Many people buy back to the bird's nest and don't know how to make the hair is correct. Always use the wrong water or use the wrong way. Soak the bird's nest and remember not to use hot water and tap water to destroy the nutrients of the bird's nest. The water from the bird's nest should be dumped. Don't feel that the nutrients are drained in the water. Unfortunately, it is the bath water of the bird's nest. During the process of changing the water, most of the fine hair and impurities can be filtered out, so there is no need to worry about the loss of nutrients.
Put the dried bird's nest in a container filled with pure water. The water should be as much as possible, because the bird's nest will swell during the process of foaming.
After two hours of foaming, change the water once, and by the way, tear the bird's nest along the texture into a strip. The swallow horn is the load-bearing part of the bird's nest. Therefore, when the swiftlet is spit, the concentration of saliva is larger and it takes longer. some.
After tearing into strips, you can wash off some fine hair and impurities more than a few times, then put on clean pure water and soak for one and a half to two and a half hours.
Remove the well-filled bird's nest, squeeze the water from the bird's nest with both hands and put it in a clean dish or stew. Most of the tutorials are taught to drain the water with a colander. I don't like it because of the colander. It is almost impossible to drain to squeeze and no longer produce water. It takes a long time. It is more convenient and quick to squeeze directly with both hands. It is more hygienic to wear disposable gloves.
The bird's nest with too much foaming can be squeezed out of the water and then divided into small portions with a small fresh-keeping bag. The amount of the stew should be stored in the refrigerator for free. When you cook it, take out how many servings to take and how many servings. Bird's nest will not be degraded due to repeated thawing, and the frozen bird's nest can be stored for two to three weeks (personal recommended time).