Tai Tong Organic Valley
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🐝 Supplier / Place Of Origin：Tai Tong Organic Valley / Yuen Long
🔖 Certification： HKORC Certified
🌱 Producer Introduction：
Producer: Tai Tong Organic Valley
No.11, Tai Tong Shan Road, Yuen Long, N.T. Hong Kong
Tai Tong Organic Valley, also known as Tai Tong Lychee Garden, is a farm and botanical garden in Hong Kong, located in Tai Tong, Yuen Long District, New Territories. It was established in December 1993.
Tai Tong Organic Valley is a combination of nature, farms and amusement parks. The facilities and landscapes in the venue are very thoughtful. It has been cooperated by Guangdong South China Agricultural University and can be used as a natural education. In addition to natural waterfalls, lotus ponds, gardens and other beautiful scenery, you can also visit the "mini zoo" to get close contact with ostriches, goats or wild boars, etc. You can also feed thousands of koi in the Lake Pavilion. And the rope net array, the children's playground and the waterwheel.
🌱 Supplier Products：
🛍 Product Information (Main) (English)：
Binomial Name：Vigna radiata
Other Names：Mung Bean
Product Description：Mung bean is the seed of mung bean, an annual erect or apical micro-entangled herbaceous plant of the genus Vigna of the butterfly family Leguminosae. Sweet and cold in nature, it has the functions of clearing away heat and detoxification, relieving summer heat and diuresis, reducing carbuncle and swelling, moistening throat and quenching thirst, benefiting stomach and intestines, removing irritable heat, etc. It has a good effect on heat stroke and sore throat. Mung beans are rich in dietary fiber, which can reduce human cholesterol and blood fat, and can help gastrointestinal motility to promote defecation. Mung beans are rich in plant protein, starch, B vitamins and minerals. Vitamin B1 helps the body break down carbohydrates, aids digestion and defecation, and maintains the function of the heart and nervous system; while vitamin B2, as a part of coenzyme, participates in energy metabolism and maintains skin health.
It is native to India and Myanmar, and is now commonly grown in East Asian countries. There are also a small amount of planting in Africa, Europe and the United States. The main export countries are China and Myanmar.
Supply Season：Hong Kong is supplied throughout the year.
Storage Method：Mung beans should be stored in a dry, airtight container and placed in a cool, ventilated, dry place away from direct sunlight. Take adequate measures to prevent moisture, mildew and insects as much as possible, and store them in the refrigerator.
#Should Be / Avoided：
Appropriate: People with irritability and suffocation, dry throat and thirst when the weather is hot and humid, people with skin infections caused by heat toxins such as boils, carbuncles, and erysipelas, and those with high blood pressure, edema, and pink eye can eat more mung beans. It should be eaten when the body is hot, fiery or heatstroke. It can be eaten urgently in case of mild food poisoning.
Avoid: mung beans are cold in nature, so women with weak constitution, low blood pressure, women who are in the menstrual period, and people who are prone to cold hands and feet should not eat more, so as not to hurt the spleen and stomach, obstruct blood flow or cause dizziness and discomfort. It is suitable for people who are prone to diarrhea, weak and taking warming tonics. Mung bean is a kind of cool food, plus it has the effect of diuretic effect, so people with weak constitution and frequent urination, it is best not to drink more.
Affordable: Mung bean and rice can be cooked together to make mung bean porridge, which can enhance appetite and facilitate the elderly to swallow. Mung bean has the functions of clearing away heat and detoxifying, promoting body fluid and quenching thirst, while pumpkin can invigorate the middle and invigorate qi, so mixing the two together can maintain good health. Compatibility: 1. Mung bean and fish: Mung bean is rich in vitamin B1, but fish contains enzymes that can destroy vitamin B1. If eaten successively, it will destroy the absorption of vitamin B1. 2. Mung bean and mutton: mutton is warm tonic, mung bean is cold, and eating it before and after will reduce the warming and tonic effect of mutton. 3. There are also rumors that mung beans and dog meat are mutually compatible, otherwise it will cause abdominal distension.
Cooking Skills：The organic acids and vitamins in mung beans are easily damaged and reduced due to prolonged heating. Therefore, when cooking mung bean soup, it is best to cook quickly with hot water and mung beans. Mung beans can not only be used to make porridge and soup, but also can be made into mung bean paste, mung bean soup, mung bean porridge, pastries and other desserts and desserts.
Notes：Do not cook mung beans in an iron pot, because the tannins in mung beans will form black iron tannins with iron at high temperatures, which will affect appetite and be detrimental to human health.
Mung beans should not be overcooked, otherwise the organic acids and vitamins in them will be destroyed, which will greatly reduce the heat-clearing and detoxifying functions of mung beans.
Mung bean has a detoxification effect. In case of organophosphorus pesticide poisoning, lead poisoning, alcohol poisoning, etc., you can take a bowl of mung bean soup for emergency treatment. People who often work in toxic environments or are easily exposed to toxic substances can eat mung bean often. to reduce body toxins.
Beans are rich in purines, which are metabolized into uric acid. Uric acid itself is not a toxin, but it may contribute to the development or worsening of gout. However, recent research has questioned this association, finding that moderate intake of purine-rich foods is not associated with an increased risk of gout.
Dish：Lotus root mung bean soup, mung bean bacon dumplings, mung bean cool, mung bean paste, mung bean paste cake.
Supply Period： Hong Kong Is Supplied Throughout The Year.
Suggested Eating Method：
Organic acids and vitamins in mung beans are easily reduced due to excessive heating time. Therefore, when cooking mung bean soup, it is best to cook with hot water and mung beans together. Mung beans can not only cook porridge and soup, but also make snacks and desserts such as mung bean paste, mung bean soup, mung bean porridge, and pastry.
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