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#1478 愛玉子 Aiyu Jelly Fig Seeds (里仁) 17g x 10pack, 30/cs

定價 $30.00 USD
定價 $36.00 USD 售價 $30.00 USD
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來自 From:台灣 Taiwan

成分 Ingredient: Awkeotsang

保質期 Shelf life 2 years

Weight:  17g x 10pack

 

起源 Origin:

道光初,有同安人某居於郡治之媽祖樓街每往來嘉義,採辦土宜。一日,過後大埔,天熱渴甚,溪飲,見水面成凍,掬而飲之,涼沁心脾,自念此間暑,何得有冰?細視水上,樹子錯落,揉之有漿,以為此物化也。拾而歸家,以水洗之,頃刻成凍,和以糖,風味殊佳,或合以兒茶少許,則色如瑪瑙。某有女曰愛玉,年十五,楚楚可人,長日無事,出凍以賣,飲者甘之,遂呼為愛玉凍。自是傳遍市上,採者日多,配售閩、粵。按愛玉子,即薜荔,性清涼,可解暑。

According to oral history, the plant and the jelly were named after the daughter of a Taiwanese tea businessman in the 1800s. The gelling property of the seeds was discovered by the businessman as he drank from a creek in Chiayi Taiwan. He found a clear yellowish jelly in the water he was drinking and was refreshed upon trying it. Looking above the creek he noticed fruits on hanging vines. The fruits contained seeds that exuded a sticky gel when rubbed.

Upon this discovery, he gathered some of the fruits and served them at home with honeyed lemon juice or sweetened beverages. Finding the jelly-containing beverage delicious and thirst-quenching, the enterprising businessman delegated the task of selling it to his beautiful 15-year-old daughter, Aiyu. The snack was very well received and became highly popular. So, the businessman eventually named the jelly and the vines after his daughter.

Awkeotsang 是一種原產於台灣的攀緣無花果科。它的起源是中央山脈的山脈,海拔約1200-1800米。如今,它們在台灣中部、南部和東部亞熱帶森林中海拔800-1800米的範圍內被發現。

Aiyu is a jelly made from the gel from the seeds of the awkeotsang creeping fig found in Taiwan and East Asian countries of the same climates and latitudes. 

 

愛玉凍製作  Jelly making

 

立仁愛玉種子來自阿里山,純天然。要製作愛玉果凍,請將一包愛玉種子放入網袋中。將袋子與 1,000 毫升礦泉水或冷水一起放入容器中。擠壓和摩擦種子(在網袋中)約 5 分鐘。將容器放入冰箱半小時。將果凍與檸檬汁和蜂蜜一起食用。這種低熱量的夏日沙漠既健康又清爽。友情提示:這種低熱量的夏日沙漠既健康又清爽。友情提示:這種低熱量的夏日沙漠既健康又清爽。友情提示:

  1. 請使用礦泉水或冷自來水。不要使用蒸餾水。

  2. 自然凝固的愛玉果凍含水量高。在室溫下變成液體是很自然的。

  3. 對於更堅硬的果凍,使用更少的水。

  4. 使用食品加工機研磨種子是獲得同樣美味結果的一種選擇。請參閱包裝上的說明。

  5. 除了檸檬汁,百香果和葡萄柚汁也是不錯的選擇。要有創意。

The aiyu seeds are placed in a cotton cloth bag, and the bag and its contents are submerged in 1,000 ml of cold water and rubbed for 5 mins. A slimy gel will be extracted from the bag of aiyu seeds as it is squeezed and massaged. After several minutes of massaging and washing, no more of the yellowish tea-coloured gel will be extracted, and the contents of the bag are discarded. The washed gel is then allowed to set into a jelly either in a cool location or in the refrigerator. One must keep in mind certain things when making aiyu jelly or else the gel may not set:

  1. There must not be any grease in the container or water used to wash or set the gel,

  2. Sugar must not be added to the aiyu prior to the setting of the gel,

  3. Distilled water must not be used since the gelling depends on the presence of minerals in the water,

  4. During washing, the seeds must not be rubbed so hard as to rupture their shells.

Water will slowly seep out of the jelly sometime after it sets, and it will turn back to a liquid over the course of several days.[citation needed]

The jelly is usually served with honey and lemon juice but can also be included in other sweetened beverages or shaved ice and is particularly popular as a cool drink in hot summers.