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The Properties and Benefits of Nutmeg Here's how it can be used in the kitchen
Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Shkurt 2020
The benefits and benefits you can get from nuts are numerous. It stimulates digestion, removes certain disorders such as nausea, nausea and is useful against diarrhea. According to folk medicine, this spice is also considered a powerful aphrodisiac.
Oil extracted from nuts is effective against neuralgic and rheumatic pains. But you should not abuse the amount you use. This nut, in fact, if consumed at high doses (for doses greater than 5 grams) causes changes in consciousness and hallucinations.
The nutrients and nutrients of nutmeg are:
100 gr of walnut contains:
5.84 gr of protein
49.29 gr carbohydrate
28.49 gr of sugars
36.31 gr of fats
16 mg sodium
20.8 g of nutritional fiber
Using walnut in the kitchen:
The taste of nutmeg is refined, sweet, exotic and slightly spicy. In the kitchen you find use in some cakes, in some types of sauces, in soups, baked dishes and in potato puree, enriching it with a unique flavor.
Muscle nuts are perfect for exotic cocktails or to flavor alcoholic beverages, such as warm summers.
It is widespread in the Middle East and enriches the taste of meat, eggs and cheese.
In Europe, it is widely used in German cuisine for vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower and beans. In Italy, it has been added to meat, cheese or spinach-based toppings for tortellini, ravioli and cinnamon.