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Video: Chives

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Video: All About Chives 2023, January



Calories, kcal: 30 Proteins, g: 3.3 Fats, g: 0.7 Carbohydrates, g: 1.9

Chives (sibulet onions, chives, chives) is a perennial herb of the onion family. One of the first to appear in the spring are the thin fist-like leaves of this onion. Chives blooms with round umbrellas of bright purple color, the bulbs are ovoid. It grows back very quickly after cutting.

There is still no definite answer to the question of the origin of chives, and China, Siberia, and Italy consider themselves the birthplace of chives.

Amateur gardeners use the unpretentiousness and decorativeness of the leaves and flowers of chives to decorate their backyards.

Calorie content of chives

The calorie content of chives is 30 kcal per 100 grams of product.

Composition and useful properties of chives

Thin "feathers" of chives are a storehouse of vitamins and minerals, they include: beta-carotene, ascorbic acid, choline, vitamins B3, B9 and K, trace elements calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, selenium and zinc.

Early chives greens help to restore the body after winter colds, hypovitaminosis, increases appetite and strengthens the immune system.

Chives in cooking

Moderately spicy, juicy and fragrant chives are the best for preparing green salads, good in omelets and sauces, and will decorate the taste of meat, fish and vegetable dishes. Chives can be prepared for future use - by drying or salting (calorizer). The chefs of the most famous restaurants use it as a decoration and an original way to tie bags of pancakes, thin dough or lettuce leaves.

Contraindications include diseases of the intestines, stomach and increased acidity of gastric juice, with such diagnoses, frequent use of chives in food is not recommended.

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