Create Your Best Summer Salad Yet With Microgreens!

Written by Ron. Posted in Crystallized rose, Microgreens mixology, Organic microgreens

Uses for crystallized rose petals

Are you looking for a way to liven up your cooking? Maybe you want to add some excitement to your typically boring weeknight dinners, or perhaps you are hosting a dinner party and want to impress your guests. No matter what your reasoning might be, if you are looking for a simple way to jazz up the next plate of food you serve, you might want to consider using micro green varieties. Below are just three of the ways that you can easily use organic micro greens in your next dish:

1. Salads - It is summer: the time of year where the hot weather is making people crave a cool, crisp salad. Adding microgreens and micro herbs is a great way to make sure the salad you ar

The Difference Between Sprouts, Microgreens and Baby Greens

Written by Ron. Posted in Edible lavender flowers, Organic microgreens, Varieties of edible flowers

Uses for crystallized viola

If someone says something about organic micro greens, if you’ve never really heard anything about them you probably just think that they are some sort of vegetable. If you know a little bit, then the first thing you might think of when talking about organic micro greens is that they are the infant version of a regular vegetable or a sprout. However, microgreens are definitely not the same thing as small veggies or sprouts. They look different, taste different and even the way that they are grow is different.

Sprouts
Sprouts are seeds to. However, they are germinated seeds. That means that the seed is basically asleep and once it wakes up, it becomes a live plant. The nutrients are used