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|Mamta, on 31/7/2017 06:40am|
Thank you for your post sk, that is a really helpful answer.
Last time someone asked me this question on https://www.facebook.com/mamtaskitchen/?rc=p page, I actually soaked the whole urad overnight to check. It indeed turned green, which I had never noticed before, because I had never soaked it for that long before.
I hadn't compared the prices of urad and mung before, but what you say makes complete sense. If Mung is more expensive, why would anyone do that!
So this question is resolved for ever, mung beans are NOT painted to make them look like URAD!
|JD, on 18/12/2018 03:24pm|
Then question remains the same, what is it, why Black urad turns bluish green? I saw water was full of black color particles.
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