Bean Sprouts Introduction
Bean sprouts have good taste, and rich nutrition. Bean sprout is rich in protein, fat, carbohydrates, multivitamins, cellulose, carotene, niacin, phosphorus, zinc and other minerals.
It is an indispensable food material in people's lives. Because it contains cellulose, bean sprout is stir-fried with chives, which can be used to prevent and treat constipation in the elderly and young children. It is safe and effective. Bean sprout contains a variety of vitamins. Regular consumption has an adjuvant therapeutic effect on tongue sores and stomatitis caused by vitamin B2 deficiency and diseases caused by vitamin C deficiency. Americans like bean sprout very much and think it is one of the most suitable vegetables for obese people.
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How to Store Bean Sprouts?
Tip 1. Putting it directly in the freezer of the refrigerator is the easiest way to store it.
Tip 2. Blanch mung bean sprouts to extend the storage time of mung bean sprouts. If you put it in the refrigerator and take some when you eat, it will be more convenient.
Tip 3. If you don't want to eat bean sprouts for the time being, it is best not to turn it, because during the turning process, it will cause damage to the bean sprouts and it will be very easy to rot.
Tip 4. When storing mung bean sprouts, do not cut off the roots of the mung bean sprouts, so that the mung bean sprouts can be stored for a longer time.
Tip 5. Store mung bean sprouts in a basin full of water, so that there is no problem with eating within one or two days.
Tip 6. Wrap the bean sprouts with plastic wrap to keep the green bean sprouts longer.
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