Sprouts Mung Bean Organic Seeds (LG)

Sprouts Mung Bean Organic Seeds (LG)

Vigna radiata var. radiata

Item #7800

LARGE PACKET Grown and eaten by the Chinese for over 3000 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 in a number of ways, raw in salads or on sandwiches—the culinary possibilities are limited only by your imagination!

Sprouting is as easy as 1—2—3! Simply soak Mung Bean seeds in water for 8 to 12 hours, place them in your sprouting container, in a warm area (70°F), and rinse at least twice daily for about 3 to 5 days until sprouts are 1/2"–1" long. See inside the packet for more information about growing sprouts.

Sprout Seed Safety: A sample from each seed lot we receive is sent to an independent laboratory where it must test negative for foodborne pathogens including Escherichia coli (E. coli), Salmonella, Listeria, and Staphococcus aureus (Staph). Although disinfecting sprouts is not necessary, if you choose to do so, visit our Learn & Grow article on www.botanicalinterests.com for suggested disinfection methods.

Sprouting Seeds at Home: Disinfecting, Growing, and Harvesting Tips

Artist: Susie Hyer

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"They grow fast, taste great. I was very happy with the quality of these seeds. There were almost no seeds that failed to sprout.” - S. Murray



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