Pumpkin is one of the most sought-after vegetables in the diet and baby food. In a dark, cool room, fruits can be stored until spring. But the cut pumpkin for a long time can not be saved. In addition, the grown fruits often reach enormous sizes, and the family is not able to eat so many pumpkins for a maximum of two weeks. That is why this vegetable is recommended to dry. And how to do it correctly, we will tell in our article.
Pumpkin dried: calorie and nutritional value
Pumpkin, like most other dried vegetables and fruits, retains the same set of useful substances that were contained in it fresh. The composition of the dried vegetable contains all the important vitamins and minerals necessary for the normal functioning of the body, dietary fiber, which have a beneficial effect on metabolic processes and promote the elimination of toxins and toxins.
Dried pumpkin gives strength during physical exertion, has a positive effect on all organs of the digestive system, strengthens memory. Moreover, the resulting semi-finished product does not require additional heat treatment. Dried pumpkin contains