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How to grow microgreens : nature's own superfood / Fionna Hill.

By: Hill, Fionna, 1946-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : David Bateman, 2010Description: 107 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869537654.Other title: Microgreens.Subject(s): Seedling | Salad greens | Kitchen gardens -- New Zealand | Edible greens | Herb gardening -- New Zealand | Vegetables -- Seeds | Vegetable gardening -- New Zealand | Herb gardening | Vegetable gardening | Kitchen gardening | Cooking (Greens) | Salad vegetables | Container gardening | Sprouts | Raw foods | Kitchen gardensDDC classification: 635
Partial contents:
Introduction: Houseplants you can eat -- Growing microgreens -- Solving plant problems -- Nutrition -- Individual crops -- Children growing microgreens -- Recipes --Resources.
Introduction: Houseplants you can eat -- Growing microgreens -- Solving plant problems -- Nutrition -- Individual crops -- Children growing microgreens.
Includes glossary (p. 100-101), weights and measures (p. 102) and index (p. 105-106).
Includes index.
Summary: "How to grow microgreens provides detailed information - from planting to harvesting - for 25 popular varieties, along with recipes and ideas on how to use them. There are also chapters on troubleshooting, the nutritional value of microgreens and how to encourage children to grow and enjoy them" --Back cover.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

What's small, able to be grown on your windowsill and is bursting with flavour and goodness? Microgreens, the new superfood that everyone can grow! Microgreens - the tiny seedlings of herbs and vegetables - are today's hottest gourmet garnish, offering a multitude of colours, textures and distinct flavours, ranging from spicy, mild and subtle to hot or nutty. Larger than sprouts and smaller than baby salad greens, microgreens are fantastic for those with limited garden space as they are great to grow in containers on a terrace or windowsill. Immediate and practical, most varieties are ready in a week or so, and you can grow them in winter. As a bonus, as well as tasting great, nutritionally microgreens pack a powerful punch; they have been found to contain higher levels of concentrated active compounds than mature plants or seeds. This book describes how to successfully grow your own microgreens, with detailed information on 25 popular varieties, plus recipes.

Includes index.

New Zealand author.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 98) and index.

Introduction: Houseplants you can eat -- Growing microgreens -- Solving plant problems -- Nutrition -- Individual crops -- Children growing microgreens -- Recipes --Resources.

Introduction: Houseplants you can eat -- Growing microgreens -- Solving plant problems -- Nutrition -- Individual crops -- Children growing microgreens.

Includes glossary (p. 100-101), weights and measures (p. 102) and index (p. 105-106).

Includes index.

"How to grow microgreens provides detailed information - from planting to harvesting - for 25 popular varieties, along with recipes and ideas on how to use them. There are also chapters on troubleshooting, the nutritional value of microgreens and how to encourage children to grow and enjoy them" --Back cover.

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