[Murakami Farm Co., Ltd.]
“Recipe special feature to overcome vegetable soaring” released
Murakami Farm Co., Ltd. “Recipe special feature to overcome vegetable soaring” released Let’s survive deliciously at any time by using price stable ingredients such as beans seedlings! …………………………………………………………………………………………… Murakami Farm Co., Ltd. (Head office: Hiroshima City, President: Takashi Murakami) has been working with Murakami Farm’s bean seedlings in preparation for the soaring vegetable prices that have occurred frequently in the last few months. A web page (www.murakamifarm.com/recipe/special05/) that collects recipes using vegetables that are stable throughout the year will be released on Friday, August 9th. Even when the vegetables soar, we want to support you to live a healthy diet with less burden on your household.
August-September is a time when vegetable soars are likely to occur If you look at the average vegetable price (Figure 1) in the Tokyo Central Wholesale Market for the past four years (2015-2018), you can see that the price of vegetables tends to increase from August to September. This year, the low temperature of the rainy season and lack of sunshine has affected record growth, and there are concerns that it will be overtaken by intense heat and typhoons. So Murakami Farm introduces recipes that use ingredients that are hard to change throughout the year, such as beans seedlings, onions, root vegetables such as potatoes, mushrooms, etc. Was established.
(Figure 1) Average of average vegetable prices in the Tokyo Central Wholesale Market over the past four years (2015-2018) Why beans seedlings are useful when vegetables are soaring The bean seedlings are green peas with green peas, with a faint fragrance and sweetness, and a crispy texture. When vegetable prices soar, they are gaining popularity for three reasons: 1. The price is always stable Bean-planted plants (Fig. 2) that are less susceptible to the climate can be produced throughout the year and shipped at a stable price.
(Figure 2) Murakami Farm, Yamanashi Kitakuma Production Center 2. Renewable cultivation If the roots of the remaining bean seedlings are soaked in water and grown, new shoots grow and can be eaten again (Figure 3).
(Figure 3) Regenerative cultivation of bean seedlings 3. It is rich in nutrition and can be used for various dishes. Bean seedlings have an excellent nutritional balance, β-carotene is about 1.5 times that of peanuts, vitamin E is about 1.8 times that of Komatsuna, and fiber is about 1.7 times that of potatoes. It can be used for a wide range of dishes such as stir-fried food, gourd, soup and salad, and it can be used as a substitute for leafy vegetables such as spinach and mizuna.
[Recipes (partial) introduced in the special recipe for overcoming the soaring vegetables]
○ Pork belly roll with bean seedling and bean sprouts Like a bean seedling, this is a large-sized main dish recipe that uses bean sprouts that are plant-grown and price stable. Because it is heated in a microwave without using a stove, it can be cooked comfortably even in hot summer months.
○ Stir-fried bean seedlings and potato curry Potatoes are vegetables that can be stored for long periods of time and are relatively stable in price. Curry taste is also preferred by children and is also recommended as a side dish for lunch.
○ Cold Shabu Bean Seedling Salad Salad using raw bean seedlings instead of lettuce and mizuna, which tend to rise in price due to extreme heat. Bean seedlings have little puffiness and are fresh and crispy, so they can be enjoyed even in salads.
Bean seedling is a vegetable that sells as vegetables rise In fact, demand for bean seedlings tends to increase as the vegetable price rises. Compared to the transition of Murakami Farm’s bean seedling shipments and average price of vegetables in the Tokyo Central Wholesale Market, it seems to be linked. (Figure 4).
(Fig. 4) Changes in average vegetable prices and bean seedling shipments at Murakami Farm at the Tokyo Central Wholesale Market Established January 1978 Representative Takashi Murakami, President and Representative Director Sales 9,899 million yen (FY2018) Domestic sales amount: 10,043 million yen (FY12 / 2018, including Okinawa Murakami Farm: 144 million yen) Business description Production and sales of sprout, seedlings, kaidai radish and other germinated and high-component vegetables Head Office / R & D Department (Hiroshima) Production Center (Chiba, Kanagawa, Shizuoka, Yamanashi, Mie, Hiroshima, Fukuoka) Sales office (Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima) Public Relations Marketing Office (Tokyo) Affiliated company Okinawa Murakami Farm Co., Ltd. (Ogimi Village, Okinawa Prefecture) Website http://murakamifarm.com
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