Sushi and rolls: Is it good Japanese cuisine?
Published : 19-03-2016, 19:42 | Category: BEAUTY
Sushi and rolls - a dish whose main ingredient is rice and rice vinegar, fish (in most recipes - raw), wasabi, seaweed (nori), ginger and soy sauce. they are useful, especially the fact that seafood often used in their preparation are not subjected to heat treatment, so a high content of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.
Nori is a source of calcium, iron and iodine. The wasabi contain antioxidants and vitamin C, in addition, it helps to protect teeth from cavities and has antiseptic properties. In turn, ginger improves digestion and has anti-inflammatory properties.
In addition, these low-calorie meals and hearty at the same time, and their basic ingredients - fish and rice - combine well with each other and are suitable for those who adheres to a separate food. That is why there was even a so-called sushi diet, according to which once a week is to arrange a kind of fasting day during which there can be only sushi and rolls.
Despite the fact that Japanese cuisine is very useful, there are some negative aspects of eating sushi and rolls. So, we should not abuse them allergies (fish red varieties, which is used for sushi, for these people it may be a strong allergen), and those who suffer from gastritis, ulcer disease, or has any disease of the gastrointestinal tract.
Another danger lies in the fact that "Japanese" meals prepared in our country can be almost similar to the original. For instance, if Japanese raw fish in sushi added only fresh, we have it may be not only the few hours per day but that makes this product is quite dangerous for the body. So you should get round "Japanese" restaurants of questionable reputation.
In addition, according to the recommendations of doctors, as far as possible is to give preference to the sushi and rolls, in which raw fish is replaced by salted salmon, smoked eel or boiled shrimp. In addition, in order not to poison poor quality meal before you start eating sushi or rolls, they are worth a sniff. Do not eat them, if there is an odor reminiscent of ammonia.