Wednesday August 12, 2020

The Good Life: Any green will do

Those microscopic bits of lettuce you find on top of your burger have more to offer than just trendy good looks.

27th January, 2013
'It's a great project for getting kids interested in growing food, as well as being handy for those of us with short attention spans'.

Those microscopic bits of lettuce you find on top of your burger have more to offer than just trendy good looks.

Hip eateries have been using microgreens as fancy garnish for years now, but these tiny greens add flavour and nutrients to a meal while being quick and easy to grow at home.

Microgreens are simply tender, young seedlings of a variety of plants, such as lettuces, herbs and many vegetables, which are picked soon...

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