What better way to celebrate spring than with delicious sage microgreens? The vibrant green foliage exudes with warmth from head to toe and the rich flavor will leave your mouth wanting more. The beautiful blooms set the perfect tone for spring. Sages are a Mediterranean plant, so we know they love growing in sunny weather. If you are lucky enough to live in an area that has all three types of these plants, you will have the most amazing spring garden!
Although you can use Sage to make delicious springtime foods such as breads and butter, or even salsas and dips, the best way to enjoy sage is to make delicious Microgreen dessert drinks! One teaspoon of dried sage leaves blended together with one-half cup of low calorie herbal teas makes an easy and delicious herbal tea. You’ll want to steep the teas for about two minutes to create a smooth and mellow taste. You can add fresh mint leaves for that extra zing.
You can try a number of different recipes with microgreens tea. For example, you might consider replacing sugar or cream of tartar with sage tea infusions for a delicious sweet treat. To make a delicious salsas and dips, substitute softened cream of tartar and fresh chopped fennel for the traditional spices. For breads, try substituting sour cream or yogurt for sour cream that often contains milk and cream of tartar.
Sage tea infusions are also great as a wonderful alternative to chai tea or latte. Make a delicious hot tea with one teaspoon of dried leaves mixed with one-half cup of low calorie and flavorful hot coffee. If you like mocha, try brewing one cup of super premium probiotic micro greens in one cup of hot water, then adding one teaspoon of dried sage leaves. You can add fresh herbs like basil, Rosemary, oregano and parsley for that exotic pungent aroma. You can also experiment with different combinations to come up with your own unique blend of teas.
Most people who appreciate green tea brewing will enjoy the flavor of the sage infusion. That’s why many people have turned to microgreens teas when they want a delicious alternative to green tea. Microgreens teas are made from the root of the stinging nettle plant. They do not contain the caffeine found in ordinary tea leaves, and they are much more mild than regular tea.
The best way to enjoy fresh and tasty microgreens teas is to use them in their original containers. In a glass steamer, fill a pot with about two inches of water and bring it to a boil over high heat. Remove the pot from the heat once it is steaming. Fill the vessel with just enough water so that the microgreen roots do not dry out. Bring the water to a gentle boil over medium heat and place the micro green tea in.
There are many uses for sage microgreens teas including drinking herbal teas and infusions. If you love drinking green teas, you will find that brewing a cup of tea with microgreens teas is a delightful way to enjoy green tea. You can also enjoy brewing your favorite herbal teas in this manner. You can add just a little bit of honey or other sweetener to your teas and enjoy them just like traditional teas. They make great gift ideas, too, because everyone will love the fact that you gave them an herb tea in a beautiful bottle.
One more way that you will benefit from brewing micro green tea is that the leaves will go stale if they are not stored properly. You should keep them in a cool and dry place. A bottle that you can buy in bulk is a great way to store them for storage. Sage microgreens can be a great way to get as much flavor as you want out of brewing your own tea.