Winter Vitamins Report Tangerine! Tangerines that disappear by eating one or two are rich in vitamin C to prevent colds.
1. Basic Information
· How to Buy: The skin is relatively thin, hard, and heavy for its size is more juicy than the skin is thick and light in weight.
· Similar ingredients: Hallabong (Tangerine and Hallabong are rich in vitamin C. tangerines are smaller than bumpy Hallabong.)
· Storage temperature: 18 to 25°C
· Storage date: 15 days
· Storage method: Store at room temperature or in refrigerator. If you store tangerines on top of each other, they can easily go bad, so keep them well ventilated.
· How to Trim: Recently, the tangerine peel may have pesticide on it, or some have been coated with a film agent to maintain its freshness, so you should rub salt on the skin to remove it.
· Characteristics of mountainous areas and other information: It is well cultivated in a place with abundant sunlight and warm temperatures.
2. Information on ingestion
· How to eat: Remove the skin and eat it raw or processed into canned bread for use in confectionery bread, sometimes served with juice.
· Corrosion Food Information: Broccoli (broccoli is a representative of vegetables that contain a lot of iron, but it needs the help of vitamin C to be absorbed by the body.)
· Diet: Tangerines are low in calories and suitable for obese people. However, over-consumption is not beneficial to diet.
· Effectiveness: Prevention of cold (Tangerine vitamin C helps smooth metabolism, strengthens skin and mucous membranes, and prevents colds in winter).