When my friend Stephen told me a few months ago to come by and try some incredible microgreens, I said, “What the heck are microgreens?” He said, “Come on over, you’ll see.” I was curious, changed my plans, and popped over for dinner.
The Ultimate Guide to Cabbage Microgreens Nutrition including Nutrition Data, Facts, Info, and Recipes
Cabbage microgreens, especially red cabbage, have more vitamin C than an orange and 40 times more vitamin E than a cabbage. Cabbage microgreens’ benefits include supporting blood clotting and building bones, preventing calcification or hardening of heart arteries, protecting the body from free radicals, and reducing the risk of chronic diseases.
Microgreens grow to one to three inches in height. They are small and come in various robust flavors, bright colors, and crunchy tastes. They are the tender, immature seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs with two developed embryonic leaves. They are young plants that haven’t grown to maturity. They offer a powerhouse of nutrition.
How could I be talking about connoisseur coffee and arugula microgreens in the same sentence? Let’s do some math. One pound of the very best coffee in the world will cost you USD 70 ex shipping. One pound (16 one-ounce boxes) of arugula microgreens will set you back USD 107! “What?!” you say.
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What makes microgreens so nutritious? Can microgreens give my body immunity? Can microgreens be the superfood that can help reverse my chronic ailments?
Here is why, along with research-backed information to help you integrate super microgreens into your everyday nutrition.
Have you ever shredded carrots to make muffins, carrot cake, or just a fancy addition to your latest dish?
Shredded carrots look like confetti, don’t they?
And carrots are bright orange, yes?
Don’t you want to know why carrot microgreens don’t look anything like carrots or strings of carrot confetti?
Recently, a friend of mine created a spicy shrimp pasta salad with an edible flower called nasturtium, which got me thinking about nasturtium microgreens. I created this post to let you know what I learned about one of the most nutrient-rich plants on earth.
The Ultimate Guide to Broccoli Microgreens Nutrition including Nutrition Data, Facts, Info, and Recipes
Broccoli microgreens are healthy, more potent than sprouts or mature broccoli, with health benefits and nutritional value, like sulforaphane that fights cancer.
I was talking with my cousin Geoff the other day about the health benefits of microgreens, and he asked me, “What are ten microgreens for raising healthy rabbits?
My wife Tracey just started this new Keto diet, and she asked me, “Are microgreens keto-friendly?”
That was the question she posed one evening on our daily one-mile walk. Of course, even though I had been growing microgreens for over 3 months, I had no clue. But I wondered, “if microgreens were Keto-friendly, I could be on to something.”
I’d been sharing my thoughts about microgreens nutrition with my neighbor Doug, and yesterday we were on our daily walk when he asked me, “how much microgreens to eat per day?” That’s an excellent question, I thought.