Eat them alone or add to any dish to add a boost of flavor, concentrated nutrients, us as a garnish, there are so many different ways you can incorporate microgreens into your diet.
Tastes just like broccoli but more nutritious!
Light tasting with hints of broccoli and kale. This is perfect to add to any dish or even to make a more nutritious smoothie!
Mild Earthy cabbage taste
The bold taste of cilantro and radish give this mixture just the right flavor, similar to pico de gallo.
A touch of coriander flavor as the cilantro develops!
Tastes just like a sunflower seed with a nutty finish.
Taste like a pea.
Hot..but not too hot. Perks up most meals!
Unlike its name its mild heat brings a bit of spicy bliss. *Spicy*
The heat hints of wasabi then fades to a mild heat. *Spicy*
Changes as you chew - complex heat combo with a hint of Wasabi. *Spicy*
An earthy start with a warm finish. *Spicy*
You've never had lettuce like this...unless you've had CGF lettuce...
Large, sweet leaves - perfect for wraps and sandwiches
Romaine flavor, with a serious crunch!
Velvety smooth with a deep, subtle sweetness
Velvety smooth like green butter, more subtle sweetness
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People always ask how I got into growing microgreens and hydroponics…
In 2016, my neighbor and I decided to grow more of our own food. We were well on our way when I got word I was going back to Iraq and maybe to Syria. In Syria, I saw trucks full of fresh vegetables...grown in the summer in the Syrian desert...that was it - I knew I could do this! A friend told me about microgreens and after a little research - I was in.
Now I have brought that same dream to Wilmington. My goal is to provide heathy, tasty foods that better the community. Eating healthy doesn’t have to be a sacrifice, it can be really fun and taste good all at the same time! Come by for a sample and let me prove that healthy food can be easy and full of flavor!