Bibimbap history-derived benefits
There are many foods in Korea where ingredients and ingredients are in harmony. Among them, bibimbap, which is well known in the world, is known as a healthy food with various vegetables, rice, and protein. Korean bibimbap continues its tradition in various forms depending on the color and taste, season and region. Today we will introduce bibimbap.
History and origin of bibimbap
Bibimbap is said to have originated from the Korean ritual culture. The Korean ceremonial culture refers to the custom of worshiping the souls of deceased ancestors by placing rice, meat, fish, and herbs on the table. After the ritual, the descendants share the food used for the rite. It is said that this custom was developed into bibimbap.
Therefore, it is classified as ritual food and holiday food, but these days it is a common menu in any restaurant in Korea and is also used as an in-flight meal. Another origin is said to have originated from a culture in which neighbors helped each other during rice planting or harvesting in the past era of Korea. In order to save time and labor, it is said that food ingredients are put together, mixed, and eaten as bibimbap.
1. Intake of various vitamins
In bibimbap, you can evenly intake the nutrients we need, such as carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals. Also, since there are so many kinds of herbs, there is no better food than this for both vitamin intake and dietary fiber intake.
2. Effect of preventing adult diseases
Eating rice helps maintain blood sugar. Rice has the lowest glycemic index than bread or noodles, and it is said that a substance called peptide contained in rice suppresses the increase in blood pressure. It also contains antioxidants and is said to prevent cell aging.
3. Diet effect
The proper balance of carbohydrates and dietary fiber helps to generate energy needed for our body as well as keep the large intestine healthy. Because it promotes excretion, waste products are also discharged from the body, which is said to have a weight loss effect.
4. Convenient eco-friendly food
Ingredients for bibimbap are ingredients that are easily available in Korean homes. Eco-friendly ingredients such as eggs, bean sprouts, spinach, and carrots are used and it does not take time to make, saving money and time and helping to keep your body healthy.
Above, we have learned about bibimbap. Bibimbap is a food that contains the wisdom of Korean ancestors. These days, it has become a franchise, and it has become a food that Westerners enjoy. It is said that Michael Jackson also loved Korean bibimbap. Since it is a healthy food, I hope it will be a reference to people from other cultures. Have a nice day. (Home)