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Universal Living Sprouts
We are always look for new ways to help our friends and customers. Now you can order from Universal Living Sprouts and pick up your order here at the market on Thursdays between 3PM and 5PM.
Certified Organic Produce
Vegan coconut Milk Yogurt
Raw Goat's Milk Yogurt
Assorted Baked Goods
Young and very tender, microgreens have become a popular ingredient in upscale restaurants and are now being offered for the home market. These tiny seedlings, unlike sprouts, which they are often confused with, are grown in soil and sunlight, until the first true plant leaves develop. They are harvested when they are between 7 and 14 days old.
Researchers with the US Department of Agriculture began analyzing their nutritional value and discovered that microgreens contained four to six time the nutrients of their full grown relatives, packing a real nutritional punch.
They make a wonderful addition to salads and sandwiches, or even omelets as well as pizzas and tacos. Give them a try. I'm sure you'll find dozens of ways to use them.
Recipe of the Month
This easy, no cook recipe is gluten free, and vegan, but it does contain nuts.
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Place the walnuts and ground almonds in a food processor chop finely. Add the dates, coconut oil and maple syrup and process a few seconds more.
Divide the mixture into two equal parts, and set half aside. Line a tart pan with a layer of cling-free plastic wrap. It should hang well over the sides so it can be used later to lift the tart from the pan. Press half the nut mixture into the tart pan to form the lower crust then place the tart pan in the freezer. To make the filling combine one apple, the orange half, the remaining dates, cinnamon, and nutmeg in the food processor and blend until smooth. Peel, core, and cut the remaining apples into quarters, then cut them into thin slices. Take the crust from the freezer and use some of the apple slices to form the first layer. Cover them with a thin layer of apple mouse. Repeat this process two or three times until you have 3 or 4 layers. Cover the filling with the remaining crust mixture, using your hands to gently form the top crust. Sprinkle the tart some stevia or sugar, as you prefer. Store the pie in the fridge.
Before serving, remove the pie from the tart pan. You may need someone to help you do this. Enjoy.