How to Eat Microgreens
Microgreens serve as a delicious component of any salad, sandwich, or wrap. Take your cooking and make it cuisine with microgreens as garnish.
Microgreen Breakfast Salad
Here's how a few of our customers prepared their microgreens.
Eggplant and Kale Microgreens and Sambar Spice
Our intern Jackie topped her sauteed eggplants from our farmstand with sambar spice and our fresh kale microgreens.
Edible Flower Cake Garnish
Instagram user @scrambled.sam used our edible flowers as a lovely finishing touch to her pecan and candied ginger carrot cake with cardamom cream cheese frosting. Thank you Sam for sharing your beautiful cake!
Spicy Manipuri Salad
Instagram user @liberatedstate used our pea shoots in a spicy manipuri salad made with toasted perilla, carrots, chives, red cabbage, and spicy green chili mash. Thanks for sharing this photo!
Gluten-Free Pasta, Microgreens, and Veggies
Our intern Charlotte paired gluten-free brown rice pasta with a sauteed veggie mix of peppers, tomato, japanese eggplant, garlic, and shallots, adorned with broccoli microgreens.
Buttered Toast with Mushrooms and Microgreens
Our customer Angelina topped off her classic buttered toast with yummy sauteed mushrooms and our kale, broccoli and sunflower microgreens.