We are growing a total of 19 different microgreens all winter long in our apartment. We also have a subscription service for people living in the Flathead Valley for the winter months so you can get fresh greens all winter. We sell our microgreens live in order to get all the extra nutrients that are packed into these little plants. Once a plant is cut, it begins to lose nutrients by the hour. What you get in the stores is not as healthy as cutting them fresh to put on your food. We also sell a microgreen kit so you can grow your own. Check it out at http://geckomountainfarm.com
Since we have been eating microgreens on a daily basis, we have not had a cold or flu. My husband has been able to reduce his blood pressure meds by half. We love all the flavors we grow so far. And we put microgreens on everything, such as: pasta dishes, salads, sandwiches, hotdogs/hamburgers, soups, breakfast burritos, wraps/rolls, oatmeal, and my husband puts sunflower shoots on his ice cream. Of course, sunflower and snow pea, I love to just eat by themselves. You can make everything healthy by putting microgreens on them! Microgreens we grow are broccoli, basil, leek, kale, cabbage, arugula, mustard, radish, sunflower, snow pea, cilantro, sorrel, buckwheat, nasturtium, beet, basic mix, spicy mix, swiss chard, and wheatgrass. Microgreens are a great way to get all the nutrients your body needs in a delicious way.