All kinds of dishes come with a pretty tangle of teeny-tiny microgreens on top nowadays. That lush finishing touch is a lot more than just a crunchy addition to soup or a pop of green on a boring sandwich. And it turns out that growing them yourself is surprisingly simple. With a batch on your windowsill, you’ll have an impressive (and healthy) garnish always within reach. Read on to learn how to grow microgreens, why they’re so good to eat and what to make with them. Once you start, you’ll want to throw them on everything.