Famous juicy crispy Asian specialty. Chinese wok dishes or salads.
Worldwide, mung beans are sprouted more than any other kind of sprout. Mung is easy to grow and versatile for salads, wok dishes, or marinades. Compared to its cousin adzuki, mung is juicier, light on the starch, and vaguely sweet. This is the most widely sold sprout in the world. To clean mung 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 Mung Bean Sprouting Seed
Best Sprouter: Hemp Sprout Bag.
Ready in 5 days in the Sprout Bag or 7 days in Sproutman’s Freshlife for vertical style.
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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