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MUNG Bean, Microgreen, Sprouting Seed, NON GMO - Country Creek LLC Brand - High Sprout Germination- Edible Seeds, Gardening,

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Country Creek LLC

  Mung Bean Microgreen Seed

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Description & Nutritional Value

The mung bean, alternatively known as the green gram, maash, moong, monggo, or munggo, is a plant species in the legume family. The mung bean is mainly cultivated in East, Southeast and South Asia. It is used as an ingredient in both savory and sweet dishes. Packed With Healthy Nutrients. Mung beans are rich in vitamins and minerals. 

How To Sprout

Measure out the amount of sprouts you'll be able to consume 2-3 days from the day you start this process. Rinse the mung beans with slightly hot water (avoid boiling water). The water should run clear, ensuring that any remaining debris is removed to avoid contamination. Place the mung beans in a clear jar and submerge with cool water (about 3 times the volume of the beans). Set aside. After the soaking period, drain and rinse the beans with a colander or through the cheese cloth if you used it. Rinse the beans multiple times to remove any debris and bacteria.  The next process is sandwiching and compressing the bean sprouts in a storage container. Place a paper towel, cheese cloth or clean cloth on the bottom of the storage container Cover and ensure no light hits the mung beans in order to avoid a bitter taste for the sprouted beans.  Twice a day (or every 12 hours), rinse and drain the beans.  Place the sprouts in a basin and fill it with water, remove any hulls.  Spread the sprouted beans across a baking sheet that is lined with paper towels. Pat dry. Then, serve right away or refrigerate. 

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How To Serve

Mung beans are delicious and versatile beans that can be added to virtually any savory recipe. Either sprout the mung beans to make a fresh, crunchy treat or boil them to create a hearty stew. Mung bean sprouts can be added to sandwiches, salads, stir fries, and noodle dishes. Cooked mung beans can be seasoned and eaten as a stew, added to curries, or used as a substitute in other bean recipes.

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All Seeds are grown and packaged in the U.S. (Each bag is individually labeled)

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All seed lots are tested for germination.

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Works great with any type of sprouter.

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