Mung (Moong) Bean Seeds (Vigna radiata) Organic, Non-GMO

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Mung Bean are nutrient-rich & low in calories with a delicious, crunchy texture ideal for a wide variety of uses

Count: ~250+

Mung beans are very tasty, with a hearty, meaty flavor. Mung Bean sprouts are what people typically think of when you mention Chinese food. The sprouts you grow from these seeds are incredibly rich in PROTEIN. Calcium and phosphorous are also abundant in mung bean sprouts. There can be anywhere around 6,000 seeds in a pound. The vitamin content is very similar to asparagus and certain mushrooms, being very high in vitamin A.

The mung bean (Vigna radiata), alternatively known as the moong bean, green gram, Lentil, but not Mungo, is a plant species in the legume family. Native to the Indian subcontinent, the mung bean is mainly cultivated today in India, China, and Southeast Asia. It is also cultivated in hot, dry regions in Southern Europe and the Southern United States. It is used as an ingredient in both savory and sweet dishes.

*MUNG SPROUTING - Mung bean sprouting seeds are quite tasty and boast a hearty, meaty-like flavor. Mung Beans are nutritious and delicious! The sprouts grown from Mung Beans are incredibly rich in protein. *MUNG BEANS - Mung beans are a cousin to the Adzuki Bean. Mung beans can be sprouted and used in stir fry, on salads or for raw-sprouted soups! *FAST GROWING SEEDS - Todd’s Seeds mung sprouting seeds are always fresh! Seeds are hand packaged in the United States to ensure maximum freshness. Growing your own sprouts at home helps save money and time! *LAB TESTED - Todd’s Seeds are lab tested for pathogens and to ensure the highest possible germination rates. Each bag of seeds is manually inspected. *VITAMIN RICH - Mung Bean Sprouts contain vitamin content which is very similar to that of asparagus and some mushrooms. Mung beans are rich in Vitamin A. Todd’s Seeds mung bean sprouting seeds contain beneficial antioxidants.

The English word mung is derived from the Hindi word मूंग Moong derived from the Sanskrit word मुद्ग (mudga). In Tamil it is பாசி பருப்பு (paasi paruppu). In Telugu language it is called పెసర పప్పు (Pesara pappu). In Kannada, it is ಹೆಸರು ಬೇಳೆ (hesaru bele).

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