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They add a great pop of color when used fresh in salads. When fresh or dried the petals make great decorations for cakes, cupcakes, other dessert dishes. Add them to a sugar for a rim sugar for drinks. They are perfect for adding color to loose leaf tea blends, how about a special coffee blend?

Bachelor buttons are high calcium, absorbic acid, folate and mineral salts. They are also high in antioxidants and tannins as well as anti inflammatory.

Bachelor Button Cornflower

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  • Latin Name: Centaurea cyanus
    Other Name(s):  
    Microgreen Color: Chamomile flowers typically have a vibrant yellow center surrounded by white petals. The center of the flower is where you'll find the disc florets, which are rich in essential oils and contribute to chamomile's flavor and aroma. The petals, which are often ray florets, are usually white and can sometimes have a slightly translucent appearance.
    Microgreen Flavor:

    Chamomile flowers have a delicate and mild flavor with subtle floral notes and a hint of apple-like sweetness. The taste is often described as soothing and calming, making chamomile a popular choice for herbal teas and infusions. When brewed into tea, chamomile imparts a gentle and comforting flavor that is enjoyed by many for its relaxing properties.

    Microgreen Texture: Bachelor's buttons, or cornflowers, typically come in shades of blue, ranging from light sky blue to deep royal blue. However, they can also be found in other colors such as pink, white, and purple. The most common and traditional color associated with bachelor's buttons is the classic blue hue, which is often seen in gardens and floral arrangements.
    Nutrients:

    Vitamins:

    Vitamin K

    Vitamin A

    Vitamin C

     

    Minerals:

    Calcium

    Manganese

    Potassium

     

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