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How to Boost Flavor in Dishes By Using 8 Kinds of Microgreens (Sprouts)



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Microgreens, once found primarily on fancy restaurant plates, have recently become more widely available in specialty stores and supermarkets. They are the first early, tiny shoots of herbs, lettuces, or other greens. Some of the most common options are arugula, beet greens, cilantro, basil, mustard greens, or salad mix varieties.

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