Red Garnet Amaranth Microgreens
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The western world knows amaranth as a grain,
although technically it’s not. What is less well known is that in many
countries, amaranth is grown as a leaf vegetable. The flavor is similar to
spinach, but a bit “earthier.” Amaranth microgreens will add depth and
heartiness to salads. University of Maryland research reveals that microgreens
of this variety are especially rich in phylloquinone, a form of Vitamin K that
helps support normal blood coagulation processes … and a vitamin that many
people don’t get nearly enough of!
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