Before and after the Dragon Boat Festival, many people like to eat Zongzi for breakfast. Some people who love zongzi even give up the dinner and eat zongzi. In fact, this will not only affect the normal digestion, but also damage the stomach.
The practice of jujube zongzi -- the cultural connotation of jujube zongzi
The cultural connotation of jujube and zongzi
Zongzi is the festival food of Dragon Boat Festival, which was called "jiaoshu" in ancient times. It is said that it was invented for Qu Yuan who sacrificed to the river. It is the most profound traditional food in Chinese history. Send each other zongzi to commemorate the day. In the Song Dynasty, the records of the dream in Tokyo recorded that "today, people make Zongzi on May 5, which is also the legacy of Miluo". It is said that the purpose of making zongzi in the Dragon Boat Festival is to commemorate the patriotic poet Qu Yuan.
There is also a legend that says, 'Ji, Qu Yuan's elder sister started to make zongzi' (according to the foreign garden). It is said that Qu Yuan's elder sister created zongzi.
Although the above is not the official history, it can be seen at least that the custom of eating zongzi on the Dragon Boat Festival is closely related to the commemoration of the patriotic poet Qu Yuan. It can be seen that people's feelings can not be insulted. Although it has gone through more than 2000 years of vicissitudes, it has become a household name to eat Zongzi to mourn Qu Yuan every year on May 5 of the lunar calendar. It has become a traditional folk custom since the beginning of the year.
Since the southern and Northern Dynasties, there have been zongzi among the people, which originated from the saying that people worshiped Qu Yuan.
Wu Jun (467-520) of Liang Dynasty in the Southern Dynasty wrote in the story of continuation of Qi Dynasty: "the Chu people mourned the death of Qu Yuan who threw himself into Miluo on May 5 in the lunar calendar. On this day, rice is stored in bamboo tubes and sacrificed in water. During the construction of Wuzhong in the Han Dynasty, when Changsha returned to Europe, he suddenly met a man, who called himself Sanlu doctor, and said, & lsquo; you should see the sacrifice, which is very good. But it is often left behind, stolen by the bitter dragon. Today, if there is any benefit, you can plug the leaves of neem trees on them and tie them with colorful silk. These two things are feared by Jiaolong. &According to his words. People make zongzi and bring five colored silk and neem leaves, all of which are Miluo's legacy. '
Another saying is that people are afraid that Qu Yuan's body will be eaten by fish in the river, so they wrap up zongzi and feed the fish in the river.
The saying that zongzi is related to Qu Yuan is widely praised for its romanticism. Zongzi often appears in the poems and Fu of literati.
The practice of jujube zongzi
China has a long history of eating zongzi, and there are different types of zongzi in different regions, among which jujube zongzi is one of them. What's the way of making dates and zongzi?
Main ingredients: 1000 g glutinous rice, auxiliary ingredients: 50 g raisins, 100 g dates.
1. Wash 400g of Zongye, add water to the pot and cook it soft. Remove and drain. Set aside.
2. Wash the glutinous rice, drain and set aside.
3. Put the dates in a bowl, steam them and take them out. Remove the core while it's hot. Dry clean the grapes and drain.
4. Take 3 leaves of zongzi, with the hair facing each other. First put in 1 / 3 glutinous rice, add dates and a few raisins, then put in 2 / 3 glutinous rice and wrap it into a triangle zongzi, and tie it with a rope.
5. Put the wrapped zongzi into the pot, add clear water and cook for about 2 hours in a high heat, then simmer for about 3 times in a low heat, and then eat it.
Raisin: when taking spironolactone, triphenylpteridine and potassium supplement, it is not suitable to eat raisins and other foods with high potassium content, otherwise it is easy to cause hyperkalemia, gastrointestinal spasm, abdominal distention, diarrhea and arrhythmia.
Introduction to jujube zongzi
Jujube zongzi is a kind of common zongzi with jujube as the main stuffing. It is liked by many people because of its good taste and rich nutrition.
The heat of jujube is 321 calories (1343 kJ), which is higher in the same kind of food. The amount of calories per 100 grams of jujube accounts for 14% of the total calories that the Chinese Nutrition Society recommends for the average adult to keep healthy every day. The heat of glutinous rice is 343 calories, so the heat of jujube zongzi = 321 calories + 343 calories = 654 calories.
The nutrition of zongzi is mainly based on heat, followed by protein, fat and carbon water combined dietary fiber. For the nutrition needed by 20-year-old men and women in one day, most of zongzi's heat is high, high fiber is generally insufficient, and less is appropriate. Glutinous rice in zongzi has a high viscosity and is difficult to digest. It is easy for people with poor digestion to have a stuffy stomach, and some of them are even "sluggish" when eating. Because of its high sugar content, it is easy to improve the blood sugar content in human body, so people with diabetes should not eat more. Old people and children should not eat more, because zongzi is easy to cause diarrhea or constipation. Zongzi is a kind of high calorie and hard to digest food. The heat of eating one zongzi is much higher than that of a bowl of rice. Therefore, the quantity of zongzi should be controlled when eating.
It is worth mentioning that before and after the Dragon Boat Festival, many people like to eat Zongzi as breakfast. Some people who love zongzi even give up their dinner and eat zongzi. In fact, this will not only affect the normal digestion, but also damage the stomach. Food digestion needs to stay for at least 6 hours from the stomach to the intestine. Zongzi is made of glutinous rice, which is not easy to digest originally. Eating zongzi in the morning will last longer in the stomach, stimulating the secretion of gastric acid, which may cause chronic gastric ulcer. In addition, before going to bed, zongzi must not be used as a night snack, which is prone to indigestion, thus affecting sleep.