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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…)
Petite microgreens have been increasingly used over the past 20 to 30 years, especially in upscale restaurants. Fine dining restaurants make up about 10% of total American restaurant sales, and those sales have been up 3% over the past year. This means that while only a small segment of the population has had regular exposure to this specialty produce product, the exposure has been steadily increasing. Petite microgreens are now becoming far more mainstream, which has led to some confusion as to what a microgreen actually is and how it should be used.
What are Microgreens?