Ang taogi bow! Mung bean

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When I was little, I remembered my mom grew a mung bean and used it as one of the ingredients for lumpia, it is one of Filipino food. Then I as I was watching this youtube channel of a korean lady making a post about how to grow a mung bean, I thought I want to try it Check her video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-m74YYPVbWU. So, I bought a planter and i already had mung bean seeds. Planted it and in six days the sprouts grew taller. we call this Mung bean sprouts but for us back home we called it taoge. Pretty cool huh, I just cooked the bean sprouts and it was so good.

From my planter to my platter mmMm #taogi growing my own #mungbeansprouts #diy #sudansapobrenguyamot

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