Although introduced into the high-end restaurant scene in the 1980’s, Microgreens have only recently been gaining in popularity. Rich in flavor, color, and unique texture, culinary professionals are seeking to incorporate them into their dishes.
One of the reasons for their growing popularity is due to the health benefits of microgreens. By mass, microgreens contain up to 40 times the amount of nutrients than their full-grown counterparts.
These highly-aromatic greens are popular on soups, sandwiches, as a garnish on a steak, in a salad, and is a popular ingredient in juicing due to their nutrient-dense nature.
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