This mix of spicy microgreens packs a peppery punch. Wasabi, nasturtium, and hong vit and sango radish shoots add a kick, while zesty mizuna and sweet red Russian kale provide balance. Mix them with regular greens to add oomph to your salads or use them as a garnish—they're brilliant sprinkled over slices of raw tuna drizzled with sesame oil.
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Hearty sprouts such as mung bean can be kept in a sealed plastic bag in the fridge, but more delicate varieties such as pea shoots and alfalfa sprouts need ventilation and should be refrigerated in the plastic containers they're sold in. They should keep for 2 to 3 days.
Freezing Mung Bean Sprouts
If you plan to cook with hearty mung bean sprouts, you can store them in an airtight container in the freezer for several months. Don't bother thawing; toss them right from the freezer into the pan.