While you may not be familiar with sea cucumbers, they’re considered a delicacy in many Asian cultures.
Not to be confused with vegetables, sea cucumbers are marine animals.
They live on sea floors throughout the world, but the greatest population is found in the Pacific Ocean.
Most sea cucumbers resemble large worms or caterpillars and have soft, tubular bodies.
They are gathered by divers or farmed commercially in large, artificial ponds.
In addition to their culinary appeal, sea cucumbers are used in traditional folk medicine to treat a wide variety of ailments.
|Nutrition Facts 營養資料|
|Per 100g / 每 100 克|
|Energy / 熱量||55.0kcal / 千卡|
|Protein / 蛋白質||13.0g / 克|
|Total fat / 總脂肪||0.0g / 克|
|- Saturated fat / 飽和脂肪||0.0g / 克|
|- Trans fat / 反式脂肪||0.0g / 克|
|Cholesterol / 膽固醇||0mg / 毫克|
|Carbohydrate / 碳水化合物||0.0g / 克|
|- Dietary Fibre / 膳食纖維||0.0g / 克|
|- Sugar / 糖||0.0g / 克|
|Sodium / 鈉||0mg / 毫克|
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