Hydroponic Morning Glory, because it is planted without soil and no heavy metals, it is more hygienic and healthy than ordinary Morning Glory and can be eaten without worry! Hydroponic Morning Glory has long petioles, green color, and soft texture; it has a high calcium content and contains more carotene.
Hydroponic Morning Glory Efficacy And Benefits
Morning Glory contains β-carotene and vitamin C, which help antioxidants and protect eye health. β-carotene is oil-soluble. Only when stir-fried with vegetable oil can β-carotene be converted into vitamin A, which makes our body to easy absorb it.
Morning Glory contains vitamin C, phosphorus, sodium and carbohydrates. Eating more can lower blood pressure, treat gum swelling and pain, redness and swelling of the eyes and nosebleeds caused by the intense summer heat.
Morning Glory has a richer content of crude cellulose. This edible fiber is composed of cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin, glue and pectin, etc., which can promote bowel movements, laxatives and detoxification.
How to eat
Wash after opening, then eat after cooking
How To Store
Store in the refrigerator for 7 days
Hydropobic Morning Glory Suggested Ways To Eat It
Hydroponics Morning Glory is a must-have vegetable in everyday households, and it is easy to cook!
Stir-Fried Vegetables with Fermented Bean Curd
First wash and cut the stalks and cut into sections, separate the stems and leaves, and chop the garlic heads. First, saute the minced garlic in a frying pan, then add the stalks of the stalks and stir fry, then add the leaves, fermented bean curd, sugar and shredded peppers. Stir-fry, take out when the vegetables are 8 minutes cooked, and serve.
Stir-fried Beef with Morning Glory
First marinate the beef with cornstarch, soy sauce, minced garlic, and rice wine. Add sand tea to the pan to fragrant, then add the beef and stir-fry to medium well, then set aside it , add the morning glory, stir-fry, and add 0.5 cup of water, beef, soy sauce or salt, stir-fry until cooked.
AquaGreen also provide other vegetables, baby pak choi, broccolini and watercress.