Chineses Dumplings Chinese Traditional Food

Chineses Dumplings Chinese Traditional Food

Chinese Dumplings is one of  Chinese traditional food. It is a kind of folk food with a long history. Eating dumplings is a tradition for the Chinese people during the Spring Festival. It is a way to express people’s wishes when they resign and welcome the new. Now, as common food, more and more people love dumplings, not only as a symbol of the festival but also as daily food.

There are many kinds of fillings for dumplings. You can be adjusted according to your favor and creativity. In China, different fillings have different meanings. Such as shiitake mushroom fillings, which means more and more wealth will come around you. It calls Gu Cai Dumpling.

Also, there are various cooking methods: boil, fry, steam, fry, roast, and bake.

Now, you can buy frozen dumplings from the market with different fillings. It is very convenient. Some of the suppliers create a few new fillings with Regional Features. For example, crayfish dumplings, it uses red pepper, full of  Sichuan flavor. Hot & Spicy, springy crayfish. It is a very special taste.

But if you are looking for better taste, make it by yourself. Since it is fresh and you can choose different fillings. Another reason is the filling processed by the machine, it tastes like cotton candy. The ingredients are more delicate and the taste is worse than that of the chopped fillings.

What are the most common materials that can be used for fillings?

Meat: pork, beef, lamb, seafood

Vegetables: cabbage, leeks, fennel,cabbage, most of the vegetable is suitable for fillings

Increase crispiness: fresh corn, fungus, Chinese water chestnut

Others: egg, pickled vegetable,  kimchi

With different condiments, you will get hundreds of flavors. You can also try spicy Chinese dumplings.

Today, we show you one flavor I like, pickled vegetable beef Chinese Dumplings.

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Mushrooms take a center level in many meatless recipes.

Mushrooms take a center level in many meatless recipes

Mushrooms take a center level in many meatless recipes. They are great meat alternatives although they’re no longer full of protein. their flavor could be very close to meat.

What is your lifestyle?

If you are a vegetarian, is there a moment you are going to try a new recipe? For example, vegetables with meat taste. There is no reason to reject a Joy of Living if you like delicious food and enjoy cooking.
If you love meat very much, have you ever received a medical report that informed you have to eat less meat? Sometimes flavor is a feeling, so maybe you can try mushroom.
If you focus on get the right balance of foods, the mushroom is a good choice, since each vegetable has its own nutrition.
No matter which lifestyle, it doesn’t mean you have to give up the dishes you love most. You can make any vegetable dishes into meaty dishes, like burgers, meatballs, and Buffalo wings. It just takes a little imagination, a bit of creativity, and the benefit of some tips and guidelines to help you create those recipes. Then you will be making delicious, satisfying meals on the way to fulfill your cravings, and you will realize you don’t even miss the meat at all.

Why mushroom?

They are full of nutrients and minerals, for example, selenium, zinc, nutrition b1, b2, b5, b6 and b12, selenium an antioxidant Components.
Furthermore, they do not contain fat and carbohydrates.
Also, they are the only vegetable that contains vitamin D. And dried mushroom has 8 times Vitamin D than fresh mushroom as a result of their exposure to sunlight
As a professional supplier of food, we think a balanced diet can keep your body healthy. Mushroom is not only a material of dishes but also is an ingredient of other dishes. Winz supply dried mushroom and shiitake mushroom and canned mushroom with different sizes, different kinds, and different parts according to your demand.

Lost twice time clients since Negative feedback

Lost twice time clients since Negative feedback

Lost twice time clients since Negative feedback.

Alis, a sales of Abc company, informed by a potential client that they canceled the order feel upset. It took a few months, Two parties reached an agreement, but now something is up. Alis try to figure out what is the problem, finally, he got the reason from the assistant of the purchasing manager. The manager heard a comment from one of his friends, ABC company’s products are poor quality, it is not worth at all, and their quality is not the same as their sample.
Why did the manager stop the business? No one is willing to take the responsibility that makes a wrong decision since someone told him that is not a good choice.
ABC company lost one more clients because they do not get any support from their former supplier.

Poor quality is one reason, sometimes you may face two or more negative comments, like service, communication…, it means you will lose more than twice time clients, what will you do?
So it is an important thing how to identify a suitable supplier.
Do they have a complete quality supervision system?
Do they have a customer service system once we need support?
If they have enough knowledge to answer the questions of your clients
If they have the ability to deal with the problem during the selling process?

As a supplier, we pay more attention to the customer experience.
We are willing to know what you do, what you think, how you feel.
We hope our service through the whole selling process from inquiry to the next new order. It is an endless loop as a partner.
We will keep improving the quality supervision system and customer service system according to your comment.

