A Bing is a traditional Chinese flatbread that originated in the Ming dynasty of China. There are many different types of Bings. Jianbings, which are similar to a fried pancake or crepe, have become a popular Chinese breakfast street food.
Created by Chef Ming Tsai, MingsBings are hand-held vegan patties transported from the Ming dynasty to the 21st century with a fresh new twist. Our patties pack all the flavor and delight of some of your favorites, but with the benefits of vegan eating, including less cholesterol, lower fat and reduced environmental impact. MingsBings are currently available in three flavors: The Original Veggie-Filled Bing, the Buffalo Cauliflower Bing and the Plant-Based Sausage & Peppers Bing.
Ming Tsai, the founder of MingsBings, is a chef, restauranteur, cookbook author, James Beard award winner, Emmy Award winner, and the host of the longest-running cooking show on PBS, Simply Ming, now in its 18th season.
Beyond MingsBings nutritional benefits, we give a portion of proceeds to Family Reach and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, two foundations that are close to Chef Ming Tsai’s heart. His wife and CEO’s lives were saved at Dana-Farber and he currently serves as the President of the National Advisory Board of Family Reach, an organization focused on alleviating the financial strain of a cancer diagnosis.
Visit our Bing Finder and enter your zip code to locate a grocery store near you that carries MingsBings.
Don’t see us at your local store? Here are 3 ways to get your hands on Bings:
- Order online: Our full MingsBings lineup is available at mingsbings.com. Shop from the comfort of your living room and we’ll ship the Bings directly to your front door. Added bonus: in many cases, our new flavors drop here first!
- Ask your local store: If you’re interested in having MingsBings in your grocery store, just ask your grocery manager to bring them in. Interest shown by customers about new products is a great way to get your favorite products into your local shops
- Submit a request to us– If you’ve already asked your local grocery store to carry MingsBings (thank you!), just drop us a note here, and where possible, we’ll reach out to the store directly
Our store finder is powered by data gathered from retailers across the country. As with any technology, there is a small margin for error. It is possible there are certain stores or flavors available in your area that may not be reflected in the store finder. It’s also possible that MingsBings may be sold out at your local store. We recommend calling your grocery store before you arrive to ensure MingsBings are there! Still not finding what you’d like in store? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to your local grocery store manager.
Due to heightened demand on the US supply chain, please allow 5-7 business days before orders are processed and 2-3 business days for shipping. To ensure frozen delivery, MingsBings orders ship Monday through Wednesday, but there may be variances based on your zip code.
After your order ships, we’ll email you your FedEx tracking number. Please check this tracking number for the most up-to-date delivery information. We suggest signing up for FedEx Delivery Manager to receive alerts when your order is out for delivery and delivery is confirmed. Once your order has arrived, please immediately store in the freezer.
MingsBings orders ship Monday through Wednesday, but there may be variances on arrival dates based on your zip code and if you’re delivering to a residential or commercial address. For all deliveries, please ensure someone is at the address to receive the package. MingsBings should be immediately stored in the freezer once your delivery arrives.
MingsBings are sent with dry ice to keep the product frozen upon arrival. Please do not open and handle the dry ice in the box, just set the bag aside in a well-ventilated area away from children, animals and loved ones. Never touch the dry ice directly or put it in a sink, toilet, garbage, unventilated room, on top of tile or a laminate countertop, or in a glass or air-tight container.
At this time we can only fulfill orders within the contiguous U.S. Sorry, shipping is not currently available for our friends in Hawaii, Alaska, or internationally. Please note we are also unable to deliver to PO Boxes, APO of FPO addresses.
All sales are final. However, if you have an issue with your purchase or any other concerns please reach out to our customer service team at email@example.com and we’ll work to quickly find a solution.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to request a change to your order.
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If you have received a wrong or incorrect order, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org within 48 hours of receiving your order so we can work with you to find a solution.
The cooking directions below are provided as general guidelines. Every customer’s pan and cooking elements may vary.
For all methods, after cooking, use a paper towel to pat dry the oil used to crisp the Bings.
Oven/Toaster Oven (20-25 minutes)
Preheat the oven to 425F. Place the frozen Bings on a sheet tray and cook for 20-25 minutes, flipping halfway through. If you are using a toaster oven, place the frozen Bing on the oven rack with a tray underneath to catch any oil renderings.
Air Fryer (12-14 minutes)
Place the frozen Bings in the air fryer basket. Close the air fryer and set to the highest cooking temperature (usually around 400F). Cook for 12-14 minutes until golden, brown.
Cast-Iron Pan (12-14 minutes)
Place the frozen Bing in a cast-iron pan on medium heat. Cook 12-14 minutes, flipping halfway through. Try not to move the Bing in the pan. This allows the oil to render into the pan, creating a crispy, crunchy wrapper with a golden brown crust.
Grill (12-16 minutes)
Place frozen Bings in the middle of a preheated grill and cook on medium with the lid closed for 12-16 minutes, flipping and moving only once.
Super Speedy (6-8 minutes)
1. Place frozen Bing on a plate and cook in the microwave for 1 ½ minutes. Meanwhile, heat a cast-iron pan on medium heat.
2. Place the defrosted Bing in the cast iron pan for 4 minutes, flipping halfway through.
Before the Butcher©, producer of Uncut®, is a family of certified 100% plant-based, high in protein, gluten-free and non-GMO Project verified foods based in California and and recently recognized by Food & Wine as one of their test kitchen favorites. We use Uncut® Italian Sausage in our Plant-Based Sausage & Peppers Bing. To learn more about Before the Butcher© and Uncut®, visit their website.