From Our Ambassador Chef's Kitchen Table
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Bean sprouts have the richest source of amino acids (for protein), vitamins and minerals, and also contain a good amount of fiber. They contain all types of vitamins (A, B, C, D, E and K), folate and are an excellent source of iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium and zinc.
Also known as Sugarcane Flower. Its scientific name is 'saccharum edule hasskarl'.
It is the edible unopened flower of a cane shoot. More than half a century ago, sugarcane flower was one of the comfort food in Singapore. During those days, sugarcane plantations were common sights in Singapore's agricultural landscape. As commercial sugarcane were propagated by cuttings, these flowers were redundant by-product. Hence, farmers harvested these corn-like unopened flowers and sold them in the marketplace.
Petai is rich in plant protein and essential amino acids, which are building blocks of protein to ensure the proper functioning of the central nervous system.
It is a good source of minerals, and is especially high in calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and iron. Petai is high in fibre, and contains considerable amounts of vitamin C and E, as well as the vitamins A, B1, B2, and B3. This makes petai one of the most nutritious vegetables!
This product was sourced because of a report by NParks, which seek to discover the many uses of the roselle plant; especially the section which indicated the health benefits:
"The Roselle plant is well known for its fleshy calyces that are used to make a beverage that tastes like Ribena. The drink reportedly possesses anti-hypertensive, diuretic and mild laxative properties, and contains abundant amounts of natural antioxidants such as vitamin C and anthocyanins."