If you like munching on seedlings, consider directing your palate toward microgreens. These tiny vegetables burst with rich, leafy flavors ranging from spicy to sweet, and their nutritional power exceeds that of the adult plants.
Use them as garnish, sprinkle them onto salads and soups, add them to sandwiches or blend them into smoothies. A handful goes a long way.
“There are more and more health-conscious people who have already learned there are great nutritional advantages to microgreens,” said Dan Fosso, who operates Whidbey Microgreens in Oak Harbor, Washington. Besides, microgreens simply taste good, he said, and are increasingly . . .