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Sage - Fresh
  • Sage microgreens, like their mature counterpart, have a distinctive flavor profile that is herbaceous, slightly peppery, and often described as earthy. Here's a breakdown of their texture, taste, uses in cooking, and nutritional values:

    • Texture: Sage microgreens typically have delicate and tender leaves with a soft, yet slightly crunchy texture. The stems are usually not as fibrous as they would be in mature sage.

    • Taste: The taste of sage microgreens is concentrated and can be described as a milder version of mature sage. The flavor is herbaceous, with subtle hints of pepper and earthiness. It adds a fresh and aromatic element to dishes without the intensity of fully grown sage.

    • Uses in Cooking:

      • Garnish: Sage microgreens make an excellent garnish for a variety of dishes, adding both visual appeal and a burst of fresh flavor.
      • Salads: Toss them into salads to enhance the herbaceous notes and provide a unique texture.
      • Sandwiches: Add a layer of sage microgreens to sandwiches or wraps for a fresh and aromatic touch.
      • Soups and Stews: Sprinkle sage microgreens on top of soups or stews just before serving to elevate the overall taste.
    • Nutritional Values: Microgreens, in general, are known to be nutrient-dense compared to their mature counterparts. While specific nutritional values can vary based on growing conditions and other factors, microgreens, including sage microgreens, are often rich in:

      • Vitamins: Such as vitamin C, vitamin K, and various B vitamins.
      • Minerals: Including calcium, iron, magnesium, and potassium.
      • Antioxidants: These help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.

    Sage - Fresh

    SKU: MF56
    PriceFrom €2.90
    Sales Tax Included
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