Milk is best not to use the microwave


Milk sterilization temperature is not high, with 3 minutes at 70 ℃, 60 ℃ when using 6 minutes. If the boiling temperature reaches 100 ℃, the lactose in milk coking, and caramel can induce cancer. After boiling milk> calcium phosphate precipitation phenomena occur; thereby reducing the nutritional value of milk. Milk is now on the market are to undergo sterilization, can be directly drinkable. Sometimes, however, also need to be heated to drink milk: First, when the stomach, teeth can not withstand the cold when; Second milk stored for a period of time after opening, when bacterial contamination may occur; Third, children and senior citizens and other than the weakness of the stomach to drink , should be heated before drinking. Now many people are accustomed to using microwave heating milk, but there are drawbacks. Because microwave heating can not stir, fast, easy to cause poor control of milk fat and protein paste in the vessel wall, resulting in the loss of nutrition, especially for pregnant women, microwave radiation detrimental to health. So, it would be best to use a dedicated heating milk milk pot. Many hot milk, always careless boiling pot flutter, or bottom of the pot and the pot wall with a layer of paste, resulting in the loss of fat, protein, minerals and vitamin D, vitamin C, pantothenic acid and other nutrients. Here to teach you a method:. “Cook opened” so-called “cook opened” is cooked side to observe the changes in milk, milk appears to be the first “bubble” when, immediately turn off the heat. Cooking process to keep stirring, action should be gentle, do not stir up the foam. Not too much heat, the fire can be. “Cook opened,” the milk pan heating method can not only kill bacteria, but also to maintain the greatest degree of various nutrients in milk. Finally, use a soft wash milk pan tool to avoid milk pot wall wear. Before cleaning with warm water for a moment, the right amount of vinegar can also be used to remove milk stains.

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