This kind of meat is not recommended to buy, there are so many routines that you can't think of, but many babies love to eat it

time:2022-12-05 05:43:02source:monlittlebaby.com author:Maternal-Child Nursing
This kind of meat is not recommended to buy, there are so many routines that you can't think of, but many babies love to eat it

Do you give your baby grilled sausages sold outside? @vivi of the editorial department said that grilled sausages are almost standard in children's palaces, interest classes, and children's parks. There are not a few children who eat sausages. Fragrant, oil-stained, a sausage stall, fragrant all the way, the children's greed has been hooked up. "Mom, can I eat a sausage if I want?" But every time the baby asked this, Vivi couldn't help but put a question mark in his heart: The sausage for a few dollars is really edible. Are you at ease? Vivi also usually buys vegetables and cooks. She calculated a sum: pork leg meat, 20 yuan per pound, sheep casings, ten yuan per pack, and the cost of production, labor, and cold chain logistics. And this sausage is placed on the oven for several hours at a time, and the hygiene situation is really worrying. There are also food bloggers who posted videos of making sausages by themselves, and found that the sausages made according to the steps on the Internet are hard and dry, not soft and chewy as imagined. The sausages of the roadside shops are even more mysterious. With the questions of mothers, we interviewed Mr. Tu Tu, our food development expert. Does sausage really have meat? What additives are added to make it soft and sweet? What should I choose for my baby? The sausages sold outside are all finished products that can be eaten directly. We cannot see the brand of the sausage and the information on the packaging bag, which is undoubtedly the most worrying place. "Pork sells for more than ten yuan a pound now, and a sausage at a roadside stall costs only 2 or 3 yuan, and the cost is lower. There's not much meat in it, right?" This may be the reason why most people are interested in roadside roasting. Impressions of the intestines. An evaluation agency once conducted a professional test on the sausages in convenience stores, scenic spots, and roadside stalls, and found that the content of sausages at different prices varies greatly. The relative prices of grilled sausages in scenic spots, night markets, and convenience stores are relatively high, and their meat content is more than 50%; convenience stores sell cheaper than night market scenic spots because they use lower-cost chicken. The sausages on the roadside stalls cost only 2 or 3 yuan each, and the cost is less than 1 yuan. Don't expect much meat in these sausages. Starch and a lot of water are added to most cheap sausages to increase the weight of the sausage and save a lot of money. In fact, there is a national standard for ham sausage "GB/T20712-2006 ham sausage", which defines ham sausage as "the main raw material of fresh or frozen livestock, poultry, and fish, which has been marinated, stirred, chopped (or Emulsified), filled with plastic casings, and meat enema products made by high temperature sterilization”. In other words, using "chicken breast, chicken skin, duck skin" to make sausages does not violate the national standard. Teacher Tu Tu also said that it is normal to add some poultry meat to the sausage. Rather than worrying about the type, the quality of the meat should be considered. CCTV has previously exposed that in order to reduce the cost of meat sausages sold on the street, many of them use leftovers such as chicken skin and duck skin, and the fat is seriously exceeding the standard. What is even more frightening is that the meat from these informal channels will not go through inspection and quarantine. If the meat of a diseased animal is used and eaten in the mouth of a baby, the consequences will be disastrous. An intuitive way is to look at the price of sausages. For a sausage of 10 yuan, the quality of the meat it contains is definitely better than that of 2 pieces. After all, as the old saying goes, there is nothing wrong with buying wrong. In addition to raw materials, sausages have two numbers that deserve our attention - sugar content and sodium content. Those grilled sausages on the street are always grilled and oily, smelling good and delicious, and the seasonings added to them are inseparable. Lots of sugar, salt, oil, and spices can make sausages taste better and taste more appealing. According to the results of an evaluation agency, we can see that the average sugar content of sausages is 15.9/100g. Like the sausages at roadside stalls, the sugar content can reach 25.33g/100g, while the World Health Organization recommends 25g of added sugars per day. Sausage is also not low in sodium. Just grab a few packs of sausages and look at the nutrition list. Most of the sodium content is around 800-900mg/100g. The Dietary Guidelines for Chinese Residents recommends that the daily sodium intake of children aged 1 to 3 should not exceed 700 mg, and that of children aged 4 to 6 should not exceed 900 mg. That is to say, eating a sausage (about 50g), one day's sugar and sodium intake will reach half of the recommended amount. If you give your baby sausages regularly, it may increase the risk of obesity and high blood pressure. Moreover, Jiangsu Radio and Television Station has made an unannounced visit to some small shops selling sausages. This long row of additives, flavors and pigments are all accounted for. It's okay for adults to eat occasionally, what about childhood memories? But if the baby wants to eat, just bear with it. Another concern in summer is the issue of food hygiene. Some stores do not store sausages as required, and store sausages at room temperature at will. You must know that sausages are whole or semi-cooked products, and it is easy to breed bacteria when stored in a low temperature environment. In addition, I don't know if you have noticed that the sausages in many stalls will be kept on the grill if they can't be sold. Over time, it is easy to be contaminated by bacteria and other substances in the environment. What's more, some carcinogens and trans fatty acids will be produced after repeated heating of the oil. Many businesses do not regularly clean and disinfect the sausage grilling machine. In this way, the sausages are likely to be contaminated by direct contact with the machine. So it's not surprising that the news of "gastrointestinal problems caused by eating roadside sausage" often occurs. It is normal for children to like crispy sausages. We don't have to kill all sausages with one stick, we can choose good quality for our children to eat. Mr. Tu Tu gave us some shopping suggestions: Source of pictures and texts: If there is any infringement in the parenting life of rice cake mothers, please contact to delete
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