Increasingly popular over the last decade, microgreens have provided a way for everyone to be an organic farmer in their own home, even with limited space. Packed with concentrated nutrients and flavor, microgreens offer a means to get fresh home-grown produce into one’s diet year-round.
The initial reason for creating these greens was to provide a garnish for restaurant dishes. Even today, it is very common to find them adorning your dinner plate at a higher-priced establishment. Though this is one of the most common uses for them, many people enjoy both the flavor and the nutritional value of these greens.
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Originally from Annapolis, Maryland, Julia Winchester now makes Northern California her home where her hobbies include writing and organic vegetable and flower gardening.
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