I really like curled cress and arugula, they have an interesting peppery taste. Mustard greens are fun and have zing also. Radish and kale have probably been the easiest for me. Cilantro is my kids’ fav.
I have some buckwheat seeds I never got around to planting outside, I didn’t even think of growing them as micros. Thanks for the idea, I will use them that way.
I watched a lot of youtubes about growing micros and for a while the trend seemed to be corn shoots. Those were the only ones I didn’t like. They taste sweet to me, and they are like thick blades of grass so I’m not sure how to eat them.
And yes, it is so nice to have those fresh greens when it’s frozen outside.
@thepodpiper I bought from True leaf market.
I buy in bulk to save on shipping costs. The seeds last me a good while. They sell a purple radish variety that is fun to throw in to the mix for color. I have saved seed from mustard greens to use for micros, mustard is so prolific and easy to harvest. Something to consider.