Live Microgreens Demonstrations List

This is a Live Microgreens Demonstration list, meaning a listing of all of the demos that Michael Simons has conducted at the Aiken County Farmers Market on behalf of NKBJ Microgreens, in reverse order by date. February 2020 January 2020 December 2019 November 2019
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Live Microgreens Demonstration on 2019-11-23: Spicy Salad

This video shows a Live Microgreens Demonstration that was done at the Aiken County Farmers Market on 2019-11-23, during which Michael Simons created a “Spicy Salad”.   Michael Simons is doing a LIVE Microgreens Demonstration, by making a “Spicy Salad”. The ingredients are: – Spicy Salad Microgreens Mix; – China Rose Radish Microgreens; and – […]
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Ice Chest for Home Subscription Program Members

Our home Subscription Program members need to supply an ice chest into which we will deliver microgreens and a reusable cold pack on delivery days. Why do we require an ice chest? Because microgreens are the nutrient dense seedlings of vegetables and herbs, they are delicate and need to be protected. Simply place your ice […]
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Need Herbs? Try This Alternative Instead…

Do you need herbs or prefer to use certain ones in your meals? A number of people have come by our booth at the Aiken County Farmers Market asking if we have specific herbs like basil or dill. While we may add specific herbs to those microgreens that we grow, we feel that you should […]
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Grown to Order

Unlike other agricultural crops, our microgreens are grown to order.   Like Food “Made to Order” at Restaurants In a manner very similar to restaurants which prepare food that is “made to order” — instead of being mass produced and left to age — we take great satisfaction in growing microgreens for our customers that […]
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Grown With Love – What Does It Mean?

“Grown with love in Aiken County, SC” is something that we here at NKBJ Microgreens say about our products. But what does that mean? You may be aware that plants respond to their environment and external stimuli. Although any microgreens grower can provide the right growing environment — including growing media, light and water — […]
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