Microgreens have a number of benefits depending on what type you’re eating. Including some big claims like reducing your cancer risk, lowering cholesterol, and more.
Microgreens are like baby plants. You harvest them just one to two weeks after they’ve germinated (started to grow out of their seeds).
Most microgreens are between one and three inches tall when they’re harvested.
They’re small, but microgreens are packed with a high concentration of nutrients and some varieties also offer an intense flavor.