ORGANIC ADZUKI BEANS
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Botanical name: Vigna angularis
Origin: China / Argentina
Storage: store in a cool, dry, dark place in a well-sealed container.
Disclaimer: this product has been packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens. Even though this product has been grown, cleaned and packaged with the utmost care, please be aware that impurities may occur.
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I bought 1 lb to sprout with green and beluga lentils and mung beans. Even after prolonged soaking hardly any adzuki sprouted. Guess I got an old batch. Maybe I'll search for a chocolate mousse recipe as noted below...I imagine they will cook up okay, though likely take longer than if they were fresh.
I like to soak them for around 12-16 hours, with salt added, and then cook them in my pressure cooker. So far I’ve had them as is and in a soup and both were great!OM Foods has excellent customer service and I enjoy ordering from them because I can get the products I need and don’t have to worry : ).