Rich in nutritional value and simple taste Soft shelled turtle hot pot, making people cheerful
Soft shelled turtle is an interesting animal.
When you see it from the top, you can see the round shell.
You should not think that it is cute.
You will be bitten by the strong power.
Its teeth are one each top and bottom, so that you will not be bitten off, but it will not leave you like vacuuming.
In Japan, people say that “when soft shelled turtle bites something, it will not leave them until the thunder roars”.
And, soft shelled turtle’s vitality is excellent, so that it can live even if it will not eat for a month.
Its meat is fulfilled by amino acid, essential fatty acid, and collagen, so that it makes people cheerful; clearing blood into fluent, preventing high blood pleasure, and making strong bone.
Furthermore, its calorie is almost same as chicken.
And, all parts of soft shelled turtle, including its shell, innards, and blood, are able to be cooked.
Shell can make good soups, and be a medicine from its powder.
Also, blood can be drunk if it is mixed up with the wine.
Soft shelled turtles, good for the health, have been eaten in China, and the Europe since long time ago.
In Japan, it is eaten in Sashimi, fried, and hot pot.
It is boiled with its shell and kombu soup, burdocks, Chinese cabbages, beans, and so on.
Its taste, the simple soft shelled turtle meat with good taste from kombu, is elegant.
“Shime” of Japanese hot pots is important.
Shime means ending, and it is the way to eat the remaining soup.
Shime of soft shelled turtle is Zousui; adding the rice and mixed up eggs into the soup.
Its taste from soft shelled turtle, kombu, vegetables, and the rice is awesome.
Soft shelled turtles are cultivated in various places in Japan.
Japanese soft shelled turtles are not so smelled and they are delicious, maybe because the water in Japan is clean.
Japanese soft shelled turtle dishes can make you warm and you will be relaxed with them, and why don’t you enjoy them on the tatami?
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