Flavor: Fresh, mild broccoli or cabbage flavor
Uses: Great as a garnish or addition to any salad.
Cooking: Best eaten without cooking.
Preparation: Perform a gentle wash and take care not to bruise the microgreen.
Nutrients: Vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, and phosphorus
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