Welcome to roast anything experienced
1. How do you find a supplier? B2B, Google, recommendation…
2. How will you test the sample?
3. Is there a point you feel not good when you communicate with the supplier?
4. What is your standard when you consider a company can be your supplier?
5. What is the most important point when you confirm the order?
6. How do you feel about your current supplies?

Is canned pineapple bad for you?

Is canned pineapple bad for you

Is canned pineapple is bad for you?

The answer is no, it depends on the supplier. People prefer to repeat purchase the same brand because they believe this brand’s quality, the famous brand is very popular in the market expecially food. Like Dole…  There are two points when we are going to place an order.

  • The processing complies with the production standard
  • Quality control

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Fried Green vegetable with Stiitake

Fried Green vegetable with Stiitake

Fried Green vegetable with Stiitake is a Simple home-cooked fare, the main materials are green vegetable and stiitake mushroom.  A crisp and refreshing dish helps to cleanse your body.

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2014, We decided to built our business, it will be an innovative business. Financial freedom is the primary purpose, on the other hand, Do “the most want to do” .

Winz International Ltd begun from Forwarder business, expending our foreign forwarder agent partner which assist us to provide more professional service to our customers. More and more customers trust us. Forwarder background is one of our advantages.

At the same time, we keep developing the highest quality and healthy products.

Now, Winz have three kinds of product lines:

  1. CANNED PINEAPPLE AND JUICE
  2. RASPBERRY PRODUCTS:TEA,JUICE,WINE
  3. DRIED SHIITAKE MUSHROOM

Other CUSTOM PRODUCTS, there will be a professional purchaser to assist

At Winz, our mission is improving the customer satisfaction, thinking in terms of the senses, creativity, sustainability creativity and sustainability.

Take fresh flesh

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2014, We decided to built our business, it will be an innovative business. Financial freedom is the primary purpose, on the other hand, Do “the most want to do” .

Winz International Ltd begun from Forwarder business, expending our foreign forwarder agent partner which assist us to provide more professional service to our customers. More and more customers trust us. Forwarder background is one of our advantages.

At the same time, we keep developing the highest quality and healthy products.

Now, Winz have three kinds of product lines:

  1. CANNED PINEAPPLE AND JUICE
  2. RASPBERRY PRODUCTS:TEA,JUICE,WINE
  3. DRIED SHIITAKE MUSHROOM

Other CUSTOM PRODUCTS, there will be a professional purchaser to assist

At Winz, our mission is improving the customer satisfaction, thinking in terms of the senses, creativity, sustainability creativity and sustainability.

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2014, We decided to built our business, it will be an innovative business. Financial freedom is the primary purpose, on the other hand, Do “the most want to do” .

Winz International Ltd begun from Forwarder business, expending our foreign forwarder agent partner which assist us to provide more professional service to our customers. More and more customers trust us. Forwarder background is one of our advantages.

At the same time, we keep developing the highest quality and healthy products.

Now, Winz have three kinds of product lines:

  1. CANNED PINEAPPLE AND JUICE
  2. RASPBERRY PRODUCTS:TEA,JUICE,WINE
  3. DRIED SHIITAKE MUSHROOM

Other CUSTOM PRODUCTS, there will be a professional purchaser to assist

At Winz, our mission is improving the customer satisfaction, thinking in terms of the senses, creativity, sustainability creativity and sustainability.

