A microgreen is a young seedling of edible herbs and vegetables used to add texture and flavor to meals, garnish for visual enhancement, and as a nutrition supplement.
No. Unlike sprouts, microgreens require soil for growth. In contrast, sprouts can be grown in a water bowl on your counter. The embryonic stage of seeds is called a sprout. Sprouts and germination are synonymous.
Microgreens are a superfood filled with nutritional value with significantly higher nutrient densities than mature plants, carrying tremendous health benefits.
– Amaranth – Arugula – Basil – Beet – Broccoli – Celery – Chard