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Easy Way Getting 5 lbs Mung Bean Sprouts with Your Dishwasher
Published on Jul 25, 2015
All steps how getting 5lbs mung bean sprouts in little less than a week.

It’s definitely 100% homemade bean sprouts.

How do people name the mung bean sprout around the world?

English: Mung bean sprouts
S. Korean: 숙주나물, kongnamul or kong namul or k’ong namul
S. Vietnamese: Giá, giá đậu xanh
N. Vietnamese: Giá đỗ, giá đỗ xanh
Thai: thua ngok
Khmer / Cambodian: sondek bondos
Filipino: toge, utaw, tamyaw
Japanese: daizu no moyashi
Indonesian: toge, tauge (taugé) (of Chinese origin) or kecambah
Malay: toge, tauge (taugé) (of Chinese origin) or kecambah

Chinese:
Cantonese – Jyutping: daai6 dau2 ngaa4 coi3, ngan6 ngaa4 coi3; wong4 dau2 nga4; dau2 ngaa4; ngaa4 coi3
Mandarin – pinyin: douya, dou ya, dou-ya, huangdouya; da dou ya or da dou-ya
Mandarin – Wade–Giles: touya, huangtouya, huang tou ya or huang tou-ya*
Taiwanese / Ho-lo / Hokkien: tāu-gê (豆芽), tāu-tshài (豆菜)

Source (names): Wikipedia

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