Mung Bean Sprouts Seeds


5 out of 5 stars
(2 reviews)
Availability: In Stock
Grown and eaten by the Chinese for over 3,000 years, mung bean sprouts are high in protein, iron, magnesium, many vitamins, and are a good source of dietary fiber. An essential ingredient in eggrolls and many Asian stir-fry dishes, but can also be enjoyed raw in salads or on sandwiches—the culinary possibilities are limited only by your imagination!
$4.59 60 grams (~580 seeds)

Botanical Name: Vigna radiata var. radiata

Days to Maturity: 4–6 days

Family: Fabaceae

Native: Asia, Africa

Harvesting: Enjoy mung bean sprouts when they are up to 1" long, about 4 to 6 days after starting. NOTE: Home-sprouted mung beans will be shorter than store-bought, as commercial production uses specific methods and equipment to grow them longer. Some sprouting seeds have hulls (the outer seed covering), which can loosen during soaking and rinsing. Although the hulls are edible, you may choose to remove them for better sprout flavor, or to reduce the chance of mold due to excess moisture. To separate the hulls, empty your sprouts into a large bowl and fill it with cool water. Move the sprouts around in the water disentangling the sprouts and loosening the hulls, which will float to the top. The hulls can then be skimmed or poured off. Remove any unsprouted seeds at this time, too. Rinse the sprouts once more and drain thoroughly so they are dry to the touch. (Excessive moisture reduces sprouts' storage life.) Your sprouts are then ready to eat or store.

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Mung Bean Sprouts Seeds Reviews

2 reviews

Yummy and easy

5 out of 5 stars May 16, 2019
Our nearest grocery store doesn't carry bean sprouts anymore and when they did, they weren't fresh enough (likely due to low local demand) however they do carry these on their seed rack so we can still have fresh sprouts on demand. My family loves sprouts for salad, stir fry and pho, my kids like them so much they will as for some as a snack! I just wish there where bigger packs!
Deanna from OR

Something Yummy to Grow in the Winter

5 out of 5 stars Jan 14, 2021
I really miss gardening in the winter, so I started growing sprouts. I'd never heard of mung beans, so I bought some to try. Now they are my husband and my favorite sprouts. We always have some growing on the counter. We like them in salads, on eggs for breakfast, add them to stir-fried meals, and even with cheese and crackers. Mung bean sprouts are super easy to grow, and ready in just a few days.
Lindsey H from CO

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