Calories, kcal: 375 Protein, g: 10.0 Fat, g: 2.5 Carbohydrates, g: 77.5
Mulberry, or mulberry, is the fruit of a mulberry tree, a recognized long-liver among fruit and berry trees. The average lifespan of a mulberry tree is 200 years, some trees bear fruit much longer, mulberry trees planted by Peter the Great (calorizator) grow in the Kiev Botanical Garden. Mulberries are seasonal, so that all year round to be able to benefit and enjoy the taste of mulberries, mulberries are dried in the fresh air or in special drying installations. Dried mulberry, like any dried fruit, tastes sweeter than fresh, the aroma depends on the mulberry variety.
Calorie content of dried mulberry
The calorie content of dried mulberry is 375 kcal per 100 grams of product.
The composition and useful properties of dried mulberry
The product contains: beta-carotene, vitamins A, B1, B2, C, H and PP, as well as minerals necessary for the body: potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, sodium, natural dietary fiber, sugar. Dried mulberry is a natural immunostimulant, increasing the body's resistance to external negative influences. The product has a mild diuretic effect, normalizes intestinal peristalsis, has anti-inflammatory and diaphoretic properties.
The harm of dried mulberry
Dried mulberry can provoke allergic reactions, eating an excessive amount of dried berries can cause diarrhea. Dried mulberry does not combine well with other products, it can cause digestive upset, it is better to eat berries separately.
Dried mulberry in cooking
Dried mulberries are used as a separate product as a healthy snack or decoctions or tea are prepared on its basis.