Radishes

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Compared to radish bulbs, radish microgreens are richer in nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, protein, enzymes, and antioxidants.

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Sunflowers

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Research shows that sunflower microgreens offer excellent nutritional and medicinal benefits.

Furthermore, sunflower microgreens are a substantial source of complete protein, meaning that they contain all building blocks needed to form the essential amino acids.

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Cabbage

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Radish microgreens are quickly becoming one of the most popular microgreens among chefs, "foodies," and home growers. Not only because of their crisp and bold flavor, but because radish microgreens are very nutritious. 

Compared to radish bulbs, radish microgreens are richer in nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, protein, enzymes, and antioxidants.

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Broccoli 

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Broccoli is high in sulforaphane. Broccoli microgreens sulforaphane is even higher and more potent than sprouts or mature broccoli.

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Spicy Salad Mix

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The Spicy Microgreen mix blends broccoli, kale, kolhrabi, arugula, red cabbage and mustard.

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Peas

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One cup of pea shoots provides about 35% the daily value of vitamin C and 15% the DV of vitamin A. In comparison, this is seven times as much vitamin C as blueberries and four times as much vitamin A as tomatoes. 

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