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Yummy Organic Micro Greens And Edible Flowers Add To Your Food


 

In the United States, it’s no secret that individuals, quite frankly, obsess over food. As the years progress, documenting food through pictures and videos is being highly popular and necessary. Some utilize this action as a profession, others use it to fulfill a hobby, and others want to show family and friends how beautiful food can be. Whichever the reason, it seems as if everyone is documenting the beautiful meals they consume. They rant and rave about the incredible presentation, the unique and picturesque garnish, and the delicate care that has gone into each meal. If you document your meal presentation, or work to make your meals look beautiful, here are some food materials you can use for this.

Organic Micro Greens

By definition, organic micro greens are what many believe they are, edible plants. However, they are not very large. Instead, they are shoots of the plant. More specifically, organic micro greens range in size from 1 to 1.5 inches. Although organic micro greens are not used by every person in the food industry, they have been around for 20-30 years. The existence of organic micro greens is necessary, because they serve as the ideal garnish to your meals. If you’re searching for the perfect garnish, look no farther than organic micro greens. Not only are organic micro greens the perfect garnish because of their size, they are also quite tasty. These micro greens have an ample amount of flavor. They are the perfect touch to any meal.

Organic Micro Greens can be used as a garnish for many different dishes. Place organic micro greens on top of a soup to add a hint of color. Place organic micro greens on platters of cheese or tomato to make these plates look esthetically pleasing, and high end. You can even place organic micro greens in salads, on the top of burgers or chicken, and on top of pizza. Color, flavor, and beauty is what organic micro greens offer.

Edible Flowers

Edible flowers come in many forms. Some of these include, but are not limited to, crystallized edible flowers, edible blossoms, sugar flowers, and edible flower petals. Each of these benefit the appearance and flavor of a variety of food. First, there are edible flowers for sweet treats such as cakes and cupcakes. Decorating cakes and cupcakes with the countless amounts of edible flowers truly benefit the appearance of these sweet creations. Edible flowers make cakes and cupcakes look unique, like nothing the food industry has ever seen before. Edible flowers also add flavor to the cake, no matter the flavor (vanilla, chocolate, red velvet) of cake or frosting. Lastly, when cakes and cupcakes have edible flowers on them, they are extremely beautiful and fragrant. This is ideal for spring time baby showers, a sweet sixteen, and weddings. Edible flowers create the image of elegance.

Edible flowers are not only used for cakes and cupcakes for elegant weddings and parties. Edible flowers can also be used to garnish tea, lemonade, and other drinks. Edible flowers offer a unique, calming flavor to the liquid Americans sip. Additionally, not only do edible flowers make the tea, lemonade, and other drinks taste delicious, they also make the presentation beautiful.

Lastly, edible flowers can be used in salads of many kinds. Many individuals believe this is quite odd, but in reality, it is not. There are some edible flowers for salads, that actually taste like the vegetables we consume in our salads. For example, Borage Blossoms have a hint of cucumber, Zucchini Blossoms have a slightly sweet taste that adds a tang to the salad, and Nasturtiums taste slightly like pepper which adds spice to your salad. Jazzing up your salad in terms of presentation and taste can be achieved through the use of edible flowers. Instead of a boring, traditional salad, it’s time for a beautiful salad instead.

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