your own greens at home!

Why You Should Be Eating More Micro-Greens in 2021

We are always looking for ways to make our lives better and healthier. Which is why we need to change the way we eat. In 2021, you should be eating more micro-greens!

Micro-greens are a type of sprouts that have been grown from seeds that have been germinated for a short period of time. They have a higher concentration of nutrients than any other plant food in the world.

Check out our previous blog for the step-by-step guide to growing your very own microgreens at home!

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