Brendan Davison’s microgreens from Good Water Farms just got simpler to add to your diet in a variety of ways. Producing 32 assortment of greens, consumers can discover Good Water Farms’ microgreens in metro New York City at 12 Whole Foods stores, in 10 restaurants and weekly home delivery subscription on Long Island.
In addition, Davison recently introduced his first book, The Microgreens Cookbook: A Good Water Farms Odyssey, which was published in collaboration with Rizzoli this fall.
These microgreens, grown indoors in soil, contain four to six times higher levels of essential nutrients than mature greens of the same plant, while also maturing in just 11-30 days.
Davison is passionate about the movement for healthy and sustainable living, and most absolutely believes microgreens are the future of food.
For his new book, which is available online now, Davison partnered with:
Amanda Cohen (Dirt Candy), and Floyd Cardoz (Paowalla)
Bloggers and Nutritionists:
….to create recipes using his greens to help display to consumers how to incorporate them into simple healthy meals. Furthermore, the book includes instructions on how to grow microgreens on your own, as well as with notes on why they are beneficial for your diet.
When it comes to growing, Good Water Farms places all of their seeds in living trays, and depending on the mixture, allow them to soak before germinating. As of December 2017, Good Water Farms has gone beyond its NOP Organic certification to also achieve a Biodynamic® certification from Demeter USA.
This certification is very meaningful, because, In order for a commercial farm or product to legally use the term “biodynamic,” it must have obtained certification through Demeter USA, which is a non-profit organization that is the sole holder of the U.S. Patent Office certification mark for it.
Biodynamic® agriculture is an ecological farming system that views the farm as a self-contained and self-sustaining organism. Moreover, Biodynamic® farmers sternly avoids all synthetic chemical pesticides, fertilizers and transgenic contamination.
On the contrary, they stress farm-generated, living solutions to pest control and fertility and put aside a minimum of 10% of their total acreage for biodiversity.
Good Water Farms ideally complements Davison’s personality and makeup as a human. Davison’s greenhouse is a sea of green that surrounds him, practically vibrating with vitality.
About Good Water Farms
Good Water Farms was founded in 2011 by Brendan Davison in Amagansett, New York. The farm now sits on 32-acres in Bridgehampton, NY, and grows over 30 varieties of microgreens.
The farm received Biodynamic® designation as of December 2017, is proud to be United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) Certified Organic, as well as Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) verified.
To learn more, visit: www.goodwaterfarms.com.