[How to judge the authenticity of laver]_How to choose_Distinguish method
Seaweed is delicious. In addition, its nutritional value cannot be underestimated.
Although laver is not a very expensive food, in today’s market, there are still many unscrupulous merchants to make fake and shoddy laver. If eaten, this laver will bring great harm to human health.
So, how to distinguish true and false?
The following will introduce!
First, how does laver distinguish between true and false?
First we can observe the color of the laver.
Laver contains phycoerythrin, so the color of laver we usually buy should be dark brown or purplish brown with natural luster.
At present, in order to save costs, some black-hearted manufacturers use cheap seaweed or sea vegetables dyed with color indicator laver to sell.
The second method is to soak a small piece of laver in water instead.
The color of the water from real laver is almost unchanged.
If the color of the water turns into a bright fuchsia or even ink-like color, it must be false; another method is to take a small piece of laver and roast it on fire.Just like seaweed.
If it turns yellow after roasting, it is inferior laver; 3.
The last method is to discern by taste.
Some counterfeit seaweed turned out to be made of plastic film.
There is no problem with the color of the soaking water, but it won’t rot when chewed in the mouth, and it is very elastic to tear it with your hand.
Second, the consumption of laver is a very delicious food. Many people like it very much, but it is not advisable to eat too much at one time.Guide III. What to do if the laver is moldy? If laver is already red, it is generally not recommended.
Because mold can produce toxins and affect your health.
If you have to eat, there are two points that need special attention.
First, it can be washed carefully to remove some molds. If laver is moldy, it will often rot when washed, so don’t eat it at this time.
The second is to thoroughly heat.
The laver that has already turned red should not be convenient. Rinse it with boiling water to make a soup, or even thoroughly heat it.