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Here at Total Microgreens, we are always asked these questions? 

1. What are Microgreens?

Answer: Microgreens are plants that are harvested in the cotyledon state, typically 6-10days after germination. Microgreens contain a higher amount of vitamins, minerals and polyphenols than their fully mature counterparts.


2. What are the benefits of eating microgreens?

Answer:   Several studies have demonstrated the high level of phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that microgreens contain. Microgreens are also rich in enzymes, which enable them to be more easily digested. 

3. Can you eat microgreens raw?

Answer:  Sprouts and microgreens are best eaten raw, as they lose their vitality, as well as precious water-soluble vitamins and enzymes, when cooked.


Microgreen Facts:

Microgreens  delicate, fresh appearance adds beauty and dimension combined with a range of distinct flavor elements.... In addition, we regularly introduce new and exciting Microgreen varieties to the culinary world.


Why should you eat Microgreens?

Micro greens are tiny vegetable greens consisting of a single central stem with fully-developed seed leaves and small, partially developed true leaves. They are cut just above the soil level and used to enhance the taste, health and freshness of food in gourmet restaurants. They are high nutritious and contain health-promoting and disease preventing properties.


Why you need Microgreens in your life.

Microgreens are more concentrated in important nutrients including vitamin C, beta-carotene and vitamin K than their grown-up counterparts... Since they're harvested before hitting maturity, they still have the abundance of nutrients and antioxidants they need to finish growing into full-blown plants.

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