Grilled eel with fresh charcoal
Eel is not only tender in meat, delicious in taste, but also rich in nutrition. Its fresh fish meat contains 18.6% protein, which is as high as 63% after being processed into roasted eel. It is also rich in fat, carbohydrates, various vitamins, calcium, phosphorus, iron, selenium and other nutrients. Its nutritional value ranks among the best among fish. Moreover, eel meat is sweet and flat, and is not a hot and dry food. Therefore, eating more nutritious eel in hot summer days can nourish the body, relieve heat and fatigue, and not only prevent weight loss in summer, but also achieve the purpose of nourishing and fitness. No wonder the Japanese like eel as a summer tonic. Domestic products are in short supply, and they have to import a lot from China and other places every year.