Toge is a Filipino word for Mung Bean Sprouts. Toge is usually or often used in the Philippines as an ingredient for Lumpia (Fried Spring Rolls). They cane also be sauteed with ground meat or shrimps which is called Ginisang Toge (Sauteed Mung Bean Sprouts) in the Philippines


Other definition:
Toge which also spelled Togue is a Filipino term meaning "mung bean sprouts"

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