These small beans are probably most familiar in their sprouted form, which is how they are found in many Chinese dishes. Hulled and split, they reveal their creamy interiors. Second only to Alfalfa in popularity for home growing. Also known as Chinese Bean Sprouts. The bean sprout is much easier to digest and assimilate than the actual bean and it is the only source of Vitamin C and Vitamin B12 among the sprouted beans. Used in stir fried food, soups and salads.|
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Serving Size: 1/2 cup cooked
Calories 106 Fat 0.4 g Sodium 0 mg Carbohydrates 20 g Fiber 6 g Protein 8 g
Hint: When sprouting Mung Beans follow sprouting directions, but place in a flat container or sprouter, cover with a clean cloth and place a heavy object such as a brick on top. This will produce stout, thick roots.
No soaking necessary before cooking