Too often, microgreens are characterized as sprouts, which is simply not accurate. It helps to detail important distinctions between sprouts and microgreens in order to avoid any such confusion. Sprouts, unlike microgreens, can pose a health risk. Microgreens are not processed in the water and therefore don’t carry the same health risks. Microgreen seeds are planted and grown in soil or a soil substitute such as peat moss or other fibrous materials. We grow our microgreens in our indoor cultivation farm that has pinpoint control over all aspects of our growing environment! l, with low humidity and natural fresh air. That’s one of the ways Interstellar Microgreen’s leaf shapes, tastes, textures and colors are kept so delicious, with culinary and health benefits that speak for themselves: they’re grown in ideal conditions. What’s more, our team has taken pains to minimize its carbon footprint in the process and with a CommitmentToThePlanet has succeeded in doing exactly that. You might just say it’s how we go green.
Commonly grown varieties of Microgreens include: Amaranth, Arugula, Beets, Basil, Cabbage, Celery, Chard, Chervil, Cilantro, Cress, Fennel, Kale, Mustard, Parsley, Radish, and Sorrel. At Interstellar Microgreen, we proudly offer all of the above, and then some!
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21 Brayton St Unit 8
West Warwick, RI 02893
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