microgreens recipes

Microgreens Business Plan

From Seed to Success: How a Microgreens Business Plan Can Help You

A microgreens business plan is a comprehensive document outlining a microgreens business’s goals, strategies, and financial projections. A well-written microgreens business plan can help you, a farmer or entrepreneur, to secure funding, gain market share, attract potential partners, and to guide your decision-making process.

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Does Liquid Fertilizer Affect the Flavor of Microgreens? Find Out!

Does Liquid Fertilizer Affect the Flavor of Microgreens? Find Out!

Will liquid fertilizer make the microgreens taste bad? Some liquid fertilizers can be high in salts, affecting microgreens’ flavor and texture. However, liquid fertilizers can enhance microgreens’ flavor if used correctly and in moderation by providing the nutrients necessary for healthy growth. Choosing a high-quality liquid fertilizer and following the recommended dilution rates is essential. Additionally, it’s an excellent idea to taste-test your microgreens periodically to ensure they maintain their desired flavor profile.

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Cabbage Microgreens Nutrition

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.

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Marigold Microgreens: The Vision-Boosting Powers of This Orange Autumn Flower

Marigold Microgreens: The Vision-Boosting Powers of This Orange Autumn Flower

Marigold microgreens are a variety of edible orange autumn flowers used for centuries to make herbal teas. They contain two vital and rare carotenoids, lutein and zeaxanthin, that are vision detoxifiers of an eye-damaging kind of oxygenation called reactive oxygenated species or ROS toxins.

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Microgreens Recipes for Every Day of the Week

Day 1 BREAKFAST Berry-Kefir Smoothie with beet microgreens, raspberries, blueberries, and banana LUNCH Green Salad with Pita Bread & Hummus DINNER Mexican tacos with meatless beef in tomato sauce SNACK Peanut Butter Chia Seed Toast Day 2 BREAKFAST Cinnamon-Rolled Overnight Oats LUNCH Buddha bowl Asian salad with Tofu DINNER Homemade Southwestern Mexican Quinoa Salad with [...]
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15 Microgreens Recipes From Around The World

15 Microgreens Dishes: National Recipes From Around The World

We created this microgreens recipe post to celebrate 15 countries worldwide whose residents visited our site, bought our books, or subscribed to our newsletter.

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Basil Microgreens Herbal Tea

How to Make the Perfect Cup of Microgreens Tea in 6 Steps

I’m finding myself drinking more tea as it gets colder. And I thought I’d experiment a little with some microgreens tea blends. I wanted to share five of these blends with you.

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Can You Cook Microgreens

Beyond The Decorations: Cooking With Microgreens

Are you new to microgreens and wondering, “can you cook microgreens?”
Are you tired of using microgreens to “enhance” salads or as edible garnishes to embellish a wide variety of other dishes?
I created this post to give you everything you need on how to cook microgreens.

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