Mung Bean Sprouts
The most widely consumed sprout on our planet! Absolutely unique, Mung Bean Sprouts are fun to grow and lend themselves to great Recipes. great, grEAT, GREAT! Our Mung Beans come from a source which is certified organic.
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- Soak8 - 12 hoursThe amount of time your seeds should soak in cool water. Soaking is how we begin the sprouting process in most cases.
- Rinse / Drain2 - 3 times per dayHow often your seeds should be watered. Rinsing thoroughly and then draining as much water as possible are key components to growing great sprouts.
- Harvest2 - 5 daysThe time it takes to grow a finished Sprout, or other crop (Micro-Greens, Grass, Greens) from a dry Seed. Note: This "finished" Sprout is our preference. you may grow them for as long as you want! In fact, we suggest that you taste them at every rinse to discover when you like them best.
- Yield2 to 1The amount of Sprouts, Grass, Greens or Micro-Greens produced by 1 unit of Seed. For Example 2:1 means that 1 pound of Seed will produce 2 pounds of Sprouts or whatever crop you are growing. You do not have to grow them all at once of course, unless you wish to =:-D
Vitamins A, B, C and E
Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium
I'm fairly new to sprouting and the mung bean sprouts that I got from here are amazing! They were easy to sprout and are absolutely delicious. Will definitely purchase more! I also got the broccoli sprouts which were also perfect!
I had no idea how fresh bean sprouts tasted before I tried these. The ones in the packages at the store are always a little limp and slimy, so I thought that was just how they were. I was so wrong. These are crisp and crunchy and so delicious. My favorite way to eat them is to stir fry them in a little oil with sliced jalapeño and a little salt, and that’s it—so simple and perfect. So glad I found you guys. Better late than never!
I've attempted to grow mung beans into long thick sprouts which is interesting and fun, but the last few crops I just grew until the tails were about the length of the bean. Boy were they good. A quick minute or two added at the end of a stir-fry yielded tender, delectable little beans. Also, I just tried sprouting some old mungs that had been stored in my refrigerator. They were at least 6 years old, I'd guess. Every bean sprouted, just like a new crop.
These folks have the best of everything, so of course their mung beans are awesome. I've had some luck with the big thick ones, but though they don't all get as big as the ones at the store these taste way better and last longer also. Thanks sproutpeople!