True leaves microgreens have been in use for many years, far longer than many people realize (if they even realize what a true leaves micro green is in the first place, that is). In fact, true leaves microgreens and other types and varieties of microgreens have been in use in the restaurant industry for as many as thirty years, an impressive total of three full decades. True leaves micro green varieties, as well as a number of edible flowers, allow for simple dishes to become elevated, and are a staple feature of fine dining. True leaves micro greens and organic micro greens allow fine dining to become more fine than ever before, adding a splash of sometimes much needed color to any given plate, delighting adults and children alike.
And fine dining is on the rise, in part thanks to the use of true leaves micro greens throughout the industry. While a fine dining experience is not necessarily cheap – on average, more than twenty eight dollars per each person who embarks on a fine dining experience and sometimes far more than that, though this will depend on the restaurant you attend and the location of the restaurant itself – many decide that it is far worth the experience of enjoying exquisite and uniquely created food, often plated using true leaves micro greens. In households that are financially comfortable, fine dining is common, and these households with an average yearly income of one hundred thousand dollars or (in the case of the lucky few) even more per year actually make up just more than thirty five percent of the customer base for fine dining in the United States. And the popularity of fine dining restaurants is growing on a continuous basis, up as much as three percent in recent years, even in just the past one year alone and this branch of the restaurant industry is a particularly lucrative one, making up as much as ten percent of the entire earnings of the whole restaurant industry of the United States, and has found success in other countries all around the entirety of the rest of the world as well.
But if true leaves micro greens are to be used in the fine dining industry and in such restaurants all across the country, it is hugely important that they are not only stored correctly, but that only the best true leaves micro greens are actually used. Thankfully, there is a way that we score micro greens that makes them easier to judge and, then, to use. A score of one means that the quality of the true leaves micro green is not good, but a quality score of five, the highest score currently possible, means that the true leaves micro greens that are being inspected are of a very high quality. If a true leaves micro green gets a score that is less than that of a three, then the true leaves micro greens will not be able to be used in a restaurant or even sold in stores. This helps to maintain the overall quality of the true leaves micro greens that do make it through this relatively rigorous screening process.
Micro greens must also be stored and cared for in a very particular way. They should be kept in their own sealed container in a fridge, and should never be frozen but should also not be left at room temperature. This fridge that they are stored in should be kept at a temperature that is no lower than thirty eight degrees Fahrenheit, but the fridge should not exceed forty degrees Fahrenheit. Ideally, they should be kept at just more than thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit.
True leaves micro greens are most certainly an important part of the restaurant industry, particularly that of the fine dining sector of the restaurant world of the United States. These micro greens have been around for a long time – as long as thirty years at the time that this article has been written. Micro greens are a crucial part of what we eat, and will remain so.