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Article: [From now on] Chestnut


[From now on] Chestnut

Chestnuts have a very long history, dating back to the Jomon period.
It is known that people have been eating chestnuts for nearly 10,000 years.


Chestnuts contain a lot of carbohydrates, and it is said that 5 to 6 chestnuts are equivalent to one cup of rice.
In addition, it is rich in nutrients such as vitamin B1, which helps recover from fatigue, and potassium and vitamin C, which are essential for regulating blood pressure and salt concentration.
In particular, the vitamin C contained in chestnuts is special. Normally, vitamin C is vulnerable to heat and is relatively easily lost before ingestion. You can get enough vitamin C.


In addition, it is a rich source of nutrition that is close to a versatile food, such as boosting immunity, antioxidant action, and containing folic acid that is essential for the generation of the body.
However, since it is rich in nutrients such as lipids and dietary fiber that should be consumed in appropriate amounts, it is not enough to eat only chestnuts.
While adding color to your dining table with various ingredients, please enjoy a colorful meal that can only be enjoyed at this time of year by incorporating chestnuts, which are the taste of autumn.

Nachu Ra
pâtissier Yuhi Hasada