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What you can not make soup of: these components are dangerous for the body

Kateryna YagovychFood
Do not cook soup from these products

Meat broth soup is very nutritious and warming, so it's perfect for the cold season. A variety of spices, vegetables, and cereals are often added to the dish. But there are also some ingredients that should never be put into the soup.

The FoodOboz editorial team will tell you what you should never use to make soup. The dish will be very unhealthy.

In addition to meat, cereals, vegetables and spices, mushrooms are often added to soup. Especially in the fall, when the season of such products is in full swing. But it is this ingredient that makes the soup very unhealthy.

What you can not make soup of: these components are dangerous for the body

Which mushrooms you shouldn't cook soup with

The most dangerous are the lamellar mushrooms:

  • chanterelles
  • mushrooms
  • morels
What you can not make soup of: these components are dangerous for the body

What are the dangers of wild mushrooms in soup

Even edible wild mushrooms are quite toxic, and their broth is very rich. Therefore, it is during the preparation of mushroom soup that most harmful substances are released. The best solution is to boil the mushrooms, drain them, and then fry or stew them.

What you can not make soup of: these components are dangerous for the body

Do not use overripe mushrooms for soups

In addition to poisonous toxins, overripe mushrooms also saturate the body with rancid protein. The stomach digests it very poorly, so eating such a product is very dangerous for the body. Overripe mushrooms may also have mold on them.

What you can not make soup of: these components are dangerous for the body

Especially dangerous for soup are those mushrooms that grow near the road, because they contain a lot of radioactive substances.

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