While it is true leafy greens contain most of the nutrients required to maintain a healthy diet, imagine taking that same food quality and jam-packing into a smaller version. Enter, microgreens. All the important vitamins and minerals found in the larger versions of a vegetable are in the smaller microgreens, as well. Swiss chard is very high in vitamins K, A, and C, but many people do not enjoy its taste. The microgreen version adds a colorful and nutrient-packed punch to any salad. Beets are full of manganese and folate, and beet microgreens can be added to many dishes.
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