12 oz or 340g
Jobs tears is used alongside other herbs in traditional Chinese medicine for cooling. One Vietnamese sweet, cold soup called sâm bổ lượng has Job's Tears as one of its ingredients.
Like many other grains, Jobs Tears can be prepared by boiling or steaming. To make soup, take one part of Jobs Tears to 8 parts of water. Before boiling or cooking raw Job’s Tears, rinse and soak in water for about an hour. Then boil with the same water for an hour.
Chinese Recipe: The Chinese cook it into a drink, served hot or chilled and seasoned with sugar or honey, which is then the popular yì mí shui. By adding a tea spoon of fresh lemon juice, it is another hit way of savoring the drink.