It became sprouts

@ZedSmart (17806)
Philippines
May 4, 2021 8:18am CST
The other day niece plan to cook mung beans soup. She soaked the beans in water a night before so that it will get tender easily without boiling it for more minutes. The following day, the cooking did not push thru and it's just until tonight. It came a surprise to her when she opened the cover of the container where she soaked the beans as it turned into sprouts. Still, the turn around is still a good dish for the nights dinner.
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@DaddyEvil (38953)
• United States
4 May
Yeah, beans of any kind will sprout quickly if left in water for a day or two. I'm glad the soup still came out tasting good.
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@ZedSmart (17806)
• Philippines
4 May
Thankfully she did a good job.
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@DaddyEvil (38953)
• United States
4 May
@ZedSmart That's good!
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@oahuwriter (21980)
• United States
19h
How interesting! You got double nutrition!
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@ZedSmart (17806)
• Philippines
17h
Yes, for sure.
@DianneN (225579)
• United States
4 May
I can only imagine how quickly the beans sprouted. At least the soup turned out well.
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@ZedSmart (17806)
• Philippines
5 May
Yes, they were. It could be use as ingredients for spring rolls.
@allen0187 (46829)
• Philippines
4 May
That happens when you leave beans in water. Anyway, good you are still able to have your dinner.
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@ZedSmart (17806)
• Philippines
4 May
Yes, she's still able to cook it.
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@Janet357 (71869)
4 May
I will do this next time.
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@ZedSmart (17806)
• Philippines
4 May
Yes, anytime.