MicroGreens can also be grown at home on your kitchen counter; they have an intense flavor and high nutritional value that exceeds that of sprouts and baby greens. Being harvested so early in their growth cycle, they create very tender, flavorful stems and leaves, which are superb in salads, on hors d'oeuvres, on sandwiches, or as a powerful additive garnish. As a bonus, many MicroGreens can be easily grown from seed and ready for eating within a week.
If you are just getting started, you might want to check out one of our MicroGreen starter kits or other MicroGreen supplies. You don't need a kit to get started, but we have tested these products and they worked best in our trials. You might also be interested in"Microgreens" by Eric Franks & Jasmine Richardson. This is a great book to get you started and the photos alone are worth the price.