Bean Sprouts

Bean Sprouts: tuwa gnog

In Thai cooking, the most common form of bean sprouts come from mung beans. This extremely healthy bean packs a healthy punch, with its robust amounts of vitamins and minerals, as well as its ease in digestibility. It is also, surprisingly, the most widely consumed sprout in the world!

The bean is widely available in any Asian market, and you can easily sprout the beans yourself. Some shops sell the sprouts fresh, although this is a little more challenging to find. More specifically, nutritionally, mung bean sprouts are high in the vitamins A, B, C and E, as well as the nutrients calcium, iron, magnesium, and potassium. Mung bean sprouts are also composed of a whopping 20% protein. Sprinkle the sprouts on any stir-fry or salad!

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