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      Nutritional benefits of beet microgreens

      Aside from being low in calories, as they contain mostly water, these beet microgreens also provide the benefit of some vital nutrients including vitamin A which is present in a higher concentration in the leaves than the beet. This beet also contains folic acid and has antioxidant properties. Magnesium and potassium are also present in these beets.

      Taste and use of beet microgreens

      The beets can lose its flavour with harsh cooking. This is why many people prefer to eat it raw. It adds colour and crunch to a salad and is perfect to use when adding a little extra to a sandwich.

      The leaves can be cooked in water for about twenty minutes then filtered out, leaving a drink.

      If these beets are cooked they should be boiled or steamed, using as little water as possible. This helps to preserve the flavour so the result is delicious food that looks good and is full of nutrients.

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 11 reviews
      Taste as great as they look

      These Microgreens provide a stunning aesthetic to dishes. A little more attention needed during growing compared with some other Microgreens but well worth the effort.

      claudio bortolamai

      Tutto di grande qualità! Spedizione veloce.

      silvia s.

      sono entusiasta, ho fatto il mio primo ordine come neofita del mondo dei germogli. ne ho presi un sacco e devo ancora provarli tutti, e con molta pazienza sto capendo come funzionano i semi mucillaginosi. i non-mucillaginosi sono piuttosto semplici da capire, seguendo le indicazioni messe a disposizione e osservando con un po di attenzione, alla fine i semi germogliano da soli ;)
      Complimenti a Ramon, si vede che ha in mano un'azienda nata dalla passione!

      Paolo Masaraki

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