Laba! Porridge, how are you going to drink it?

Original title: Laba! Porridge, how are you going to drink it?

“Winter solstice” eat dumplings, “New Year’s Day” eat dumplings, “Laba” arrived, we have to drink Laba porridge!


Why do Laba want porridge?

After Laba, it is the new year

On the day of Laba Festival, every family in the north and South will drink a bowl of Laba porridge.

The custom of “drinking Laba porridge” has lasted for thousands of years. It is said that on the eighth day of the lunar month, Sakyamuni, the Buddhist who had been practicing hard, fainted from hunger, ate rice porridge offered by the shepherdess, recovered his energy, and finally became a Buddha. In order to commemorate the Buddha’s becoming a Buddha, monks in the temple would recite scriptures, take fragrant grain and fruit, cook porridge for Buddha, and eat coarse grain porridge together.

Laba! Porridge, how are you going to drink it?

To this day, porridge is still a tradition in many temples

As the saying goes, “after Laba, it’s new year”. After eating Laba rice, it’s time to get together. Long term workers go home, schools are on holiday, farmers celebrate the harvest, and businessmen are busy paying their bills at the end of the year.

Since the development of Laba Festival, a bowl of Laba porridge is full of strong feelings for tourists and people’s good wishes for the next year’s life.


The hardest bowl of porridge!

A bowl of Laba porridge is better than a box of medicine

Laba, no matter north or south, every family has to drink a bowl of Laba porridge, a small bowl of Laba porridge, reflecting a number of nutritional knowledge: food diversity, grain based, thick and thin with.

Red beans, mung beans, longan… All round, chubby, all jump into the bowl, you must have eight or more ingredients.

Laba! Porridge, how are you going to drink it?

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Although the formula is different from place to place, it can be sweet or salty, but the taste of happiness is the same. Today I will teach you to make a bowl of delicious Laba porridge. Raw materials of Laba! Porridge, how are you going to drink it? Laba porridge: peanut, black rice, corn, barley, Euryale ferox seed, job’s tears, lotus seed, mung bean, red bean, lily, kidney bean, glutinous rice, red wheat, millet, red jujube and longan. Methods: 1. First, soak the peanuts, lotus seeds, Euryale ferox seeds, red dates and lilies with water and wash them; remove the shell of longan, peel the peanuts after soaking for 30 minutes, and remove the core of red dates after soaking for soft; 2. Wash the other rice and beans thoroughly; 3. Finally, put all the ingredients into the rice cooker and add water to make porridge. The water should be added enough at one time. It takes 1 hour and 30 minutes to cook, and then it can be eaten out of the pot. Sweet soft glutinous, easy to learn Laba porridge is ready, if you like, hurry to try ~ remember to drink Laba porridge while it is hot, when the temperature is 70 or 80 degrees, the taste is the best! When eating, put sugar again. It’s better to put red granulated sugar! Specific groups should pay attention to the rich ingredients of Laba porridge, and different groups of people pay different attention to Laba porridge. 1. People with gastric ulcer or superficial gastritis: they should drink soft and rotten porridge, mainly with fine grains, and should not drink a lot of porridge, because porridge will stimulate excessive secretion of gastric acid, and a lot of gastric acid will seriously stimulate gastric mucosa and ulcer surface. You can put some baking soda to neutralize gastric acid when cooking porridge. 2. Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases: for patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and hypertension, you can add Job’s tears, soybeans, red beans, mung beans and other ingredients in porridge. 3. Kidney disease patients: kidney disease patients can add diuretic ingredients in porridge, such as red beans, lotus seeds, yam, lotus root powder and various nuts and dried fruits. 4. Sugar friend: choose oats, buckwheat, barley and miscellaneous beans (such as black beans, cowpeas, mung beans, red beans, etc.) with low glycemic index, do not add sugar, and subtract the corresponding amount of staple food. 5. Pregnant women: for mothers and lactating women, more iron rich beans and nuts can be added to the porridge, such as soybeans, black beans, walnuts, sesame, sunflower seeds, jujube, etc., as well as calcium rich brown rice, peanuts, green beans, etc. Years are drawing near I wish you all the best. Life is as colorful as Laba porridge and as sweet as Laba porridge! Reprinted from puffer health author: medicine Fulu returns to Sohu to see more

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