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Hokkaido Sea Cucumber (16 oz)

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特級日本北海道 野生刺參 1磅/盒


北海道产海参是是与干鲍鱼和鱼翅等并列的高级食材的之一。北海道产出的日本刺参参体的背面均匀的分布着六排刺,日本刺参的腹部比较平坦,并且个头也不大,但是日本刺参的肉质非常的厚实,因为日本刺参的生长年限比较短,因此刺参的体内聚集的营养价值相对比较高。
日本海参一直保持着无添加剂的工艺,拥有最好的淡干海参的加工法则,加工工艺并不复杂,只是全部手工和天然。 

Hokkaido Sea Cucumber 


Known in Japan as Namako, Manamako, Akako, Aoko or Kaiso—all of which mean "sea rat," Namako is considered an “ocean delicacy” among sushi connoisseurs and is treasured in some cultures for its medicinal value. Known for its unique, crunchy texture, when fresh these sea creatures are best enjoyed in the winter months in Japan. In Japan, sea cucumber is often served raw as sunomono, a sea cucumber salad with ponzu sauce and seaweed to create a light, flavorful dish. However, this dried Japanese sea cucumber is popular throughout south Asia, the Philippines, Japan, Australia, the Pacific, the Caribbean, France (beche de mer) and Portugal. Sea Cucumber is often cooked in elaborate lunar New Year soups. 

Hokkaido sea cucumber is considered one of the highest-quality ingredients alongside dried abalone and shark fin. It has long been used as an aphrodisiac and natural health supplement. 

Six rows of spines are evenly distributed on the back of the Japanese sea cucumber body produced in Hokkaido. The belly of the Japanese sea cucumber is relatively flat and not large, but the meat of the Japanese sea cucumber is very thick because of the years of growth of the Japanese sea cucumber. It is relatively short, so the concentrated nutritional value of the sea cucumber is relatively high. Japanese sea cucumbers have always maintained an additive-free process and have the best processing rules for light dried sea cucumbers. The processing technology is not complicated, just all handmade and natural.

Sea cucumbers are rich in protein, niacin, and riboflavin and contain substances that influence human health, including: 

  • Chondroitin sulfate (found in human cartilage)
  • Coelomic fluid (which functions similarly to human white blood cells)
  • Palmitic, stearic, and linoleic acid (fatty acids with potent antioxidant effects)
  • Squalene (a compound that acts as the precursor to steroids)
  • Triterpenoids (a class of compounds thought to slow cancer growth)

Sea cucumber is used to prevent and treat a variety of illnesses and discomforts, including arthritis, cardiovascular disease, constipation, erectile dysfunction, periodontitis gum disease and certain types of cancers. Sea cucumber fights inflammation, promotes wound healing, and slows the aging process. Nutritionally, sea cucumbers have an impressive profile of valuable nutrients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin B1 (thiamine), Vitamin B2 (riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (niacin), and minerals, especially calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

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特級日本北海道 野生刺參 1磅/盒 北海道产海参是是与干鲍鱼和鱼翅等并列的高级食材的之一。北海道产出的日本刺参参体的背面均匀的分布着六排刺,日本刺参的腹部比较平坦,并且个头也不大,但是日本刺参的肉质非常的厚实,因为日本刺参的生长年限比较短,因此刺参的体内聚集的营养价值相对比较高。日本海参一直保持着无添加剂的工艺,拥有最好的淡干海参的加工法则,加工工艺并不复杂,只是全部手工和天然。  Hokkaido Sea Cucumber  Known in Japan as Namako, Manamako, Akako, Aoko or Kaiso—all of which mean... Read more

SKU: 230678/1ORIGIN: Japan
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      Description

      特級日本北海道 野生刺參 1磅/盒


      北海道产海参是是与干鲍鱼和鱼翅等并列的高级食材的之一。北海道产出的日本刺参参体的背面均匀的分布着六排刺,日本刺参的腹部比较平坦,并且个头也不大,但是日本刺参的肉质非常的厚实,因为日本刺参的生长年限比较短,因此刺参的体内聚集的营养价值相对比较高。
      日本海参一直保持着无添加剂的工艺,拥有最好的淡干海参的加工法则,加工工艺并不复杂,只是全部手工和天然。 

      Hokkaido Sea Cucumber 


      Known in Japan as Namako, Manamako, Akako, Aoko or Kaiso—all of which mean "sea rat," Namako is considered an “ocean delicacy” among sushi connoisseurs and is treasured in some cultures for its medicinal value. Known for its unique, crunchy texture, when fresh these sea creatures are best enjoyed in the winter months in Japan. In Japan, sea cucumber is often served raw as sunomono, a sea cucumber salad with ponzu sauce and seaweed to create a light, flavorful dish. However, this dried Japanese sea cucumber is popular throughout south Asia, the Philippines, Japan, Australia, the Pacific, the Caribbean, France (beche de mer) and Portugal. Sea Cucumber is often cooked in elaborate lunar New Year soups. 

      Hokkaido sea cucumber is considered one of the highest-quality ingredients alongside dried abalone and shark fin. It has long been used as an aphrodisiac and natural health supplement. 

      Six rows of spines are evenly distributed on the back of the Japanese sea cucumber body produced in Hokkaido. The belly of the Japanese sea cucumber is relatively flat and not large, but the meat of the Japanese sea cucumber is very thick because of the years of growth of the Japanese sea cucumber. It is relatively short, so the concentrated nutritional value of the sea cucumber is relatively high. Japanese sea cucumbers have always maintained an additive-free process and have the best processing rules for light dried sea cucumbers. The processing technology is not complicated, just all handmade and natural.

      Sea cucumbers are rich in protein, niacin, and riboflavin and contain substances that influence human health, including: 

      • Chondroitin sulfate (found in human cartilage)
      • Coelomic fluid (which functions similarly to human white blood cells)
      • Palmitic, stearic, and linoleic acid (fatty acids with potent antioxidant effects)
      • Squalene (a compound that acts as the precursor to steroids)
      • Triterpenoids (a class of compounds thought to slow cancer growth)

      Sea cucumber is used to prevent and treat a variety of illnesses and discomforts, including arthritis, cardiovascular disease, constipation, erectile dysfunction, periodontitis gum disease and certain types of cancers. Sea cucumber fights inflammation, promotes wound healing, and slows the aging process. Nutritionally, sea cucumbers have an impressive profile of valuable nutrients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin B1 (thiamine), Vitamin B2 (riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (niacin), and minerals, especially calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.

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