Mung beans are a popular alternative to meat for vegetarians and those on strict budgets since they pack a lot of protein for the price. Mung beans are also quite high in potassium, fiber, magnesium and B vitamins. They also make an excellent diet food since one cup (250 ml) of mung beans is less than 30 calories.
Mung beans are known for their sweet flavor and mung bean paste is used in some Asian countries to make frozen ice desserts. The paste is made from skinned, cooked and mashed mung beans. De-hulled mung beans are popular in soups as well as pancakes in some Asian countries. In India, deep fried mung beans are a snack food. In Indonesia, the mung bean's sweet flavor is enhanced by adding sugar, ginger and coconut milk and enjoyed as a snack.
Mung beans specification: 3.00mm above Germination rate: 95% above