Flavor: Mild, Slightly Sweet
Uses: Use it as you would a normal Lettuce in a salad or as a sandwich topper.
Cooking: Recommended to not cook these and add to dish as is.
Preparation: Perform a gentle wash and take care not to bruise the microgreen.
Nutrients: Vitamins C, E and K, folic acid and fiber
Information: This microgreen is grown from a lettuce seed pack available at True Leaf Market.
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