Mussels in Hot and Sour Soup
With winter upon us, it’s time for soup, and this Mussels in Hot and Sour Soup ticks all the boxes for the cooler months.
It’s easy to lose favour towards including fish in your diet. The need for eating 100g of seafood two to three times a week does not decrease with the cooler months. The opposite could be argued especially during the cold and flu season and the need to provide your body with the myriad of nutrition benefits that make up seafood.
Seafood provides B12 which is a key player in your white blood cell creation. These blood cells are an essential part of a functioning immune system.
Also iron, B6, zinc and vitamin A all of which are key players in keeping you healthy and assisting your immune system to continue working optimally.
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Did you know: Humans have used mussels as food for thousands of years. About 17 species are edible. Mussels can be smoked, boiled, steamed, roasted, barbecued or fried in butter or vegetable oil. Source: wiki