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Can Chinese cabbage be eaten after it has black spots

In winter, it is a good time to eat Chinese cabbage, especially in northern areas.Chinese cabbage is nutritious and delicious, and there are many ways to do it. But I don’t know if everyone noticed small black spots on the top of the cabbage when they were buying it? What is the reason for this? Is that kind of cabbage still edible?
Except that we can see Chinese cabbage with black spots currently on the market, in our usual storage, the original Chinese cabbage without small black spots may also appear like that. If you come across such Chinese cabbage, don't throw it away or feed it to animals.

That kind of black spot is actually a symptom of Chinese cabbage. It has an alias called cabbage black spot disease, and another is called cabbage white sesame black spot disease. The most prone area is the stalk of Chinese cabbage, and some are inside the body cells of Chinese cabbage, which is difficult to see according to our human eyes.
In addition, the small black spots on the Chinese cabbage may also be related to the applied organic fertilizer. The base fertilizer in the organic fertilizer is very easy to damage the somatic cells of the Chinese cabbage under excessive application, thereby improving the growth of the Chinese cabbage.For that kind of Chinese cabbage, everyone can observe the condition of the black spots. If there are more black spots, it is not recommended to take the Chinese cabbage if there are such conditions inside and outside. It is not that the black spot disease of cabbage is bad for physical and mental health. It is just that the Chinese cabbage is very prone to rot and other conditions after this kind of condition occurs, and it may have food safety problems when taken.

Chinese cabbage with fewer black spots can be eaten without rot. For the storage of Chinese cabbage, in order to reduce the probability of small black spots in Chinese cabbage, the storage temperature of Chinese cabbage is generally 4 degrees to 8 degrees, which can increase the preservation time of the ingredients probability.
Eat some Chinese cabbage in winter. Chinese cabbage has a lot of water content, and it also has a variety of nutrients and minerals. In the case of eating, even Chinese cabbage leaves and Chinese cabbage leaf stems are taken together to ensure that they are not consumed, and the nutrients of both can be digested, absorbed and used. It is good for maintaining skin and gastrointestinal health in winter, preventing constipation, and supplementing calcium and zinc.