The Purple Basil Microgreen has beautiful dark purple leaves that add an intense color to your creations that complements with a pleasant aroma of fresh basil. It is used in Mediterranean dishes and desserts.
Basil Microgreen (30gr.)
It has a strong basil aroma that makes it an unmistakable bud. It is a basic element in Mediterranean cuisine, being a surprising complement to fruit salads. It is a good source of protein, vitamins A, C, E K ,B6, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, copper and magnesium.
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TASTING NOTES: strong aroma of fresh basil.
AIRS WELL WITH: rosemary, cinnamon, sage, thyme, bay Baby Leaves, oregano, nutmeg, pepper, anise seed, tangerine peel, cardamom, coriander, star anise, mint,
fennel, bergamot, lemon zest, raspberry, cumin, green tea, allspice, lemon balm, parsley, lemon grass, Sichuan pepper, savory, selim beans, black currant.
USE: ideal for use with tomato and all kinds of starters, great with white fish.
FORMAT: 30 gr.
INGREDIENTS: microgreen Basil.
CONSERVATION: between 4º and 6º. Excess moisture can reduce the shelf life of the product. Product washed and ready to consume.
ALLERGENS: may contain traces of mustard.
DATE OF CONSUMPTION: 10 days.
TEMPORALITY: April to September.
COLOR AND SHAPE: green.
NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS: basil has an impressive source of nutrients such as vitamin A, which contains beta-carotenes, powerful antioxidants that help prevent the oxidation of cholesterol in the blood, arteriosclerosis, heart attacks and embolisms. Other vitamins and minerals in basil include iron, calcium, manganese, magnesium and vitamins K, essential in blood clotting and abundant vitamin C.
NUTRITIONAL CHARACTERIST. Contained in 100g.
Energy - 94 KJ/23 Kcal
Fat - 0,64 g
Saturates - 0,04 g
Carbohydrates - 2,65 g
Sugar - 0,30 g
Fibre - 1,60 g
Protein - 3,15 g
Salt - 0,01 g
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