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Is mung bean sprout vegan?

Mung bean sprout is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mung bean sprout?

Mung bean sprouts are a crunchy and flavorful ingredient that are commonly used in Asian cuisine. They are harvested from the sprouted seeds of the mung bean plant and are packed with nutrients such as vitamin C, iron, and fiber. With their crisp texture and mild, nutty flavor, mung bean sprouts can add a refreshing crunch to salads, sandwiches, stir-fries, and soups. They are also a popular ingredient in vegetarian and vegan cooking, as they are a good source of protein and can be used as a meat substitute. Mung bean sprouts are easy to grow at home and are a great addition to any healthy diet.

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