Bean sprouts are a nutritious addition to your diet and are relatively simple to grow. Here's how.
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When they are ready, give the sprouts a final rinse, drain, and leave for 8 hours to allow excess water to evaporate. The sprouts can then be stored in the refrigerator for up to five days. Discard crop if mold develops.
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