Singaporeans and residents today are increasingly focusing on developing a healthier eating lifestyle. Salads and greens have become an essential part of our everyday diet.
EverythingGreen wholeheartedly supports this effort and, in the interest of the working adult, has developed a series of workshops aimed at educating and enabling everyone to grow their own greens in the form of Microgreens.
Harvested very early in their lives, Microgreens are shoots of salads, vegetables & herbs picked just after the seed leaves are developed. They come in a variety of flavours that swing from sweet to savoury to earthy to spicy. A study by the University of Maryland’s College of Agriculture & National Resources showed that consuming a sprinkling of Microgreens in your salad or soup has resulted in a reduced risk of many health conditions such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure.
Our online workshops are still available and if that is your preferred choice, we are also happy to offer our Urban Farming through Microgreens workshop virtually so that it can be offered via a live webcast to your employees.
Whichever suits you, drop us an email at email@example.com or call us at 96656830 for a quote or discussion.
- What Are Microgreens
- Why they are healthy and nutritious for you
- How to grow microgreens in your home or office
- Troubleshoot common problems when growing
- How you can use them in your daily meals
"That was a very wonderful session. Everyone was praising. Thank you for the interesting session." - February 2022
"Thank you very much for the informative and delightful workshop! I am sharing some pictures of my first experience growing microgreens and am now very keen on further experimenting with other varieties and boosting my healthy lifestyle." - December 2021
"Overall the feedback from last Tuesday’s session has been great so we want to thank you all again for an insightful session. You have so much passion for your craft and are a stellar walking example of the health (and anti-aging benefits!) of microgreens." - December 2021