Eat your (micro) greens

Where can you buy and enjoy local microgreens?

Biltmore eateries and other local restaurants

Eli Herman doesn’t market his microgreens off the estate, but you can find them on dishes in all of Biltmore’s restaurants.

Wesley Sleight currently sells his microgreens directly to Chestnut, Elements, Bone & Broth, Root Down food truck and Farm to Fender food truck, as well as to other eateries through the local food distributor New Appalachia. Of course, other Appalachian Grown restaurants source local microgreens; for a complete list, search “restaurants and bakeries” by product in ASAP’s online Local Food Guide, at appalachiangrown.org.

Tailgate Markets

Find Sleight Family Farm microgreens at the West Asheville Tailgate Market, Asheville City Market and North Asheville Tailgate Market. For a full list of tailgates offering microgreens and the farmers growing them, browse appalachiangrown.org.

Learn more at biltmore.com and sleightfamilyfarm.com.

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