Micro greens are an easy and tasty way to get many of the vitamins and minerals your body needs.
Arugula micro greens are absolutely delicious! These are among the most flavorful micro greens, with a somewhat nutty, buttery yet slightly spicy, fresh and irresistible taste.
Great on Pizza! Arugula is high in calcium, contains Vitamins A and C, iron, and phosphorus.
Broccoli micro greens are favored for their health benefits, being a great source of sulforaphane - a cancer-fighting compound. More Vitamin C than most citrus fruits, as well as high Vitamin A and protein content.
They are also wonderfully mild, with a fresh broccoli or cabbage flavor that will take your sandwich to the next level! Also great in smoothies.
Purple Vienna Kohlrabi has stunningly beautiful purple stems and makes an excellent garnish. It makes a beautiful contrast on light colored plates, and elevates your egg-salad sandwich to gourmet status.
It is rich in iron and helps with blood health and anemia; it is also high in fiber and excellent for digestion.
Radish micro greens have lovely pink stems, with the spice we are accustomed to with radish. Use instead of sliced radish, as in salads, sandwiches and wraps. Radish greens are an excellent source of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, magnesium, iron, and calcium.
Sunflower micro greens are some of the mildest micro greens available, with a nice sweet, crunchy and deliciously nutty flavor. They make a great snack by itself, but are also a hearty addition to salads and sandwiches.
They are rich in protein and amino acids along with calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus and magnesium.
Wasabi mustard micro greens are not actual Japanese wasabi, but these micro greens taste just like it. These are our spiciest micro greens. Great in sushi rolls! They give a kick to your salad or sandwiches.
Wasabi mustard micro greens contain vitamins A, B, C, and K, as well as manganese, fiber, calcium, and beta-carotene.
A brightly colored mix of unique lettuces, it makes a flavorful and brilliant salad.
Amaranth is a high-protein micro green with stunning red and magenta tones. It's striking colors make it a great garnish or lovely addition to any meal.
In addition to being one of the most aromatic and tasty micro greens, basil is an important medicinal plant with a long list of health benefits:
Beet micro greens help maintain and grow healthy skin because of the many essential vitamins and minerals they contain. It's beautiful red stems make it a great garnish, and it's mild beet flavor works great in salads, soups and sandwiches.
Looking for cucumber micro greens? You've found it. Borage has a strong cucumber flavor, even though they are not related to cucumbers.
They contain omega-6 fatty acids, have high levels of Vitamin C and A, as well as carotenes.
Buckwheat micro greens are sizeable and add nice substance to your salad. They can even be a salad by themselves! They are tender-leafed with a mild flavor. Also great for sandwiches, smoothies, and garnish.
Buckwheat micro greens are high in protein, fiber, minerals, vitamins and anti-oxidants.
Cantaloupe micro greens taste slightly sweet with a hint of melon. A great addition to your salad that adds vitamin C, potassium, and carotenoids to support heart and eye health.
Rainbow Chard micro greens are the confetti of micro greens with their fun, multi-colored stems. Mild, slightly earthy flavor, they are great in salads, sandwiches and make an eye-catching garnish.
Chard is well known for its remarkable nutritional benefits. High level of antioxidants, which can lower the risk of chronic diseases, including cancer. Helps prevent high blood pressure and diabetes.
Cilantro micro-greens taste like their full-grown counterparts, and have the same health benefits in concentrated form. Powerful antioxidant that reduces free radicals, which aids in cancer prevention.
Nasturtium micro greens have beautiful blue-green leaves with pink stems. They range in size from a dime to a quarter and add a stunning look to your gourmet meals. The flavor starts out flowery and ends with a spicy, peppery bite.
Red veined sorrel is a visually striking micro green/baby green with an subtly tangy, lemony flavor.
It contains high levels of vitamin A and C, as well as many anti-oxidants and minerals.
Use it in salads and sandwiches, pair it with seafood, use it in soups and add it to your meals as a stunning garnish.
Wheat grass is often called a super food. It may have neuro-protective properties, improving cognitive functions and lowering your risk of conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.
The chlorophyll in wheat grass has antibacterial properties and can help heal infections. Studies also indicate that wheat grass can help lower cholesterol levels, reducing your risk of developing heart disease.
It has antioxidant properties which may help prevent cancer, and enzymes to help your body break down food and absorb nutrients. It is rich in vitamins and minerals.
Did you know that Barley grass provides all the essential amino acids, the building blocks for proteins in the body, making it one of the most nutrient-dense foods in the world.
A 50-gram serving of barley grass contains 13 grams of protein. Amino acids help repair muscles, blood vessels and bone marrow.
Barley grass is also rich in anti-oxidants, which help fight off free radicals that can damage your body.
Barley grass is high in Magnesium, Vitamins A and C. It is great for digestion, bone health and helps reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.
Clover improves bone health, reduces risk of prostate cancer, and increases blood flow. It also makes a beautiful addition to salads, soups, and as a garnish to any meal.
Our cat grass is a mixture of grasses, such as wheat, oat, barley, rye and sorghum. It is a popular digestive aid for cats and other animals. It provides a safe, healthy and fibrous snack for both cats and dogs. Cat grass provides roughage (indigestible fiber) which can assist with digestion and act as a laxative, helping move hairballs through the digestive tract.
Beautiful blue star-shaped flowers elevate your salads, drinks, ice-cubes, desserts, and dishes to another level.
Violas come in a variety of colors and make a stunning addition to your gourmet meal and drink creations.
Calendula has a number of health benefits and can be made into tea, salves and balms, as well as added to salads or other dishes.
Nasturtium flowers are often red or red-white, and both their flower and leaves are eye-catching additions to any dish.
Clear and durable in design, these degradable Containers are made from Eco-Friendly and renewable Polylactic Acid, a biodegradable and fully compostable resin made from corn starch.
In essence, the term veganic really has little to do with veganism beyond the fact that veganically derived farming methods exclude animal based fertilizers. This is probably a good thing given that most farm animals are exposed to pesticides and other chemicals and routinely given antibiotics and other drugs either directly or via their feed. The residue of these chemicals would likely show up in their manure.
Even many organic farms which use animal remains or waste as fertilizer may inadvertently expose crops to hormones, antibiotics, pesticides and other chemical residues. You see, the manure used on an organic farm is not required to be from an organically raised animal (although some organic farms do go the extra mile to ensure this is the case).
As you can see, the reason for using only plant based fertilizers on a veganic farm is to keep pathogens and contaminants away from crops. It is not because this agricultural method would be appealing to vegans.
The truth is, the idea is appealing to vegans and non-vegans alike!
In order to control what goes into our microgreens, we only grow on coco coir, because soil usually contains added animal-based, or chemical fertilizers. To feed our microgreens, we only give them kelp or ocean minerals and filtered water.