Lettuce is good for your hair as lettuce contains iron which is a very important micronutrient that your hair cells need to stay active and functioning properly.
When you eat lettuce you increase your iron which helps keep your hair healthy as well as prevent hair loss.
Lettuce is good for your skin as lettuce contains potassium which provides your skin with a boost of oxygen as well as nutrients which in turn helps to improve the circulation in your face and gives your face a good covetable glow.
Lettuce is good for anxiety as well as a variety of other health issues which include insomnia, relieving pain and also inflammation.
Lettuce is also good for neurosis, dry coughs, rheumatic pain, stomach problems including indigestion and lack of appetite.
Lettuce does help poop and also lettuce helps you poop due to the fiber as well as the magnesium in the lettuce.
The magnesium in the lettuce can help your poop soften and help keep your bowels working properly as well.
So if you're constipated then eating some lettuce can help you poop.
You should not eat lettuce when the lettuce has gone bad and has become slimy or has soft leaves or has an off smell or the color of the lettuce is changing.
Lettuce typically lasts around 10 days once you purchase it and you should keep the lettuce refrigerated to keep it from spoiling as fast.
The best way to eat lettuce is by making salads, using the lettuce as lettuce wraps, in soups, boiling the lettuce, grill the lettuce, Juice the lettuce and top the lettuce like a cracker.
Lettuce is a vegetable and not a fruit.
There are many types of lettuce, and they all share the scientific name Lactuca sativa.
The health benefits of lettuce come primarily from its vitamin content.
Lettuce is good for weight loss as lettuce is low in calories but is rich in vitamins and nutrients so you'll feel full when eating lettuce, improve your health and also lose weight.
Salads are also a good weight loss food that is low in calories as long as you don't add a bunch of cheese, meats etc.
The lettuce that is best for salads are watercress, Arugula, Mache, Green leaf Lettuce, Iceberg Lettuce, Romain Lettuce, Red Leaf Lettuce and Butter Lettuce.
The healthiest lettuce for salad is butter lettuce.
The healthiest lettuce is butter lettuce which is also the easiest lettuce to digest.
The lettuce that is easiest to digest is butter lettuce which has a low fiber content.
Butter lettuce is packed with vitamins and nutrients.
It is an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, and iron, which help fortify bones and fight off inflammatory diseases.
Lettuce can and does make you fart due to the fiber and carbohydrates that the lettuce contains.
However because lettuce is low in carbohydrates the lettuce does not make you fart a lot but you can fart some with eating lettuce.
Lettuce can be cooked just like you would cook cabbage or other leafy greens.
You can cook lettuce by boiling the lettuce, steaming the lettuce and even deep frying the lettuce or frying the lettuce in the skillet.
To prepare and wash lettuce.
Place the lettuce on a clean work surface. Separate the lettuce leaves.
Wash the leaves well in the sink or a large bowl of water. Transfer the leaves to a colander and gently shake to remove water.
Place leaves, in a single layer, on a clean, dry tea towel or paper towel and pat dry.
You should always refrigerate lettuce because after 2 hours of the lettuce sitting out the lettuce can start to wilt and go bad and grow bacteria.
Wrap the lettuce and store the lettuce in the crisper drawer.
You can leave lettuce out of the refrigerator for around two hours at room temperature or a maximum of one hour if the temperature is more than 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
You should refrigerate the lettuce, no matter the type, after two hours of sitting out.
Bagged salad can sit out at room temperature for up to 2 hours.
After 2 hours the bagged salad can and will grow bacteria and should be thrown out.
If not using the bagged salad within 2 hours make sure to refrigerate the bagged salad to prevent spoilage.
Salad does not have to be cold to eat it.
You can eat salad warmed, heated or cold whichever way you prefer.
You can eat heated lettuce.
Heating lettuce and eating heated or warmed lettuce is safe and nothing is harmful about the heated lettuce or even heated salads.
It is OK to eat warm salad.
Salad can be eaten cold or heated up although most people eat cold or room temperature salads there's nothing wrong with heating up salad and eating it warm instead of cold.
Salad can be cooked and lettuce and salad can be microwaved without any health effects or any damage to the microwave.
It is safe to eat microwaved lettuce.
Microwaving lettuce will not harm the lettuce or cause any health issues when you eat it.
Some studies even show that microwaving can help retain the nutrition in vegetables such as lettuce because they can cook faster than their conventional counterparts.
So, yes, it is safe to microwave lettuce and vegetables in general, and it won't damage your microwave either.
You don't need to cover food in the microwave when cooking.
However covering the food in the microwave when cooking is recommended for best results.
Because the heat circulates when cooking the food in the microwave.
keeping food covered lightly helps ensure that the food heats and reheats evenly, doesn't overcook and tastes better.
Yes you can microwave salad dressing to heat it up.
Just place the salad dressing in a microwave safe bowl or container and heat it for 30 seconds or so until it's warmed up.
Foods that will explode in the microwave are.
Potatoes (unless you poke holes before cooking)
Tomatoes and tomato sauce.
Some foods explode in the microwave due to the high water content or water content in the food.
As the microwave rapidly heats up the food the water heats up as well and with nowhere to vent the water escapes as steam when the pressure builds up in the food and explodes.
Similar to soups that are heated too long the water and liquid in the soup boils due to the high temperature and then explodes all over the microwave.
If the food has a high water content, like an egg or potato, the water expands and turns to steam.
Without a way for the steam to escape, the internal pressure rapidly builds until the food explodes.
Soup explodes in the microwave when it is heated unevenly.
This can happen when a liquid doesn't heat evenly in the microwave, causing it to build up steam pressure in one area.
The soup will inevitably explode when the pressure is too great.
In order to reduce the odds of food exploding in your microwave, you want to give the steam a place to escape.
Simply take a fork and pierce the food item several times.
It's the same technique you've been using all along before heating those frozen dinners.
To prevent splatter and encourage even heating, cover the soup with plastic wrap or a microwave-safe splatter cover.
If reheating soup from a can, follow the package instructions.
If reheating homemade soup, reheat for approximately one minute.
The time will vary depending on how much soup you are reheating.
You can also help some foods from exploding in the microwave by cooking foods such as soups with a vented cover that has holes for the heat and steam to escape.
The cover will contain the soup and liquid while still allowing the steam to escape.