I would recommend against alfalfa sprouts (even when home sprouted) as fecal bacteria from manure can hide in the seed’s nooks and crannies and cause illness: Don’t Eat Raw Alfalfa Sprouts.
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USDA researchers recently published a study assessing the nutrition content of 25 commercially available microgreens, seedlings of vegetables and herbs that have gained popularity in upscale markets and restaurants.
Just a few inches tall, they boast intense flavors and vivid colors, but what about their nutritional content? We’ve known that baby spinach leaves, for example, have higher levels of phytonutrients than mature spinach leaves, but what about baby spinach–just a week or two old? ), possessing significantly higher nutrient densities than mature leaves.
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