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Red Cabbage microgreens are red cabbage seeds grown organically from heirloom seeds that are non-GMO.


Grown past the sprout phase, they can be easily added to any salads and smoothies.  You can add them as finishing details to your boring dishes and give them a dash of color. They can be sprinkled over soups, stews grilled veggies and even meat dishes.  They can also be mixed into salads along with a variety of other microgreens.


Red cabbage complements well with citrus, nuts, garlic, shelling beans, mushrooms, ginger, fennel, shallots, apples, avocados, farro, quinoa, meats such as chicken, beef, and sausage, eggs, cheeses, and even light-bodied vinegar. Yes, you have a lot of options to enjoy your red cabbage microgreens.


Grown to order - please allow up to 10 days for your red cabbage microgreens to be ready for delivery.

Red Cabbage - 2oz

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  • The nutrients in microgreens are more concentrated than fully grown red cabbage. For example, 1 cup of red cabbage microgreens has 3 times more folate than mature red cabbage.

    Red cabbage microgreens contain vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K1, as well as calcium, iron, magnesium, copper, manganese, zinc,  phosphorous and beta-carotene.  The highest concentrations being vitamin C.

    Compared to full grown red cabbage, red cabbage microgreens have:
    230% more vitamin A (for healthy eyesight, lungs, immune system)
    150% more folate (for healthy red blood cells)
    15% more biotin (for healthy digestion)
    88% more manganese (for healthy metabolism, brain, nervous system)
    2150% more phosphorus (for healthy regulation of all carbohydrates, fats & protien processing, heartbeat regulation, healthy bones & teeth)

    According to the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry red cabbage microgreens had 40 times more vitamin E and six times more vitamin C than mature red cabbage.
    Vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin E levels were highest among red cabbage, garnet amaranth, and green daikon radish microgreens.

    WebMD Health News Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD on August 31, 2012

    Red cabbage microgreens have such a high quantity of antioxidants, carotenoids, vitamins K1 & C, and potassium that they have the proficiency to improve the effectiveness of your immune system and decrease inflammation.

    A compound in red cabbage, called S-Methylmethionine can decrease gastro distress drastically and help to abolish peptic ulcers. It will also soothe the lining of your stomach and safeguard it from future issues!

    There are more than 30 anthocyanins in red cabbage microgreens. They give the cabbage its color.  Studies have shown that anthocyanins can assist in reducing the likelihood of cancer cells appearing while improving brain and heart health.

    Red cabbage microgreens also contain a compound called glucosinolates which can actually hinder the growth of cancer cells.

    According to a study published on Medical News Today, red cabbage microgreens showed the sign of lowering levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol.  LDL is the “bad” cholesterol that, if accumulated in your body, can lead to severe cardiovascular diseases, even a heart attack.

    DIM (diindolylmethane), which is present in cabbage microgreens, has been demonstrated to support hormonal balance

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