I am so excited about this book. Microgreens by Eric Franks and Jasmine Richardson, published by Gibbs-Smith. I am an advocate of indoor gardening and microgreens can be grown on your counter or on your porch. This book is very thorough on how to grow a variety of microgreens. They break it down into a 10 step process with wonderful pictures and instructions. If you have been confused as to how to start your indoor gardening venture this book will help you! This book also covers composting and has a section of recipes- though they are not vegan. There are a few that I found interesting and could be adapted to my diet. The reason I wanted to review this book wasn’t because of the recipes but because of what I would learn about growing microgreens. I learned what I wanted to learn and can’t wait to order some seeds! This book covered these microgreens: Amaranth, Arugula, Basil, Beet, Broccoli, Celery, Chard,Cilantro, Cress, Endive, Mustard, Pac Choi, Pea, Purple Cabbage, Radish, and Tokyo Bekana.