- Whisk together two egg whites and 2 tsp of milk.
- Add mixture to a skillet with a light coat of cooking spray
- Cook them over medium to low heat
- Add some salt and pepper to the egg while cooking
- Flip the egg over when the bottom looks cooked
- Once the other side is done, transfer it to a plate fill it with sliced avocado, crumbled goat cheese, and some fresh microgreens and fold it in half.
North Shore MicroFresh
Eating microgreens is always good for you. Buy microgreens locally from North Shore MicroFresh and you’re guaranteed freshness because it’s harvested the morning of delivery! That also means your microgreens are grown near you. And they’re healthy because microgreens are loaded with nutrients such as potassium, iron, zinc, magnesium and copper. Microgreens are also a great source of beneficial plant compounds like antioxidants.
North Shore MicroFresh is determined to be environmentally conscious. Our product is hyperlocal, grown on the North Shore of Massachusetts uses very little water to grow microgreens and we produce less than one bag of trash for the landfill. The used soil is brought weekly to Black Earth in Manchester in Manchester for composting.
Electricity? We have great news here, too! First, the provider we use via National Grid, Constellation, produces its electricity from wind farms in Pennsylvania so there’s no pollution released into the air.
Best of all, North Shore MicroFresh will use an electric car, the Chevy Bolt, which will be used for deliveries. No gas, no pollution, no oil!
We deliver to your home or office, and offer an excellent variety of products which you can see at www.nsmicrofresh.com.
Keep in mind that microgreens are a super versatile food that you can incorporate into your diet in a bunch of different ways. They don’t just add an extra pop of color to your dishes, but they taste great too! Add microgreens to your salads or wraps for some extra crunch.
They’re great blended into smoothies and juices as well. Wheatgrass and broccoli microgreens are especially popular for juicing, and they’re a healthy way to start off your day.
You can sprinkle some microgreens on a garnish in almost any dish. Try them on top of pizzas, soups, curries, omelets, stir fries, pasta, and other hot dishes.
Combine a few types of microgreens together like arugula, pea shoots, sunflowers, and beets and you have a colorful and tasty salad that’s full of nutrition all on its own!
Look up microgreens recipes to see all the great ways to add them to your salads, sandwiches, soups, omelets and more!
Weekly, throughout the year, have your microgreens delivered each week. Remember, when you wonder if there’s somewhere to buy microgreens near me, the answer is yes!