Use to grow delicious Chinese bean sprouts or as a short sprout. Should be grown in the dark to prevent bitterness.
Green mung bean soup has been used by grandmothers for thousands of years in kitchens across Asia as a healing medicine. Try this nourishing recipe from Dr. Oz : http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/green-mung-bean-soup) We love boosting the bioavailable vitamins and minerals by using sprouted mung beans in the recipe!
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Good quality product delivery according to the given schedule. Fresh seeds sunce they sprout fast. The tast is good, I mix them with my different salads and in addition they are a great source of nutrients.
I have bought mung beans from my health food store for years and sprouted them and wondered why they looked dingy and had brownish roots compared to sprouts sold commercially. Well they must be a different strain because when I sprouted these, the roots were white and tender and looked like those in the little plastic containers. Be sure to sprout in the dark because they will taste bitter otherwise. Am very happy with these and will order again.
I love these plain or in my salads. Theses are so quick and easy to grow!