About the Product:
Black Brinjal is a common vegetable in India is also known as “egg plant” in many western countries. Brinjal Black Beauty vegetable is very easy and safe to grow in our vegetable garden at home whether we have a garden in front of house, a terrace garden or a roof top garden.
One cup (82 grams) of raw eggplant 20 calories, 5 grams of carbs, 3 grams of Fiber, 1gram of Protein, 10% of Manganese, 5% of Folate, 5% of Potassium and 4 % of Vitamin K and 3 %of Vitamin C. Eggplants also contain small amounts of other nutrients, including niacin, magnesium and copper.
Storage and uses:
Store them in the refrigerator until they are ready for use. … a carbon steel, knife to prevent a phytochemical reaction that can cause the eggplant to turn black.
- Rich in Many Nutrients.
- High in Antioxidants.
- May Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease.
- May Promote Blood Sugar Control.
- Could Help With Weight Loss.
- May Have Cancer-Fighting Benefits.
- Very Easy to Add to Your Diet.