Raspberries: Health Benefits, Nutritional Information

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Known as nature’s candy, wild raspberries have been gathered for consumption by humans for thousands of years.
With their rich color, sweet juicy taste, and antioxidant power, it is no wonder raspberries remain one of the world’s most consumed berries.
Raspberries can range in color from the popular red and black varieties to purple, yellow, or golden. Each color berry has a unique composition of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
This article will address the health benefits of the most widely consumed red raspberry. It provides a nutritional breakdown of a raspberry and an in-depth look at its possible health benefits, how
to incorporate more raspberries into your diet, and any potential health risks of consuming raspberries.
Contents of this article:
Health benefits
Nutritional breakdown
Incorporating raspberries into your diet
Fast facts on raspberries
Here are some key points about raspberries. More detail and supporting information is in the main article.
Some researchers believe raspberries hold a number of health benefits
Raspberries contain powerful antioxidants
A certain component in raspberries may protect the eye from sun damage
There is limited evidence that raspberry ketones help increase weight loss
Possible health benefits of consuming raspberries
Consuming fruits and vegetables of all kinds has long been associated with a reduced risk of many adverse health conditions.
Many studies have suggested that increasing consumption of plant foods like raspberries decreases the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and overall mortality while promoting a healthy complexion, increased energy, and overall lower weight.
Brainpower
Several animal studies have shown a positive correlation between intake of flavonoids in berries and memory improvement; they may also decrease the decline in cognitive ability related to aging.
Heart health
A recent report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition associated the intake of flavonoid-rich foods like raspberries with a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease. They stated that even small amounts of flavonoid-rich foods may be beneficial.
One group of flavonoids in particular – anthocyanins – have been shown to suppress the inflammation that may lead to cardiovascular disease.
raspberries
Raspberries can range in color with each color berry having a unique composition of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
The high polyphenol content in raspberries may also reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by preventing platelet buildup and reducing blood pressure via anti-inflammatory mechanisms.
Aedin Cassidy, Ph.D., MSc, BSc, a nutrition professor at Norwich Medical School at the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom, led an 18-year study with Harvard Public School of Health that tracked 93,600 women aged 25-42.
She states that their study was able to show “for the first time that a regular, sustained intake of anthocyanins from berries can reduce the risk of a heart attack by 32 percent in young and middle-aged women.”
The potassium in raspberries supports heart health as well. In one study, participants who consumed 4,069 milligrams of potassium per day had a 49 percent lower risk of death from ischemic heart disease compared with those who consumed less potassium (about 1,000 milligrams per day).5
Cancer prevention
Raspberries contain powerful antioxidants that work against free radicals, inhibiting tumor growth and decreasing inflammation in the body. Those same potent polyphenols that protect against heart disease also help ward off or slow many types of cancer, including esophageal, lung, mouth, pharynx, endometrial, pancreatic, prostate, and colon.
Diabetes management
Any plant food with skin has lots of fiber – and raspberries have lots of skin! Eating high-fiber foods help keep blood sugar stable. Studies have shown that type 1 diabetics who consume high-fiber diets have lower blood glucose levels and type 2 diabetics may have improved blood sugar, lipid, and insulin levels.
Digestion, detox, and disease prevention
The fiber and water content in raspberries help to prevent constipation and maintain a healthy digestive tract. Adequate fiber promotes regularity, which is crucial for the daily excretion of toxins through the bile and stool. Recent studies have shown that dietary fiber may play a role in regulating the immune system and inflammation; consequently, this decreases the risk of inflammation-related conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and obesity.
According to the Department of Internal Medicine and Nutritional Sciences Program at the University of Kentucky, high fiber intake is associated with a significantly lower risk of developing coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and certain gastrointestinal diseases.
Increased fiber intake has also been shown to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels and enhance weight loss for obese individuals.
Women should aim for about 25 grams of fiber per day, and men should aim for about 30 grams. One cup of raspberries provides 8 grams of fiber.
Easy on the eyes
Foods high in vitamin C like raspberries have been shown to help keep eyes healthy by providing protection against UV light damage.
Raspberries also contain the antioxidant zeaxanthin, which filters out harmful blue light rays and is thought to play a protective role in eye health and possibly ward off damage from macular degeneration.
A higher intake of all fruits (3 or more servings per day) has also been shown to decrease the risk of, and progression of, age-related macular degeneration.
Nutritional breakdown of raspberries
According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, one cup of raspberries (about 123 grams) contains 64 calories, 1.5 grams of protein, 0.8 grams of fat, and 15 grams of carbohydrate (including 8 grams of fiber and 5 grams of sugar).
Eating one cup of raw raspberries will provide 54 percent of your vitamin C needs, 12 percent of vitamin K, 6 percent of folate, 5 percent of vitamin E, iron, and potassium, and 41 percent of manganese needs for the day as well as lesser amounts of thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, and copper.
Raspberries contain the antioxidants alpha and beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, and choline.
Raspberries are also a good source of polyphenols such as anthocyanin, flavonols, and ellagitannins, which decrease oxidative damage from free radicals and have shown potential in animal and human studies for preventing or reducing risk of chronic diseases including cancer and heart disease.
How to incorporate more raspberries into your diet
raspberry smoothie
Keep a bag of frozen raspberries on hand for adding to smoothies and oatmeal.
Raspberries are available fresh, frozen, freeze-dried, and in jellies, syrups, and jams. Most raspberry jellies, spreads, juices, and wine have added sugars, which tack on additional calories.
When looking for jellies or jams, go for all-fruit spreads without the added sweeteners and fillers.
Make sure to check the label of frozen and dried raspberries, which may also have added sugars.
People who tend to eat at least three servings of berries per week see the most benefits. The best way to eat raspberries is fresh, right out of your hand (after washing of course).
Here are some other tips to help increase your raspberry consumption:
Always keep a bag of frozen raspberries on hand for adding to smoothies and oatmeal
Forgo the syrupy sweetness of canned fruit cocktail and make your own fresh fruit cocktail with raspberries, pineapple, sliced peaches, and strawberries
Add raspberries, grapes, and walnuts to your chicken salad
Slice raspberries and add them to plain Greek yogurt with a drizzle of agave nectar and sliced almonds
Top whole grain waffles or pancakes with fresh raspberries or fold them into muffins and sweet breads
Blend raspberries in a food processor with a little water and use as a fresh syrup to top desserts or breakfast foods
Mix raspberries into a spinach salad with walnuts and goat cheese
Possible health risks of consuming raspberries
Each year, the Environmental Working Group produces a list of fruits and vegetables with the highest levels of pesticide residue. Raspberries are 23rd on the list of produce that they suggest should be bought in its organic form to ensure a lower risk of pesticide exposure.
But don’t worry if you can’t find organic; the nutritional benefit of eating conventionally grown (non-organic) produce far outweighs the risk of not eating the produce at all.
Of note, raspberries in supplement form are also being studied for their ability to help with weight loss and combat obesity. Research remains in the early stages, and there have been no human studies to date to prove the effectiveness of supplements like raspberry ketones and extracts, which often have stimulants like hoodia and caffeine added.
There is no doubt that incorporating low-calorie, high nutrient foods like raspberries as part of an overall healthy diet will support weight loss, but the ability of concentrated formulas in the form of a supplement to help with weight loss is uncertain at best.
It is the total diet or overall eating pattern that is most important in disease prevention and achieving good health. It is better to eat a diet with a variety than to concentrate on individual foods as the key to good health.

