The dishes made from beef are very easy to eat, \rich nutritional content, help enhance immunity, replenish blood, strengthen muscles so mothers often buy back to the whole family often. However, when processing delicious dishes from beef, housewives must remember absolutely to avoid mistakes below to make nutritious food toxic for the whole family.
Cook beef with soybeans or soy products
Soybeans and soy products such as tofu, soy milk containing lots of purines that is the cause of the accumulation of uric acid in the body, leading to gout. Beef is similar in nature, so combining these foods will increase the amount of uric acid in the body causing joint pain, especially dangerous for gout.
Don’t grill beef
Grilled beef will taste delicious but not the recommended way. Because through the process of grilling, smoked beef will produce carcinogens such as nitrosamine and benzopyrene, etc. These substances are extremely harmful to health.
Therefore, housewives should stir-fry beef to keep its savor.
Don’t eat beef with chestnut
Chestnut is a good dish in the winter. Many families like eating beef and have some chestnut. However, this habit is not recommended. Because beef is rich in protein and chestnut contains many vitamin C. Hence, eating beef with chestnut will degenerate the protein, causing the nutritional value to decrease.
Don’t eat beef with pork
According to Oriental medicine doctors, beef should not eat with pork. Because pork is sour, cold-natured while beef is sweet, equable, tonic, able to strengthen the waist, knees, legs. They are antagonistic towards each other, thus, don’t have both of them in a meal.
In addition, beef is slightly smelly. Presenting both dishes will reduce the delicious taste of pork dishes.
Do not prepare beef with vegetables such as chives, fermented onion, fresh ginger or drink with white wine
Eating these foods with beef will cause heat in the body, causing gum disease, according to Oriental medicine.
Nguyet Hang Do
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