Shungiku microgreens seeds - also known as edible Chrysanthemum is new, promising variety in MP Seeds offer
Shungiku, also known as Chrysanthemum coronarium in Latin language, is a truly special delicacy from Asia that offers the perfect balance between sweet and sour flavours. Shungiku has many names as “Kikuna” in western Japan and “tong hao” in Chinese. With its serrated leafes adding an extra zing to every bite with a hint of spiciness - this delicious lettuce-tasting vegetable has been enjoyed by many cultures around the world more and more nowadays!
Growing Shungiku microgreens is easy and fast! You don't need to soak the seeds beforehand, just let them germinate for 4-5 days then enjoy 6-8 days of growing before you can get cotyledons. If that isn't enough time simply extend it a bit longer until they will develop first true leaves!
Nutrition facts and usage:
MP SEEDS Shungiku is a nutritious and tasty green vegetable typically found in Asian cuisine. A delicious addition to any meal, this micro green can be used as garnish, side dish or even for sushi! It's also low-cal at just 22 calories per 100g - though it certainly packs a nutritional punch with vitamins A, C, E, K, B6 and B12 all accounted for. Hotpot anyone?
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