Buy locally. If you can, shop at farmers' markets or farm stands.Take your time. Handpicking items one by one instead of grabbing a plastic or netted bag doesn't cost more -- and the bags often include smaller, inferior produce.Avoid prefab. While convenient, bagged salads and precut produce are not as fresh. It takes only a few minutes to ready your own and the results are worth it.
This is perfect! We could do a design like this, turned horizontally, in a brighter green color, with white veins. Then my business name in hand-written style across the top "Wild Greens" and below it in smaller handwritten font "Health & Nutrition Consulting". LOVE
Beyond Baby Spinach: Study Says Microgreens Are The New Nutritional Powerhouse. Baby spinach and baby lettuce are de rigeur in every grocery store, but a new study says that even younger greens might give us more nutritional benefits. Enter microgreens. These tiny leaves that are less than 14 days old can provide people with lots and lots of nutrients, possibly even more than baby or full-size varieties of leafy greens. /Blisstree