Vitamin : b2 (riboflavin)
Occurrence : milk products, meat, wholemeal cereal, cheese, eggs, liver, sea-fish, green leafy vegetables, whey powder
Lack : (rarely) skin inflammation, brittle nails, anaemia, callus attrition
Daily need : approx. 2 mg. .. More >>
Benefits of Pumpkins
USE THOSE GUTS
The guts are the stringy pieces that surround the seeds of your pumpkin, and they can be one of the most difficult parts to use. We suggest using these icky innards to make some pumpkin stock. Separate the seeds from the guts, and set them aside for a tasty snack later. Place your guts in a pot filled with water and boil. You can add other unwanted vegetable pieces, such as celery tips or carrot tops, to add more flavor. Boil for about 30 minutes, or until the water begins to change color. Strain your stock, reserving the broth and setting your guts and vegetable pieces aside to be composted.