Mud pot or mud utensils has been used since time immemorial by our ancestors to cook their food. However, with time we have all switched to various cookware throughout the years, including steel, aluminum, brass, and bronze, to mention a few.
But, have you ever tried to think why our ancestors cooked their food in mud pots? We must be aware of the differences between meals cooked with mud utensils and other types of cookware.
In addition to being inexpensive and accessible kitchenware, mud pot provides a number of health advantages to our bodies. Organic Gyaan offers you an authentic black mud pot with a glass lid to cook a wide array of your favourite delicacies. It adds an earthy flavour to your dishes and at the same time lets retain all nutrients intact to provide the right nourishment to your body, mind, and soul!
Cooking In Mud Pot Benefits
- Cooking in mud utensils like black mud pot are porous in nature which allows even heat circulation throughout the vessel. This helps to cook food evenly and keep it fresh for longer periods of time.
- A mud pot is alkaline in nature and thus neutralizes the acidic nature of food. This helps to restore the pH balance which makes it easy for you to digest the food.
- Cooking with mud utensils will infuse trace minerals in the food such as calcium, phosphorous, sulphur, and magnesium.
- It also helps retain the original taste and nutrition of the food.
How To Store & Maintain Black Mud Pot?After washing, dry thoroughly to prevent the forming of mold. Store the black mud pot with the lid off allowing air to circulate. Or invert the lid and place a paper towel between the pot and the lid to prevent chipping. Make sure the pot is thoroughly dry before storing it. This eliminates the risk of mold growth inside the pot. Store your mudware in dry and well-ventilated areas.