Great for sprouting. Use in salads, stir fries and Asian dishes.
- Mung beans are sweet and soft and they are easily digested
- Mung beans were originally cultivated in India and migrated to China
- Tastes great in soups
I hear these beans have great health giving properties so I am still experimenting with recipes for them. They are easy to eat but do require a certain amount of preparation and planning when incorporating them into a regular diet.
sorry it took so long but i am very very satified with the bean sprouts i purchased. we have enjoyed them very much. thank you karen schiller
HaroldUnion Grove, NC
I used these in the recipe called “Buddah’s Feast” in the Golden Temple Cookbook. Lovely legume!
More than it looks
Didn’t look like a lot when it arrived but it doesn’t take much to fill a quart jar with sprouts. 4-5 days to sprout and nearly a 100% sprouting rate. Wonderful in Pad Thai and Chinese rolls.