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In the United States, fine dining has become a phenomenon. In fact, in the United States individuals spend around $28.55 on a meal in a fine dining establishment. Additionally, as more Americans experience dining in an upscale restaurant, sales are rising for this industry. The most important segment of this phenomenon is the new lifestyle it is creating. This lifestyle is one of documenting the food one consumes, and also attempting to recreate the masterpieces. There are groups online that document their meals using photos. Some of these groups have 300,000 photos of dishes! If you enjoy the fine dining experience, want to document your meals, or recreate the ones you’ve consumed, here are the accents you need for your next dish.
Microgreens: A History, And What Is It
First, let’s begin with microgreens. Microgreens are tiny edible greens. They come from a young vegetable, herb, or various plants. The reason they are called tiny or minuscule is simply beco (more…)
If you’re looking for the perfect accent to spice up a meal but you keep coming up dry, it might be time to consider microgreens.
What Are Microgreens?
Microgreens consist of tiny vegetable greens around 1-3 inches tall that are used to add both taste and decoration to a fine dining spread. They’ve been used in high-end restaurants for years to enhance the appearance, texture and taste of special dishes.
Microgreen leaves come in a variety of flavors that range from sweet to spicy and also differ widely in texture and color. These variances often depend on what vegetable, herb or other plant the microgreen was originally harvested from.
The average microgreen crop time from seeding to harvest is 10-14 days, and some microgreens are sold rooted in soil while they (more…)