We’re so glad you stopped in. What is The Greensted? Technically, it means “green place.” We grow microgreens, salad greens, green peppers, cucumbers all kinds of green things. We use “green” practices – you know, sustainable, regenerative, organic practices. All the buzz things. But make no mistake, our marketing color theme, is navy blue. That’s important. Keep reading
This recipe is EASY and CRISPY. 5 ingredients, 5 minutes prep!
Radishes are loaded with vitamins A, B6, C, E and K; they have potassium, fiber, antioxidants, magnesium, copper and iron.
Low carb, Gluten-free and paleo friendly
These cinnamon sugar radish chips are an easy and fun way to make use of fresh radishes! Perfect served over Greek yogurt with honey, atop salads, or snacking.
In Italy, Caprese salad is called “Insalata Caprese.” Translated “Salad of Capri.”
White Mozzarella cheese, fresh red tomatoes and green microgreens reflect the colors of the Italian Flag. Make this quick salad for lunch or as a side to dinner. The best in summer flavors!
Growing on news
Lots going on at #Thegreensted. This is our first year putting our rented land into “real” vegetable market gardening production. It’s very exciting! It’s a lot of work! We have 2 acres of previously commercially farmed land. We’ve cover cropped it for the last 2 years building up the dead dirt into beautiful, regenerated soil. This year, year 3, we’re putting a third of an acre into production. What does that even mean?
Read more here.
Wonderful, fresh and easy appetizer.
Welcome to our very FIRST Newsletter – VERDANT.
The word Verdant is derived from the Old French word for green, vert, which in turn is from Latin virēre, meaning “to be green.” The word also means green with vegetation; covered with growing plants or grass.