Tell your five health benefits of pineapple sauce

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Packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, pineapple juice is a popular base for smoothies and cocktails. It can even be used as a meat tenderizer. Pineapple, named for its resemblance to a pinecone, has long been used as an ancient home remedy for digestive issues and inflammation. It has also been studied for its potential benefits to the immune system and ability to reduce healing time. There are more than 100 different varieties of pineapple, but only eight varieties are grown commercially. In this article, we examine some of the health benefits that can come with drinking pineapple juice. We also take a look at some tips for adding pineapple juice into a diet, and some things to consider with juice intake. Five health benefits Here are a number of possible health benefits from drinking pineapple juice in moderation:
Boosting the immune system
Drinking pineapple juice may boost the immune system and shorten recovery time from illnesses. In one study conducted in the Philippines, researchers examined the effects of pineapple in school-aged children. Those who were given canned pineapple daily developed fewer viral and bacterial infections than those who did not eat canned pineapple. Their recovery time from these illnesses was also shortened.
Digestion
Bromelain is an enzyme contained in the pineapple stem and juice that helps to break down and digest proteins. Bromelain in capsule form has also been shown to reduce swelling, bruising, healing time, and pain after surgery. Consuming pineapple and pineapple juice will not provide enough bromelain to be used as medical treatment for healing, however. Common processing procedures used when making pineapple juice severely decrease the amount of bromelain contained in the juice.
Cancer
One laboratory study, in which fresh pineapple juice was used, found that the juice from the core, stem, and flesh all suppressed growth of ovarian and colon cancer cells. Further studies in humans need to be conducted before any connections between pineapple juice and cancer are made. According to the Harvard School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition, beta-carotene may play a protective role against prostate cancer. In another study, people who ate more beta-carotene-containing foods than others were found to have a reduced risk of developing colon cancer.
Skin
Pineapple juice contains vitamin C and beta-carotene. These antioxidants can help to fight skin damage caused by the sun and pollution, reduce wrinkles, and improve overall skin texture. Vitamin C also helps with collagen formation, which is a common protein in the body that gives the skin its strength and structure. The vitamin C found in pineapple may help keep eyes healthy and free from cataracts.
Eyes
One study found that diets rich in vitamin C can cut the risk of cataract formation by one-third. The researchers examined the effects of such diets in 1,000 pairs of female twins in the United Kingdom. The fluid inside the eye contains vitamin C, and a diet rich in vitamin C may help to maintain that fluid and prevent the breakdown that leads to cataracts. According to the United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service, one cup (250 grams) of canned, unsweetened pineapple juice contains:
132 calories
9 grams of protein
3 grams of fat
32 grams of carbohydrate
5 grams of fiber
25 grams of sugar
One cup of pineapple juice provides 63 percent of an adult’s daily needs for manganese, 42 percent of their daily vitamin C, and 10 percent or more of thiamin, vitamin B-6, and folate. Pineapple also contains the following nutrients:
potassium
magnesium
copper
beta-carotene
Because processed store-bought juices often have a lower nutritional content, the best juice is made at home. People should be sure to pay attention to serving size when it comes to all fruit juices. Although they do contain vitamins and minerals, they are also high in carbohydrates and sugars. Pineapple juice has a naturally sweet but tart taste. It is most healthful to choose pineapple juice that does not contain added sugar. People can try to make their own pineapple juice at home to get the most nutritional benefits. The processing and storing of juice often decreases nutrient content. When someone is making their own juice, they can be sure there are no added preservatives or sweeteners. People can also be certain that they are getting the most nutrients from the ripe fruit.