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Once the oil rubbing or salt scrubbing part was over, Ms. Ajikrishna instructed me to wash my face and body in an outdoor shower with green mung bean powder, an herbal exfoliant used to cleanse the skin without removing the oil’s benefits.
Start with the crispy spring rolls, filled with a mix of cabbage, carrot, mung bean noodles, and shiitake mushrooms, accompanied with a savory sweet-and-sour dipping sauce.
Diners can pile on shredded chicken, mung bean dumplings, barbecue pork or a mix of sausage, dried shrimp, pork roll and dried shredded pork to their rice pile.
In the spring, the menu will shift toward crunchier, spicer, more pungent foods—asparagus soup, or mung bean salad—to compensate for dampness in the air.
Rollover Make extra sprouted mung bean salad and serve it over cooked brown rice for a complete lunch the next day.
Boston will contribute a recipe for balatong, a mung bean stew, in addition to a story centered on her relationship with her grandparents.
Made from mung bean starch, glass noodles are also referred to as mien or cellophane noodles.
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Origin and Etymology of mung bean
First Known Use: 1910See Words from the same year
MUNG BEAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mung bean for English Language Learners
: a small, round bean often used to grow bean sprouts
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