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 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

Microgreen is the New Black

Written by Ron. Posted in Micro herbs, Sugar flowers for wedding cakes, Varieties of edible flowers

Micro basil

Included in the over 100 types of commonly known garden flowers known for consumption purposes, organic micro greens are small but mighty. Eaten and enjoyed for the past 20-30 years, these edible flowers are tasty additions to make your plate look wonderful.
This specialty produce is found most frequently in fine dining restaurants. Seeing how households with income of $100,000 or higher are responsible for 36% of the total spending on food away from home, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an easy way to take a taste an organic micro green is to pop over to a restaurant near you. On average, the cost of eating out is $28.55, a little price to pay to experiment with your palate.