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Apples from Poland

No fruit has a tradition as old as an apple. Neither has any erotic overtones so unambiguous and understandable in Christian culture. A symbol of paradise lost, original sin, something tempting and forbidden. According to a legend, a forbidden fruit stuck in Adam’s throat; losing paradise, he gained … the “Adam’s apple”, a characteristic pear in men.

Pectin contained in apples helps to lower blood sugar levels in diabetics. Apples in the daily menu significantly increase the chance of a longer and healthier life. The healthiest ones are eaten with the skin. Apples contain less vitamin C (7 mg in 10 grams) than citrus or strawberries, but two apples already provide about 30 percent. the body’s daily requirement for this vitamin. Consumed daily, they can be a significant source of it. The greatest amount of vitamin C is in the skin and just below it. Among the minerals, only potassium is present in significant amounts (100 mg in 10 g), there is little calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, copper and manganese . However, even these small amounts of minerals make apples helpful in maintaining the acid-base balance of the body. In addition, they perfectly quench thirst, because in 64 percent. they consist of water. The high fiber content of these fruits means that they quickly give the feeling of fullness, so desirable when losing weight and maintaining a slim figure. In addition, fiber (1.5 g in 10 g) stimulates metabolic processes.

Apples contain minimal amounts of protein and fat and close to 9%. carbohydrates , mainly fructose, are therefore relatively low in calories – 10 dag is about 40 kcal. Two apples provide about 100 kcal, which is as much as one stuffed wafer.

Apples can be eaten both raw and in the form of juices, compotes, wine, jams, jellies or as ingredients of many salads and dishes, especially warm.

Onion from Poland

This teary fruit of autumn came to Europe from Asia, along with poppy seeds, spinach and cucumbers. In the inventory of food allocated to the slaves building the Egyptian pyramids, it was ranked high and was described as a ‘willing-to-work’ product. There is also a legend from that time that the number of her T-shirts foretells the severity of winter; the more shirts he puts on (the more layers he has), the harsher winter to be expected. Because of its ability to squeeze tears in people who had contact with it, in ancient Egypt it was forbidden to eat onions on national holidays, because these should be days of joy, not crying.

It contains small amounts of: vitamins C, A, PP, B vitamins, iron, phosphorus, calcium . It does not make you fat, provides only 35 calories .

It has bactericidal properties similar to garlic, lowers blood cholesterol levels and prevents the formation of blood clots. It also has a strong diuretic effect and also dissolves and eliminates urea. This makes it an excellent remedy for treating rheumatism and arthritis.

Tomatoes from Poland

This vegetable is native to South or Central America. So far, scientists have been debating whether the motherland of tomatoes is Peru or Mexico. The fact is that the Indians were growing them there several centuries before Columbus. They were brought to Europe by Spanish sailors in the 16th century, but they were the fruit of wild tomatoes, as small as cherries. The nineteenth century began the career of tomato. It was then that the large-scale cultivation of tomatoes in North America began, making them into juices that were drunk all year round. In the Aztec language, tomatoes were called zitotomata. They came to Europe as ‘pomi del Peru’. Italians called them ‘poma d’oro’ or ‘poma amoris’.

Action and nutritional value. The minerals include: sodium, potassium, calcium, iron, copper, phosphorus, chlorine, nickel, cobalt, magnesium and manganese . They have a detoxifying effect on the body and have antitoxic properties.

It has a very wide culinary use. It tastes great both raw and cooked. An excellent addition and product for sauces, soups, salads and juices.

Cucumbers from Poland

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