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      Nutritional benefits of favabean micro-greens

      The fava is rich in nutrients, vitamins and minerals, including:

      - protein;

      - fats (saturated and polyunsaturated);

      - carbohydrates;

      - sodium;

      - potassium;

      - iron;

      - copper;

      - selenium;

      - vitamin A, B1 (thiamin), C and D;

      Fava provides an excellent all-round source of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, vitamins and minerals.

      It is one of the best food sources of magnesium.

      Taste and use of broad bean microgreens

      Fava beans are juicy and have a vaguely acidic taste. They go well with cheeses and also with cured meats and grilled white meats.

      In salads they can be used as the main ingredient, or to accompany tuna or small leaf plants. They can also be used in fresh sauces with avocado or cooked in a range of pasta and other cooked dishes.

      For a great pasta dish, quickly sauté some fava beans with a little oil and onion, serving with spaghetti.