Peeled Taro Root Introduction
Peeled Taro Root is an important vegetable and food crop with high nutritional and medicinal value and is suitable for all ages. Taro Root is rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, magnesium, sodium, carotene, niacin, vitamin C, B vitamins, saponins and other ingredients.
At Weee, we provide customers with high-quality peeled taro root at a very competitive price.
How to Store Taro Root?
Tip 1. After purchase, the taro root can be stored in a ventilated and dry place, so that it can be stored for three to five days without deterioration. However, during the storage period, the taro can easily become soft and should be eaten as soon as possible.
Tip 2. Taro root should not be placed in a low temperature environment. There are refrigerators in every household, but the taro cannot be stored in the refrigerator. If the temperature of the external environment drops to about zero, the taro must be placed in a place where the temperature is relatively high, otherwise the taro will deteriorate and rot.
Tip 3. When storing the taro, you can remove the outer skin of the taro, then cut into chunks, fry it in a frying pan until the surface is golden, take it out, remove the excess oil, then cool it down, store it in the refrigerator after cooling.
Tip 4. In addition, when storing the taro, you can remove the outer skin, cut it into chunks and steam it in a steamer, then take the steamed taro chunks out to cool down and store them in the refrigerator.
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