Vail chef: ‘Everything is better with microgreens’

21st April, 2015 by

By caramie schnell

In the High Country, springtime can be a tough season to grow in. Warm sunny days followed by a frost the next morning tends to discourage whichever small sprouts have bravely managed to shoot up from the ground. However, there are ways to grow some greens this month that will be fresh to eat well before summertime. The answer to our spring season gardening woes is microgreens: tiny plants that don’t scrimp on taste. GROWING AT HOMEMicrogreens are the next stage for a plant after it sprouts. They’re basically what Muppet Babies was to the original Muppet variety show from …

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