Archive for March, 2017

Microgreens The Vegetable Craze That’s Sweeping The Nation

Written by Eat Organic. Posted in Herb tops rosemary, Microgreens in mixology

Edible flower petals
Food has become more than just something we enjoy or something we need. It’s become an art form, and not a cheap one at that. On average the fine dining cost in the U.S. per person is $28.55, though of course meals can get much more expensive. When a person is paying that much for their food, they don’t just want it to taste good; they want it to be made with the best quality ingredients, and they want to see it arranged in a way that is aesthetically pleasing. Fine dining establishments are now hiring chefs that don’t just view their jobs as jobs, but as passion projects. Part of this means keeping up to date on all the trends when it comes to food. In recent years, specialty pr

Everything You Need to Know About Organic Micro Greens

Written by Eat Organic. Posted in Edible flowers, Micro mint lime, Organicmicro greens recipes

Organic herb crystals

You can be forgiven if you are not sure what to make about some speciality produce. You may have seen organic micro greens at the store and not known what they are or how they can add to the meals you prepare for your family. Organic micro greens may be growing in popularity now but this is a recent development in the culinary arts. This is probably not something you grew up eating. Here are some facts about the tasty and colorful pants.

  • Organic micro greens got their start in the San Francisco Bay Area. In the 1980s, chefs in the San Francisco area began using organic micro greens in their dishes. In the beginning, the only microgreens that were being used were beets, kale, cilantro and