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Mungbean Sprouting Seed

Image of Mung Bean
Image of Mung Bean
Image of Mung Bean
Image of Mung Bean
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Vigna radiata

  • Quick & easy to sprout, takes approx 2 - 5 days.
  • Full of goodness.
  • Great in stir fry.

Supplied as a packet of approximately 400 seeds.

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Mung beans have a nice crisp yet nutty flavour and are great added to salad or stir frys and are so quick to grow.

The sprouts are very good for you, containing protein, fibre, potassium, copper, zinc and Vitamins B, C and K (whilst being low in calories).

The Chinese used mung bean sprout for healing over 5,000 years ago and they make up the stable diet in countries such as India, Africa and South America.

  • Grow in the dark (light can make them taste bitter).
  • Rinse the seeds with water.
  • Put the seeds in a jar and cover with water, leave to soak for 8-12 hrs covering the jar with cloth or muslin, secured with an elastic band.
  • Rinse the seeds and recover with water, change the water at least twice a day.
  • Ready to eat in 2 - 5 days when they have sprouted.
  • Keeping the sprouts in the fridge once ready will help them last longer.
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