Probably the bad experience we are going through with the pandemic has also made us aware of the importance of recycling. Not only with regard to objects, but also and above all for food and everything that goes around it. With the leftover pasta we can in fact make delicious omelettes or savory pies. With fruit from fruit salads and smoothies. And let’s also remember all the cooking we do at home. We no longer throw away these 5 exceptional cooking waters for plants and liver, seeing why.
Hard-boiled eggs, good or bad, accompany us throughout the year. If in spring they are delicious with asparagus, now is definitely their time together with cold rice and salads. Here, therefore, that we absolutely must not throw away their cooking water, because it is very rich in:
and many other minerals and trace elements to be reused for the health of home plants and flowers.
We no longer throw away these 5 exceptional cooking waters for plants and liver
Another cooking water, or perhaps better to say draining water that we should never throw away is that of legumes. In fact, letting them drain all night to then have them soft to cook will allow us to find ourselves with a real mine of health for our plants.
Excellent for plants because it is very rich in vitamins and minerals and is also the not very fragrant cooking water of cauliflowers. But not only that, because we can also reuse it in the kitchen to prepare healthy risottos with vegetables.
Chicory and artichokes
Finally, here are 2 cooking waters that defining beneficial for plants is really limiting, since they are incredible diuretics for us too. Let’s talk about the cooking waters of artichokes and chicory. A cup in the morning before breakfast and a cup in the evening before bed and the liver and kidneys will thank us for the treatment. So much so that we doubt whether it is appropriate to water the plants or purify our body.
1 unknown aromatic herb and 1 herbal tea elixir of youth for heart and brain
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