Select the sprouts: Choose sprouts that have reached the desired length. Bean sprouts are typically ready to harvest when they are about 4-6 inches long.

Cutting technique: Instead of cutting each sprout individually, gather a small bunch of bean sprouts together.

Hold and cut: Hold the bunch of bean sprouts near the base, where they are attached. Use clean scissors or a knife to cut through the entire bunch at once.

Repeat: Continue this process, working your way through the batch of sprouts. You can efficiently harvest a large quantity in a short amount of time using this method.

Rinse if necessary: Once harvested, you can rinse the bean sprouts under cold water to remove any loose hulls or debris.

Store or use immediately: Store the harvested bean sprouts in the refrigerator for freshness or use them immediately in salads, stir-fries, sandwiches, or any other dishes.

This trick helps speed up the harvesting process by allowing you to cut multiple sprouts at once. Remember to use a clean cutting tool to maintain hygiene, especially if you plan to consume the bean sprouts raw. Additionally, harvest bean sprouts just before use to ensure freshness and optimal flavor.