Salad Burnet edible leaves seeds
Take a bite out of the earthy, nutty goodness and subtle cucumber taste! Salad burnet is an edible leaf you may not be familiar with that offers something entirely new to any kitchen. Restaurant chefs loves to use it as basil substitute! Its delicate leaves have a beautiful bright green coloration and serrated edges - perfect for salads or as garnish on your favorite dish.
Salad burnet is an edible delight for the patient gardener - a microgreen that grows best on coco soil (not coco mats), requiring no soaking of seeds and sprouting in as little as 10 days. Yet it's worth the wait. With 3 weeks to full maturity of baby leaves. Salad Burnet offers delectable flavor that makes every harvest special.
Nutrition facts and usage:
Salad Burnet is an edible plant with a long history of medicinal usage. In addition to its healing properties, like other microgreens it provides numerous nutritional benefits such as vitamin A and other essential carbohydrates and proteins. It can be used in many creative ways that include topping salads or sandwiches for extra flavor, infusing gin tonic drinks, lemonades or sparkling water with cucumber taste, adding herbs like basil & oregano to create dressings - the possibilities are endless! Moreover you could use this herb instead of basil give recipes a unique twist. All these amazing features surely make Salad Burnet worth trying out today!
lat. Sanguisorba Minor
avg. 80 seeds/gram