Have you tried Microgreens?

Microgreens are young, edible plants harvested at an early growth stage, just after their first true leaves appear but before full maturity. They come in various varieties like arugula, radish, and mustard greens, adding intense flavor and texture to dishes.

Microgreens are not only delicious but also packed with nutrients, making them a popular choice in culinary creations. Their versatility and ease of cultivation have made them a sought-after ingredient for enhancing both taste and nutrition in meals.

Did you know that?

We irrigate our microgreens using KANGEN water!
Check out the links below to discover more about these tiny microgreens.

Microgreens cultivation.

Credits to YT: Epic Gardening
“This is the most comprehensive guide on how to grow microgreens I have ever produced. Follow along as I take you from seed selection and planting ALL the way through the growing process, including some tips on how to harvest, store, and use microgreens in your kitchen. “

Electrolysed water the future for agriculturea

Credits to YT: Euronews Next
“Electrolysed water is being hailed as the future for farming. The health industry are already using it as a sanitiser and now researchers in Tasmania say it could be a game changer for farmers. Electrolysed water is made by passing an electrical current through salt water to create sodium hydrochloride. Long used in hospitals as a germ killer, now researchers say it could have a variety of uses in agriculture.”

Six essential tools for planting microgreens.

Growing Trays or



Spray Bottle

Light Source

Scissors or
Harvesting Tool

Benifits of KANGEN water
to you body

Enhanced Nutrient Absorption

Kangen water, with its alkaline properties, may help improve the absorption of essential nutrients by the microgreens, promoting healthier and more vibrant growth

Balanced pH Levels

Kangen water can help maintain a stable pH level in the soil, creating an ideal environment for microgreens to thrive. This balanced pH can be particularly beneficial for sensitive plants.

Reduced Chemical Residue

Kangen water's filtration process may remove impurities and chemicals present in tap water, reducing the risk of harmful residues in the soil and on the microgreens, resulting in a cleaner and more eco-friendly cultivation method.

Here are some recipes!

Here are some mouthwatering microgreen-infused recipes!
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Microgreen Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette
Toss a mix of microgreens (e.g., arugula, radish, and pea shoots) with cherry tomatoes, cucumber, and sliced almonds. Drizzle with a lemon vinaigrette made from lemon juice, olive oil, honey, and Dijon mustard.
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Microgreen Pesto Pasta
Blend microgreens (such as basil and arugula), garlic, pine nuts, Parmesan cheese, and olive oil to make a vibrant pesto. Toss the pesto with your favorite cooked pasta and garnish with additional microgreens.
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Microgreen and Goat Cheese Omelette
Whisk eggs and pour them into a hot, greased pan. Add microgreens and crumbled goat cheese to one half of the omelette. Fold the omelette in half and cook until set.
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Microgreen and Avocado Toast
Spread mashed avocado on toasted whole-grain bread. Top with microgreens, sliced radishes, and a sprinkle of sea salt.
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Microgreen Sushi Rolls
Lay a sheet of nori on a sushi rolling mat. Spread sushi rice evenly over the nori, leaving a small border. Add microgreens, thinly sliced vegetables (like cucumber and carrot), and your choice of protein (e.g., cooked shrimp or tofu). Roll the sushi, slice into bite-sized pieces, and serve with soy sauce and wasabi.
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