A classic mix that consists of 2 or 3 varieties of microgreens – Sunflower, Pea and Beans
Graced with a nutty flavor and a crunchy texture, Sunflower microgreens are nothing short of awesome in sandwiches, soups, salads, scrambled eggs, and wraps. Both the leaves and the stems are edible. These greens are deliciously eaten as snacks on their own and can also help transform even the most ordinary of salads, sandwiches, or wraps into a presentation that is equally impressive and nourishing.
Pea microgreens taste much like full-grown peas and are known for being sweet, like snow peas. They’re full of vitamins that are anti-inflammatory and boost cardiovascular health. Pea microgreens have also been linked to weight loss, which is largely thanks to their fiber content (fiber is known to keep you full for longer).
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