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Iron frying pan made by Japanese craftsmen
To take iron every day without strain and on a continuous basis.The important thing to stay healthy every day is to continue good habits.As a product focused on the iron deficiency of modern women, this is an unlikely product, a pot specialized for miso soup.
Dissolve 60g of miso in 600ml of water (assumed to be 4 bowls), heat for 5 minutes after boiling, and let stand for 120 minutes.
Results: We found that 39mg more iron was dissolved than in a glass pot.This is about 9.7 mg per cup of miso soup, or more than 90% of the recommended daily intake of iron during menstruation, when iron is in short supply.In addition to the high iron content, approximately 25% of the extracted iron was found to be divalent iron. Bivalent iron is easier for the body to incorporate than the trivalent iron found in foods.
Hexagonal grips were developed for ease of use. You can choose from two types of materials: beech or walnut. The more you use the product, the more it will become familiar with your hand, and the more it will be appreciated by you.
Seasoning (baking and oiling), which is done by hand by craftsmen, is incorporated into the manufacturing process so that you can use the iron frying pan right from the day you buy it. A care manual is also included with the product. If used properly and cared for properly, iron frying pans can be used for a very long time.Hard temper finish, an original technology of FUJITA METAL, is used. Hard tempering is a processing method that improves the inherent drawbacks of iron (burnishing and rusting).
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