No soak needed for this peppery sprout!
Current lot is a different variety than our previous lot which just means the leaves are slightly different and not as curly. Rest assured it's still that great peppery Cress flavor!
Curly cress is an important source of iron, folic acid, calcium, vitamins C, E and A. The seed contains arachidic and linoleic fatty acids.
Customers most agreed on the following:
I have always wanted to try cress. I soaked a pot bottom and sprinkled the seed on top. The lid is now covered with the green sprouts, very nice
I ordered curly cress seeds because a client who grew up in Germany asked for it twice. It was a delightful microgreen with about several popping flavors. I tasted pepper, savory, sweet, lemony, and a "get your attention" pungent kick flavors. A caterer tasted it and said it will be great on seafood especially mild fish. A single small stem with few of the beautiful leaves get your attention right away when you crush them.