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Eggplant is very healthy. It is a low-calorie, low carbohydrate food. It is effortless to digest, even for delicate stomachs; it contains the right amount of zinc and potassium.
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With its magnificent characteristic color, the eggplant is used in many recipes, including the famous ratatouille!
Its particular texture and taste make it one of the vegetables of choice for reducing meat consumption.
It is known for its deep purple skin; eggplant also comes in white, yellow, and green varieties. And you can eat as much as you want. It is shallow in calories!
Eggplant has an energy and carbohydrate intake in the average range of vegetables.
It is an excellent source of fiber, especially pectin, a soluble fiber that gives it a shallow glycemic index.
It provides many minerals and traces elements, particularly potassium, copper, manganese, selenium, and almost all vitamins, especially B1, B6, and B9.
Its purple skin concentrates specific polyphenols called anthocyanins.
Consumed in India since 4000 years where it was domesticated, botanists remain divided on its origins.
The eggplant could come from Africa, where we still find today multiple wild species.
It is difficult to say because the cultivated eggplant is quite different from the wild species it originates from.
It is around the 7th century, before our era, that the eggplant will spread to the neighbors of India.
In particular, in China, where the first mention of the plant goes back with certainty to 59 BC.
However, contrary to what was believed for a long time, many Sanskrit dictionaries gave it names well before our era.
It will be necessary to await the VIIIth century for its culture is noted in Japan.