- Mung Beans are buttery textured beans that are mild in flavour making them very versatile in any vegan or vegetarian dish
- Product of China, packed in South Africa
- They are a great source of protein and iron but contain no cholesterol and have a low glycemic index (Low GI)
- High in fibre to aid in digestion and maintain digestive health
- Rich in Vitamin K, crucial to regulating normal blood clotting with injuries
- High in manganese which acts as an antioxidant and fights free radicals within the body
- High in folate to help bodies generate new cells and aid in healthy pregnancy
- Rich in phosphorus that detoxes the body and maintains bone and dental health
- Cooking beans from dry (rather than using canned) allows you to have a better control over the preparation of the beans, like staying away from nasty additives, often making it the healthiest choice
How to Use
- Add 3 cups water to a pot and boil; once water is boiling add 1 cup mung beans and return to a boil. Then lower the heat to medium-low and simmer for 45-60 minutes, or until beans are soft yet have retained their gentle natural crunch.
1 out of 1 people would recommend this product19/04/2018, By NellyBecause of it's small size, it cooks quickly (especially when soaked overnight). It has very little flavour of its own but works well in curries or stews. This has become a staple for me.
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