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Oh, I love chia microgreens! I only recently grew them, having wanted to for so long.
They are indeed bitter, but then so is raddichio, some greens, and sprouts :D They are very strong-flavored, as well. I like them in my salad for that contrasting bitter flavor and I even put them in green smoothies :^). Sprinkle some in -- a small amount, if you have to -- and it's perfectly fine.

As with any food, it's all individual preference; but for such a powerhouse of nutrients, chia microgreens are worth acclimating.

Check out my blog for looksee :^)

I have not tried them but one time I got some chia seeds stuck in a sponge after doing dishes and lo and behold a few days later there were little chia plants growing!

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