peanut butter processing
Peanut butter is the product before the extraction of peanut oil. Peanut butter is yellow-brown in color, delicate in texture, delicious, and has the inherent rich aroma of peanuts, and is not moldy or worm-free. It is generally used as a condiment for noodles, steamed buns, bread or cold dishes, and is also used as a filling ingredient for sweet cakes and sweet buns.
Peanut butter is made from high-quality peanuts and other raw materials. The finished product is hard and tough, with a strong aroma of fried peanuts. High-quality peanut butter is generally light beige, delicate in quality, rich in aroma and free of impurities. The general population can eat it, but those with weak spleen and loose stools, hyperlipidemia, bruises and bruises, and those with cholecystectomy should not eat it.
Peanut butter is divided into two kinds: sweet and salty. It is a food with nutritional value and is widely used in Western food. The method of peanut butter is also very simple. Use a blender to beat the peanut oil into a turbid state for later use. Mix the crushed peanuts and powdered sugar into a fine mud-like shape. While beating, slowly add the peanut oil from the feeding hole until the consistency is appropriate. If you like to eat grainy, leave a small portion of coarsely crushed peanuts and add a little at the end to beat for a while.
Although peanut butter is nutritious, it is very beneficial for promoting health and preventing disease. However, its high fat can easily increase blood sugar, which can lead to obesity. Eating too much is easy to cause phlegm, diarrhea, diarrhea, weak spleen, loose stools, hyperlipidemia, bruises, bruises, and cholecystectomy.