From Acres USA Magazine, April 2018 issue - Itsy Bitsy Greens Pack Potent Punch - Find out all about growing microgreens, at least the way we are doing it, which is in respect with our philosophy of re-using, recycling, and re-purposing, while keeping our enterprise small and manageable.
From one of our regular customers, March 11, 2018: "Your sprouts sure brightened up this plate at Alder Wood Bistro the other night. I eat them every night at my house ... and then I go out to dinner ... and eat some more !
Sent to us in April 2017 by one of our regular customers: "The News about This Cancer-Killing Vegetable Just Keeps Getting Better", an article from CancerDefeated.com
From Connie, February 1, 2017
... we absolutely love and thoroughly enjoy your delicious, nutritious greens. I know it's a lot of work for you and Mike. We are most appreciative. You keep us happy and healthy. ... You provide an invaluable service to the community. We are fiercely loyal to you.
From Lauralee of Phoenixx Fibers, April 8, 2016
Oh my goodness! Thank you. I was just checking emails before i left to come over and get my greens. Wanted to let you know, Marshall esp. missed the one week of greens we didn't get and was so excited when we finally got more. We love 'em!
From Gary, December 2015
Hi Astrid.....thanks for those extra sprouts. I can't tell you how much I enjoy having fresh sprouts every week even through the winter. i'm going to have a good salad tonight!
From Rosalie Di Maggio, November 2015
Just want to say a huge thank you for the beautiful greens we had for our fund raiser dinner last Friday night. The salad was a huge success and the highlight for me of our 5 course dinner.
From The Sequim Gazette , May 13, 2015
What's new at the Market? Going ‘Itsy Bitsy’ with greens: New to the market this year, Michael Douglas and Astrid Raffinpeyloz are selling micro-greens, or “tiny vegetables.” These are not sprouts but the first leaves, called cotyledons, that seeds produce. Continue the article here.
From UPMC/University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences, April 19, 2015
Broccoli sprout extract protects against oral cancer in mice and proved tolerable in a small group of healthy human volunteers, the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI), partner with UPMC CancerCenter, announced today at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Continue the article here.
From Cari and Bruce, February, 2015
YUM! We love our itsy bitsies! We have been having them in our salads , on tortillas, in sandwiches, in wraps, on top of soup or dahl, and of course in our green drinks. More uses every week. Thank you!
From Pam Larsen, February 10, 2015
Greetings Michael and Astrid—I thank you from the bottom of my tummy for bringing your microgreens to Sequim. I’ve been working on improving my immune system and your nutritious microgreens came along at the perfect time! I thought you might be interested in knowing how I use them.
I got a little Black and Decker food chopper at the Co-op for about $15 and now I can make what for me is a breakfast and later-in-the-day salad that I look forward to. This morning I put frozen organic blueberries and strawberries from last year’s garden, organic carrots and green onion from this years garden plus organic celery into the chopper. After the “chopper” created nice chunks of nutrition from mature foods (today I also added avocado), I topped it off with your sunflower and spicy microgreens which are packed with tasty growth nutrients. Now I have what I think is a truly balanced way to stay healthy by mixing the different nutrients brought by mature and sprouted organic blends, and, I enjoy the texture and flavor a lot more than I did with a smoothie.—Many Thanks—Pam
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