Kiwi fruit in addition to fresh food, can also be processed into a variety of food and drink.
If the sauce, juice, canned, preserved fruit, jelly, etc., has rich nutritional value, is a senior tonic nutrition.
People in some countries also make it into salads, sauces and other desserts, and it has long become a favorite fruit.
What are the values of kiwi fruit?
1. Edible value
The taste of kiwi fruit is sweet and sour and delicious.
In addition to fresh food, fruit can also be processed into a variety of food and drink, such as sauce, juice, canned, preserved fruit, jelly, etc., has rich nutritional value, is a high-grade nourishing nutrient.
It is also made into desserts such as salads and sauces, and it has long been a favorite fruit.
2. Nutritional value
Kiwi fruit is rich in vitamin C. Just eat 1 fresh kiwi fruit or a cup of kiwi juice every day to meet your vitamin C needs.
Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for human body.
It cannot be synthesized by assimilation of the body itself.
When lacking, it can lead to mental depression, fatigue and weakness. Severe deficiency can lead to scurvy.
Kiwifruit contains a lot of minerals, especially suitable to replenish the electrolytes lost by physical exercise in hot weather.
It is the most effective natural source of electrolytes in food therapy.
3. Economic value
From the point of view of production and utilization, it also has great economic value.
How to eat kiwi fruit.
1. Eat it straight
One of the best ways to eat kiwi fruit is to enjoy it naturally.
When the kiwifruit is overripe, the skin is easy to peel off the flesh.
Before eating, make sure the kiwi is free of any blemishes or scars.P
Gently pinch the fruit with your fingers to feel its softness to ensure ripeness.
If the kiwi is still hard and raw, ripen the kiwi by storing it in a sealed container with apples or bananas for a few days.
2. Serve with kiwi peel
It's okay to eat the skin of a kiwi fruit, as long as you make sure to wash it thoroughly before eating, researchers suggest.
Because compared to the flesh of the kiwi fruit, the skin of the kiwi fruit contains three times the amount of nutrients, vitamin C and fiber.
3. Slice and eat
Slice the kiwi fruit into thin slices with a sharp knife, then savor the delicious slices one at a time.
The slightly bitter taste in the skin contrasts sharply with the sweet flesh of the kiwi fruit.
4. Make kiwi jam
Kiwi jam, sweet and sour.
You can spread the jam on the bread and have a delicious breakfast.
The sour and sweet taste stimulates your appetite.
If the skin of kiwifruit appear ulceration or abnormal black, or sour odor, rancidity and other abnormal odor.
It indicates that it has deteriorated, can breed a large number of bacteria and microorganisms.
It is best not to eat in this case.