Cilantro microgreens were richest in terms of lutein and beta-carotene. “All of these nutrients are extremely important for skin, eyes, and fighting cancer and have all sorts of benefits associated with them,” says researcher Gene Lester, PhD, of the USDA.Aug 31, 2012

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Cilantro

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  • This one is way more floaral in taste than it's full-grown counterparts.

    This one goes good in  any salad, eggs, tacos, and soup! Also great in Thai and other Latin Food.

  • How to Care for your micro greens.

    Unfortunately not all refidgerators are created equal. Some  seem to create more condensation thatn others. The key to keeping just about all veg fresh is to keep it in tupperware(I hear glass works best.) or a seperate comapartment of the fridge. In the case of microgreens, I find a dry papper towel at the bottom of your tupperware acts  as a great place to strore them. I also find putting them in the crisper helps that much more. The thinner microgreens like broccoli, cilantro, cabbage, radish etc. have a hard time if the fridge is on too low of a setting. Not to mention if your fridge is anything like mine, it may have areas that are cooler than others as well.

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