Fenugreek organic seeds for microgreens
Hippocrates and Socrates knew and appreciated fenugreek.
In our country it is also known as Greek hay - introduced in the 9th century initially as feed for animals. Meanwhile, it is considered a remedy from Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine.
Fenugreek seed for microgreens contains various bitter substances, tannins / saponins , plant hormones and essential oils. The taste of these seedlings is very tart and bitter. They go very well with Indian dishes , but they can also be combined with Asian things.
best to rinse the seeds thoroughly with clean water before sowing. You can accelerate germination by soaking the seeds beforehand for about 8 hours.
The fenugreek organic seeds then scattered densely , but not lying on top of each other , distribute . Spray the soil well with a pressurized spray bottle
3-5 days at 18-20 °C
germination and growth are promoted by a bright location , either place them in the sun or under light
harvest after 10-15 days - ideally when the second pair of leaves starts to develop , for harvesting it is best to use a sharp knife or scissors
with the small baby plants many dishes can be refined in taste and appearance. Use microgreens as a healthy decoration on any dish, be it in a salad, on a sandwich
on sandwiches, as a garnish to meat, addition to wraps, preparation in casseroles, mixed in smoothies... There are no limits to your imagination.
|Age rating||No age restriction|
|Net weight||100 g|
Fenugreek - organic seeds for microgreens
Fenugreek organic seeds for microgreens Hippocrates and Socrates knew and appreciated fenugreek. In our country it is also known as Greek hay - introduced in the 9th century initially as feed for animals.
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