Does vinegar disinfect bean sprouts?

Answer Vinegar will not disinfect bean sprouts safely. Bean sprouts become contaminated while they are still seeds, although bean seeds that have been treated with a vinegar and lime solution have been sh... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Does vinegar disinfect bean sprouts

Where do bean sprouts come from?

Beans sprouts are grown from the mung bean, which originated in Asia thousands of years ago. The process of growing bean sprouts is simple and can be accomplished in any kitchen, through the germin... Read More »

How to Cook Bean Sprouts?

Bean sprouts are common ingredients in many Asian cuisines and are often found used in salads. The most common come from mung beans, which are sprouted commercially under specific light-dark condit... Read More »

Do you eat the beans on bean sprouts?

With bean sprouts, both the bean and the attached sprout are edible and highly nutritious. With most types of sprouted beans, the bean itself becomes tender and chewy, adding texture to any dish to... Read More »

What is the origin of bean sprouts?

Bean sprouts originated in the Middle East over 5,000 years ago when humans starting sprouting vegetable seeds after finding out they could germinate. Sprouts were used by Chinese doctors to cure a... Read More »