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All the flavor and nutrition of normal-sized greens packed into tiny ones.These small greens, also known as micro herbs or vegetable confetti, are rich in flavor and add a welcome splash of color and flavor to a variety of dishes. Despite their small size, they pack a nutritional punch, often containing higher nutrient levels than more mature vegetable greens. This makes them a good addition to any diet. Besides, you will turn a simple meal, like your morning eggs, into a very fancy experience.


Store microgreens in a plastic bag, in the refrigerator. Best eaten within a week. Please note that typically they don’t need to be washed, because they store better unwashed. If you choose to wash them, we suggest you use a spinner so you can be sure to get them truly dry.

Cooking Tips

Microgreens can be dressed and eaten on their own or tossed into any salad. They also make a beautiful and nutritious garnish to almost anything: soup, a grain salad, an omelette or a tartine/open-faced sandwich.


As a garnish:

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Vegan Samosa Shepherd’s Pie

Breakfast Tacos with Microgreens

Simple Carrot Soup


In a salad:

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Basic Vinaigrette

Vietnamese Summer Rolls with Dipping Sauce

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Citrus Vinaigrette

Lettuce, Beet & Egg Salad

Salad with Roasted Tomatoes and soft cheese

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Microgreens Pad Thai With Spicy Peanut Sauce

Charred rainbow beet + pistachio salad

Microgreen salad, chickpea croutons + Green Goddess dressing

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