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Serving microgreens alongside (or on top) of any dish is a great way to add a few more vitamins and minerals to your balanced diet. However, since they have so much flavor, only a small amount of microgreens are usually needed. A tiny microgreen salad may not replace a big healthy garden salad for fiber content and volume, but it still packs a nutritional punch

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Edible sprouts, such as alfalfa sprouts and bean sprouts, have been around for a long time (although it's harder to find raw sprouts these days due to outbreaks of foodborne illness due to the consumption of uncooked sprouts). Microgreens and sprouts may look similar but there are some differences between the two.

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Hydroponics refers to the method of growing virtually any plant without having to embed them into the soil. If the water supplied to a plant already contains the necessary material and the plants are secured by another method or material, the soil is said to be unnecessary. Interest in hydroponics increased in the 20th century as they gained interest on other large scale agricultural operations. Hydroponics does not need pesticides and they pose no threat to humans.

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Microgreens are a trending topic these days. Are they all they're cracked up to be? As a grower myself, I was interested to find out the truth.

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