What are Microgreens?

And why should I be eating them?

The Greeny Details About Microgreens

Microgreens are tiny, immature versions of vegetables, herbs, and other plants, harvested within two weeks after germination, with the stem and leaves still attached.
The difference between Microgreens and sprouts is that sprouts are usually grown without soil, and harvested within 3-4 days.
Our Microgreens on the other hand are grown in the soil for up to two weeks so they have extra nutrients, up to 40x more in fact. They're also  capable of packing quite a punch of antioxidants.

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