Whole Green Mung Beans


NaturevibeUK

Culinary

RT-391V-9EUJ

20 In Stock

Regular price £8.78
What's Inside? Whole Green Mung Beans can be eaten cooked or sprouted. When sprouted, they are a living food power packed with enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.  Whole Green Mung Beans can be eaten sprouted and cooked, sweet or savory. Benefits? Packed With Healthy Nutrients.  High Antioxidant Levels  Consumption of mung...

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What's Inside?
  • Whole Green Mung Beans can be eaten cooked or sprouted.
  • When sprouted, they are a living food power packed with enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. 
  • Whole Green Mung Beans can be eaten sprouted and cooked, sweet or savory.

Benefits?

  • Packed With Healthy Nutrients. 
  • High Antioxidant Levels 
  • Consumption of mung bean protein protects against weight gain and fat accumulation caused by a high-fat diet, thanks to its positive impact on the gut microbiota.

Uses?

  • Whole mung beans can take anywhere from thirty to forty minutes when cooked on the stovetop, but using a pressure cooker reduces the cooking time slightly, to about twenty minutes.
  • To avoid overly mushy mung beans, cook them on high pressure at zero minutes, with a ten-minute natural pressure release.
What's Inside?
  • Whole Green Mung Beans can be eaten cooked or sprouted.
  • When sprouted, they are a living food power packed with enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. 
  • Whole Green Mung Beans can be eaten sprouted and cooked, sweet or savory.

Benefits?

  • Packed With Healthy Nutrients. 
  • High Antioxidant Levels 
  • Consumption of mung bean protein protects against weight gain and fat accumulation caused by a high-fat diet, thanks to its positive impact on the gut microbiota.

Uses?

  • Whole mung beans can take anywhere from thirty to forty minutes when cooked on the stovetop, but using a pressure cooker reduces the cooking time slightly, to about twenty minutes.
  • To avoid overly mushy mung beans, cook them on high pressure at zero minutes, with a ten-minute natural pressure release.
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