The crispy and sweet red radish is packed with nutritional value, and is high in vitamins B9, C and B6, potassium and fibre. Packed with a mustardy bite, it pairs well with shellfish and cream-based sauces.
As well as being richer in vitamin C than oranges, red cabbage is packed with vitamins and nutrients. It’s an eye-catching microgreen with dark green, heart-shaped, lobed leaves and slender magenta-purple stems. With its sweet, peppery, and intense cabbage flavour, red cabbage is best consumed raw or added as the finishing touch to dishes such as soups, stews, salads, and stir-fries.
High in beta-carotene, vitamins K, C and A, calcium, fibre, iron, and antioxidants, kale is one of the most nutritious super-foods out there. It is tender-crisp and has a sweet and mild yet complex flavour, with undertones of nuts, pepper and a classic brassica bite.
With its distinct sharp, pungent, spicy and peppery flavour, rocket also has a wonderful aroma. The sharp flavour of this micro-green pairs well with tomato, cheese and grilled root vegetables. A versatile ingredient, it’s also rich in vitamins A, C and K, as well as magnesium, calcium and iron.