Small bag of Salad Greens consist (full heads) of 3 different types of lettuce.
Any 3 from, Butterhead Lettuce, Battavia Lettuce, IceCrunch Lettuce, Freese Lettuce, Romaine Lettuce, Red Oak Lettuce, Green Oak Lettuce.
Weighs 300gms good for 4 servings of farm fresh salad bowl.
Locally grown, Harvested as per order.
Our greens are cultivated for maximum nutrition profile and texture. Feel the CRUNCH!
Pollutant and Chemical Free.
- reduces “bad” cholesterol.
- controls blood sugar.
- helps with weight loss.
- normalizes bowel movements.
- prevents cancers
- 1 cup of lettuce leaves
- ½ cup each of frozen raspberries and blueberries
- 1 ripe banana
- ½ cup of milk
- 2 tablespoons of oats
- 1 tablespoon of sugar
- Combine all ingredients in a blender. Add a cup of ice and blend until the mixture is smooth.
- Serve immediately.
- Remove the greens from the brown bag and tap them gently
- Line a box or zip lock bag with the paper towel
- Loosely fill the bag or box with the greens. Seal and store in the fridge.
Nutritional and Health Benefits
Hydroponically grown vegetables are as nutritious as grown in soil.
Soil is just great for growing plants, hydroponics has come a long way. We have tested our leafy greens for key nutrients, and the amounts fall well within normal limits or, sometimes even higher.”
Traditionally, plants obtain nutrients from soil. With hydroponics, the plants get nutrients from a solution instead. Plants make their own vitamins, so vitamin levels tend to be similar whether a vegetable is grown hydroponically or in soil.
Livfresh Lettuce is Nutrient rich, Pesticides free, non-GMO, and sustainably grown in Singapore.
Leafy greens and raw veggies are a superb source of natural fiber, offering several health benefits:
Ideas to enjoy and Storage
Most people associate red and green lettuce with a salad or in a sandwich. But it’s also delicious sauteed, steamed, or grilled. Try rolling ingredients inside the leaves to create a sort of ‘wrap’ in place of a tortilla. Healthy, crunchy and yummy!
Simple Green Raspberry Smoothie
How to store your fresh Salad Greens