Timeless Foods is excited to offer organic, farm fresh microgreens to our lineup of organic foods. Our Hippocates Microgreen Bunch is grown locally here in organic, Las Vegas greenhouse.
**Microgreens only available to Las Vegas customers at this time**
Choose Will Call/Pickup at checkout and we will confirm a pickup location for you at one of our convenient locations.
With Love & Co at Downtown Summerlin
Joie's Healthy Crunch Store (Decatur & Flamingo)
Henderson, NV 89074 (Stephanie/215)
Because of the nature of our microgreens being perishable, we will only deliver on the day of harvest to ensure you have a true farm to table experience.
Our blend consists of:
Micro Red Cabbage
Micro Dijon Mustard
Micro Purple Radish
If you choose the Spicy Blend, we include Micro Wasabi Mustard in the mix.
How do you use microgreens?
Juice them, throw them in your smoothie, add them to your salad, put them in your pasta dishes, sandwiches, in salads, on tacos, pizza, soups, anywhere you'd put lettuce or sprouts.
This blend of micgreens is a powerhouse for your nutrtion and health and wellness plan. Despite their small size, they pack a nutritional punch, often containing higher nutrient levels than more mature vegetable greens. This makes them a good addition to any diet.
Microgreens are packed with nutrients. While their nutrient contents vary slightly, most varieties tend to be rich in potassium, iron, zinc, magnesium and copper.
Microgreens are also a great source of beneficial plant compounds like antioxidants.
What’s more, their nutrient content is concentrated, which means that they often contain higher vitamin, mineral and antioxidant levels than the same quantity of mature greens.
In fact, research comparing microgreens to more mature greens reports that nutrient levels in microgreens can be up to nine times higher than those found in mature greens (5).
Research also shows that they contain a wider variety of polyphenols and other antioxidants than their mature counterparts.
One study measured vitamin and antioxidant concentrations in 25 commercially available microgreens. These levels were then compared to levels recorded in the USDA National Nutrient Database for mature leaves.