Definition of microgreen
: a very small, young, and tender edible leaf (as of mustard, radish, mint, or lettuce)
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Go for the tofu, sprouts, microgreens and basil from Alaska Sprouts; corn- and soy-free chicken and duck eggs are also available.
A: My ideal weekend would be a day of golfing at a fantastic golf course in San Diego, dinner out at any of the incredible restaurants that serve our microgreens, then go out dancing.
The first of Olalia’s adobo bowls, this was a study in color: the deep orange-pink of salmon, the Mountain Violet rice — cooked in coconut — an obsidian black, bright red chiles, pink watermelon radishes and vibrant threads of microgreens.
Urban Produce became profitable earlier this year partly by focusing on specialty crops such as microgreens—
Selling: Heirloom tomato, vegetable, microgreen plants, kids’ activities, food for sale, flowers, grains, cookbooks, tee-shirts.
Along with an array of tomatoes, eggplants and peppers, the San Mateo and San Francisco Master Gardeners will be offering strawberries, herbs, microgreens and pumpkins.
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