All About Dehydrated Organic Microgreens

Ever heard of dehydrated organic microgreens? No? Well, you’re in for a treat! Dehydrated organic microgreens are exactly what they sound like: tiny greens that have been carefully dehydrated to preserve their nutrients. These little gems are packed with flavor and nutrition, making them the perfect addition to any meal. Here’s everything you need to know about dehydrated organic microgreens.

What are Dehydrated Organic Microgreens?

Dehydrated organic microgreens are, quite simply, tiny greens that have been dried in order to preserve their nutrients. These miniature vegetables or herbs are usually no more than a few inches tall and are harvested just a few days after sprouting. Microgreens can be made from any type of green, including broccoli, radish, pea, kale, spinach, Swiss chard, and more.

Dehydrating vegetables is a process that removes the water from the vegetables or herb without damaging or altering their nutrient content. This can be done using a dehydrator (a machine specifically designed for this purpose), or by air-drying them.

Once the water has been removed, the vegetables or herbs can be stored for extended periods of time without spoiling. Unlike their fresh counterparts, dehydrated microgreens have a shelf life of up to five years—so you can stock up and have them on hand whenever the mood strikes. After dehydrating, microgreens can be ground into a powder or left with some structure. You can create any size flakes you like and use as you would any other dried herb or spice. Use them to flavor soups, sauces, smoothies, dips, or just about anything else you can think of.

The Benefits of Dehydrated Organic Microgreens

Dehydrated organic microgreens are an excellent source of nutrients. They are also incredibly flavorful and versatile, making them a great addition to any meal. Here are some of the main benefits of dehydrated organic microgreens:

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Nutrient Dense: Dehydrated organic microgreens are packed with nutrients. In fact, they can contain up to 40 times more vitamins and minerals than their full-grown counterparts!

Flavorful: Dehydrated organic microgreens have a concentrated flavor that is perfect for adding a punch of flavor to any dish.

Versatility: Dehydrated organic microgreens can be used in a wide variety of dishes, both sweet and savory. They can be added to soups and stews, used as a topping for salads or pasta dishes, or even baked into cookies and cakes!

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Shelf Life: Because they have had all of the water removed, dehydrated organic microgreens can be stored for long periods of time without spoiling.

Dehydrated Microgreens Spice Up Soups & Stews

Why You Should Be Eating Dehydrated Microgreens

Dehydrated microgreens are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as folic acid and other essential nutrients. They’re also rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals, compounds that have been shown to protect against heart disease, cancer, and other degenerative diseases. So not only do they taste great, but they’re good for you too!

Another benefit of dehydrated microgreens is that they’re extremely versatile. You can add them to just about anything and it’s easy to control the amount that you use.

Add Dehydrated Microgreens To Juices & Smoothies

You Call It!

Add a little or just go crazy for a real flavor explosion. The sky’s the limit!

Why We Began Dehydrating Our Microgreens

So Many Uses For Dehydrated Organic Microgreens

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We started dehydrating our microgreens for multiple reasons. We found that dehydrating was a perfect solution to maintaining a sustainable product. Microgreens are a considered a value added crop. High in nutritional content fresh or dehydrated, so instead of composting the unsold fresh microgreens we grow, dehydrating was a perfect solution. These tiny powerhouses take on a light weight packable form, perfect for camping and hiking. Their long shelf life when dehydrated is perfect for chefs and people that love to cook. Ramon is the cook in our household and he loves his spices. He uses our dehydrated microgreens on a regular basis when he makes spaghetti, stews, meat and vegetable dishes and soups. The dehydrated and fresh Daikon Radish is probably one of his favorites. Cuz, he is a spicy kinda guy! We have been juicing a lot so having organic microgreen powder to add is a an incredible vitamin, nutrient, fiber and protein boost. Our sunflower powder is hard to keep in stock, vegans love is high protein content. Sunflower microgreens are known for their protein and fiber content.

The benefits have been many for us and we believe that you will find the benefit in them as well!

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