We need to remind ourselves our mission is not just to make lots of money (mission not accomplished!) but to bring good, healthy food, to local people, educate on nutrition and how to incorporate microgreens and healthy foods into their diet. Above all, we champion the importance of supporting local growers, makers and entrepreneurs. It’s vital to the local community and economy
Healthy, colorful, tasty and quick snack perfect for your next group event, or watching a movie with the family.
Make ahead lunch or dinner super nutritious with roasted vegetables, quinoa and microgreens.
Here we go – cold and flu season 2018-19. I’ve heard it said, “Medicine is sick care. Food is healthcare.” True words. This recipe for ##DrinkGreentoHealth may just help you this winter with your “healthcare.” For the most part, I Keep reading
To our website visitors – normally I wouldn’t use this platform for something so personal, but today i wanted to share a little bit about the best man I’ve known – my Dad. I wrote a piece about his gardening Keep reading
A fresh, salad you’ll want to make often while fresh garden veggies and local berries are readily available. Make sure you have The Greensted Medley Salad Pack on hand. Print Recipe Season’s Best Microgreens Salad Take advantage of locally grown, Keep reading
Flu? Cold? Spring fever? This power-packed smoothie will get you going. Combining the best of three microgreens, with the sweetness of banana and mango, it’s a winner. The Cure-All provides vitamin C from the Pea shoots, folate, riboflavin, potassium and Keep reading
Haven’t pulled out that food processor for a while? Dust it off and mix up a batch of this flavorful pesto. You can mix this microgreen and kale pesto into your favorite pasta, spread it on pizza, add it to Keep reading
Microgreens have been used for a dozen or more years by chefs and culinary artists. Primarily seen as a “garnish” or bit of beauty or flavor pop on a plate, microgreens are emerging as a food and nutritious entity all Keep reading
It’s been a long Minnesota winter. Dean says it’s been a “normal” winter. Maybe all this snow and moisture will lead to a fantastic spring and summer garden growing season. Greensted has had many opportunities and fun this past couple Keep reading