25 Aug This is What You Should Do With Your Microgreens
Chilled corn soup with pig face bacon, popcorn, and UC-grown peashoots (Image via @Jun0k)One of the best things about social media is how easy it is to share photos with one another.
With it, we’ve been able to see what you all do with your Urban Cultivator-grown microgreens.
Like how the microgreens inspired these incredible dishes below (this is #foodporn at its finest, folks), we at Urban Cultivator have been inspired by these photos.
Check out what our users have been doing with their UC-grown microgreens below, and be sure to like us on Instagram and tag us and #freshnewworld in your photos so we can see what mouthwatering things you come up with!
Tuna tataki, mango salsa, avocado purée, orange, radish, and microgreens (Image via @varvaravolkk)
Cedar plank salmon with kale microgreens (Image via @mrsgsnj)
Açai, banana, berry, almond milk, broccoli microgreen, and peashoot blend topped with chia granola, bee pollen, coconut, and fresh pineapple (Image via @livingproduceaisle)
Tomato, spinach, and UC-grown basil microgreen frittata (Image via @urban_cultivator_norge)
Chicken confit, prosciutto crisps, crispy rice cakes, kimchi rémoulade, UC-grown sorrel (Image via @Jun0k)
Sesame cone with wine poached pear, blue cheese mousse, toasted pistachio, and UC-grown peashoots (Image via @samcaviglia)
Puff pastry, yam goats cheese puree, caramelized onion, cranberry jelly, crushed walnuts, and UC-grown basil (Image via @samcaviglia)
Roasted cherries + lemon honey + ricotta toast, avocado + furikake + fried egg + caviar toast, Provençal tuna melt + UC-grown radish. (Image via @_joyceng)
UC-grown Thai basil and lemon sables (Image via @cakesinabox)Want to start growing your fresh, nutritious, and delicious herbs and microgreens? Buy seeds and all Urban Cultivator accessories at our online store:
It’s a fresh new world—let’s make it a tasty one, too!