Pea, Foxy Microgreens seeds
All you need to know about Pea Foxy, microgreens seeds
Pea Foxy microgreens are our petite powerhouse! These tiny seeds may be small but they pack a punch - with an impressive germination rate of 91%. And we have it formally confirmed.
If you're looking for smaller or more uniform growth than Pea, Frilly and Pea, Jumbo varieties offer, Pea Foxy is the perfect fit. Pea Foxy has smaller seeds than any other pea variety in MP Seeds offer, which gives you more abundant harvest from the same tray.
Taste and look of Pea Foxy microgreens:
Pea foxy microgreens are known for their vibrant green color, curly tendrils, and delicate appearance. They are quite appealing to the eye, with their lush green leaves and curly tendrils which add an attractive and artistic touch to dishes, making them a popular choice for restaurant chefs for garnishes.
What are pea tendrils and is it the same as pea shoots?
Pea Shoots: These typically refer to the entire young, tender above-ground parts of the pea plant, including both the stems and leaves. This broader definition encompasses not only the curly tendrils but also the straight stems and attached leaves.
Pea Tendrils: In this context, "tendrils" specifically refer to the curly, thin, and coiled parts of the young pea plant, often resembling delicate spirals. This term may be used to differentiate the curly, slender parts from the straight stems and broader leaves.
It's important to note that the terminology can vary, and different regions or individuals might use these terms differently. The choice of whether to refer to the entire young pea plant as "pea shoots" or to specifically mention "pea tendrils" for the curly parts can depend on local conventions, culinary preferences, and communication within a particular culinary or gardening community.
Coming back to the pea foxy. In terms of taste, it have a fresh and nutty flavor profile. Their taste is often described as mild and slightly sweet, with a hint of pea-like essence.
Their crisp texture and vibrant appearance make pea foxy microgreens not only visually appealing but also a delightful addition to a wide range of culinary creations.
These microgreens can add a refreshing and crunchy element to salads, sandwiches, and various dishes, making them a favorite choice among chefs and home cooks alike.
How to grow Pea Foxy microgreens step-by-step:
Looking for succulent, crispy Pea, Foxy microgreens? Here's the trick:
- Soak your seeds in water from 8-12 hours, sow them
- and wait 6 days during germination period.
- For best results when harvesting after 13 to 17 days of growing, store dried plants into containers to make them last longer!
- Fertilizer is not needed while they grow.
- Pea is great to grow on hydroponics system, but then you need to remember to add fertilizer.
- Always Use watering techniques at bottom level only.
- If you don't see quick enough growth or need extra crunchy texture try reducing light exposure levels which will give a kick start effect on speedy producing better quality greens for great tasting harvest yields!
Can you use any pea seeds for microgreens cultivation?
Variety: Choose pea varieties specifically bred for microgreen production or those known for their tenderness and flavor. Additionally you can choose to grow pea shoots with or without tendrils. Varieties like Pea Taiga (with tendrils), or Pea Dunn (without tendrils) are often recommended for microgreens because they produce tender shoots and have good flavor.
Quality: Ensure that the pea seeds you use of high quality, fresh, free from disease, and have a high germination rate. Like this from us! This will increase your chances of a successful microgreen crop.
Untreated: It's preferable to use untreated pea seeds for microgreens to avoid any potential chemical residues in your crop. Like this ones from MP SEEDS!
Consider Microgreen Seed Suppliers: There are seed suppliers that specialize in providing seeds specifically for microgreen production. These seeds are selected and tested for optimal results in terms of flavor, texture, and growth rate. Like ours!
Pea is good as microgreen to grow for the beginner microgreener, however it is not the fastest growing one, so you need to have patient for that.
Health benefits of Pea Foxy:
Pea microgreens are a great source of dietary fiber, Protein, vitamins A, C, and K, as well as minerals such as Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Zinc. Eating Pea microgreens can help to boost energy levels and improve overall health.
The antioxidants in pea microgreens have been linked to reducing inflammation in the body and protecting against some types of cancers. The vitamin A content helps to strengthen the immune system while vitamin C is necessary for healthy skin and vision. Additionally pea microgreens are an excellent source of Iron which helps to fight off fatigue and protect against anemia.
The potassium content helps to regulate blood pressure while magnesium helps relax muscles and keep bones strong. Adding Pea microgreens to your diet can also help with digestion since they contain prebiotics that encourage beneficial bacteria growth in the gut.
Culinary usage of Pea Foxy:
Pea microgreens can be incorporated into a variety of recipes including:
Salads: Pea foxy microgreens are often used in salads to provide a crisp and refreshing element. They pair well with mixed greens, herbs, and various salad dressings. Their mild, nutty flavor can enhance the overall taste of the salad.
Sandwiches: Add a handful of pea foxy microgreens to your sandwiches, wraps, or burgers. They not only contribute a pleasing crunch but also introduce a subtle, fresh taste that complements other ingredients.
Garnish: Use pea foxy microgreens as a garnish to decorate your dishes, from soups and appetizers to main courses. Their curly tendrils and vibrant green color can elevate the visual appeal of your culinary creations.
Stir-Fries: Add pea foxy microgreens to stir-fries or sautés near the end of cooking for a burst of color and flavor. Their mild taste won't overpower the dish but will enhance its overall freshness.
Rice and Grain Bowls: Top rice or grain bowls with pea foxy microgreens for a nutritious and visually appealing touch. They can be an excellent addition to grain-based salads as well.
Omelets and Scrambles: Sprinkle pea foxy microgreens on omelets, scrambled eggs, or frittatas for added texture and a hint of freshness.
Creamy Soups: Float a few pea foxy microgreens on top of creamy soups, such as pea soup or potato leek soup, to provide a pleasant contrast in texture and taste.
Sushi and Sashimi: Use pea foxy shoots as a garnish for sushi rolls or sashimi platters. They can enhance the presentation and provide a subtle crunch.
Crostini: Create elegant crostini by spreading goat cheese or cream cheese on toasted baguette slices and topping them with pea foxy microgreens and a drizzle of honey or balsamic reduction.
Remember that pea foxy microgreens are delicate, so it's best to add them to dishes just before serving to maintain their freshness and texture.
Can I eat Pea Foxy shoots raw?
Yes! To maximize the nutritional benefits from pea microgreens it is best to eat them fresh or lightly steamed as cooking them too long may diminish their nutrient content. Pea microgreens are not only delicious but also full of essential nutrients that can support good health and wellbeing.
Are you looking for high-quality pea microgreens seeds in bulk?
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|Seed Category:||Microgreens Seeds|
|Latin Name:||Pisum sativum|
|Seed count per gram:||13 seeds|
|Sow density 10x20 tray:||250 grams|
|Sprout in low temp.:||Yes|
|Soaking:||Yes 8-12 hours|
|Blackout Time:||5 days|
|Total growing time:||16 days|
|Taste:||Fresh, Slightly nutty and sweet|
|Nutrition benefits:||A, C, B12|
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