As the” O2 “portal reminds us, the cooking season has started and many of us prepare preserves from these vegetables. We eagerly reach for online advice and recipes to ensure that the pickled cucumbers we prepare will survive the winter. The popular on the chain Mama-Chemik, that is Sylwia Panek, warns against one of the pieces of advice that we can come across in the context of pickling cucumbers. It can have unpleasant health consequences for us.
Kiszenie og & oacute; rk & oacute; w – this should not be done!
Recently, pickling in plastic bottles has been gaining popularity. For some people, this is a way to save on buying glass jars, others do it to give plastic bottles a second life. Unfortunately, this trend could have negative health implications.
Mama-Chemik, that is Sylwia Panek, decided to tell why not it is worth using plastic for ensiling. Panek has informed more than once that the compounds contained in plastic bottles penetrate into the products inside. It is no different in the case of pickled gherkins.
Although Mama-Chemik admits that relatively few toxic substances, such as “antimony, phthalates and other endocrine active substances”, get into the fermented PET bottles, it is better to avoid this method of ensiling. Why shouldn't you do this?
This is mainly because our diet already contains a lot of these substances provided by various products stored in plastic, and it is worth limiting their amount, for example by silencing the glass traditionally.
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