As gardeners, we are passionate about the microgreens we produce. Not only do we enjoy growing microgreens for local restaurants and chefs, but we also strive to help educate everyone on what microgreens are and what makes them so nutritious.
Microgreens are harvested just after germination they are still packed with the nutrients they need in order to grow. Microgreens also absorb the added nutrients from the soil in which they are being grown. This makes then both a colorful garnish and nutritious ingredient to add to your menu,
You might not realize that microgreens and sprouts are two totally different things though both are commonly used by chefs in restaurants as a garnish on a dish, in salads, in soups, or on sandwiches. Learn the differences between sprouts and microgreens recognize what sets them apart from one another.