Eat healthy everyday with Hamama:
- Fresh, flavorful, and healthy microgreens
- A convenient and fun way to plant your own vegetables
- Easily adds veggies to your meals
- Maintain a healthy diet
@hamama_greens Who says lunch has to be boring? Make it extra special with Hamama microgreens! 💜🌱 #hamama #microgreens ♬ UNDERWATER WONDERSCAPES (MASTER) - Frederic Bernard
It is important to regularly incorporate vegetables and fruits into your diet to maintain a healthy lifestyle. After all, the food that you eat is the main source of your body’s nutrients. Sometimes, though, getting fresh veggies from the market can be a struggle, which urges other people to grow their own vegetables at home to use as ingredients.
Growing your own vegetables may be challenging, especially if you’re not fond of planting; but Hamama makes it easier and exciting for you to grow your own veggies at home! You don’t even need a garden or backyard to do it. Since these are microgreens, growing them doesn’t require as much effort as other plants do. You can just place them indoors and watch them grow!
There are over 10 varieties of fresh and flavorful veggies you can choose from, including Hearty Broccoli, Energizing Kale, Refreshing Cabbage, Spicy Daikon Radish, Sweet Wheatgrass, and Hot Wasabi Mustard. All Hamama seeds are organic and non-GMO, so you can ensure that these microgreens are fresh, clean, long-lasting, and sustainable.
How to Grow Hamama Microgreens
Growing your own veggies has never been easier! You don’t need any gardening tools and supplies or pots for this. In just three easy steps, you can grow your own veggies with Hamama and put them in your salad, sandwich, smoothies, and other hearty meals.
Here’s how Hamama works:
- Fill the tray with water up to the fill line.
- Place the Seed Quilt in the tray with the tan side facing up and brown coconut fiber mat side facing down. Make sure the Seed Quilt is fully soaked.
- Hold down for 10 seconds to let the Seed Quilt absorb the water, turning a shade darker.
Since microgreens don’t need much light, you can put your Hamama Kit anywhere. It would be best to place it indoors, though, so you can grow it during any season. Keep your kit away from houseplants that might have mold or plant diseases, as well.
The microgreens can be harvested within 7 to 10 days. If you can’t harvest them, on time, try to add a cup of water to prevent your microgreens from wilting. For longer shelf life, harvest them all at once and place them in a Ziploc bag with a dry paper towel inside. They will last more than a week in a refrigerator.
To harvest them, hold the tops of the microgreens with one hand, then cut the stems 1/4 inches above the Seed Quilt. You can instantly add them to your salad or smoothies right after harvesting them!
Don’t forget to clean the tray of your Hamama Kit with soap and water or put it on the top rack of your dishwasher, facing down.