A cousin of mung beans. Crisp and crunchy.
Adzuki is a little more colorful than mung, a little starchier, and a little meatier. To clean adzuki sprouts, empty the sprouts into a pot full of water, stir and skim off the green hulls as they float to the top. Of course, it is perfectly fine to eat some hulls – it is just fiber.
Growing Adzuki Bean Sprouting Seed
Best Sprouter: Hemp Sprout Bag.
Ready in 5 days.
Seed Storage & Viability: Up to 2 years when stored in a glass jar in a cool, dark place. Refrigerate or freeze in a sealed freezer bag to extend storage life.
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