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Perilla

Perilla(Perilla frutescens, scientific name:Frutescens knob) IsLabiatae OfAnnual grass.Perilla(Blue shiso) is a variety of the same kind.Southeast AsiaIt is said to be native.There is Juunen in the local name, and it is said that you can live ten years longer if you eat it.The old name and Chinese name are荏(e).

For edible or oilingCultivationIs done.PerillaIt is very similar to (blue shiso), and there are areas where perilla varieties are preferred, areas where perilla varieties are preferred, and areas where both are cultivated throughout Asia, but in the origin of Southeast Asia, both perilla and perilla are cultivated. There are many undifferentiated varieties that do not stick to each other.

As a scent component for leaves etc.Perilla ketone(Perilla ketone) And Egoma ketone (3- (4-Methyl-1-oxa-3-pentenyl) furan)FrancContains compounds and ingested in large quantitiesRuminantAgainsttoxicityIndicates.

Ecology

The height is about 60-100 cm.StemIs square, upright and has long hair.The leaves are opposite, broad-ovate, pointed,sawIt is jagged.The part near the base is round.The leaves are 7-12 cm long.The front side is green and the back side is reddish purple.InflorescenceIs a raceme with many white flowers.corollaIs 4-5mm in length.There are 4 petals and the lower 2 are slightly longer.

Number

Native to India in Japanゴ マIt has been used for a long time.Detection of perilla nuts including perillaJomon PeriodIt has been confirmed from an early stage,1974 ToNaganoSuwa"Egoma nuts" have been detected from[1]..In Nagano Prefecture, perilla seeds have also been excavated from the Oishi site, which was initially regarded as a "millet-like carbide", but was identified as a Labiatae plant in 1981.

In the Jomon periodCookie-like carbideIt is thought that it was processed for food because it was also detected in the plant, and it is attracting attention in the theory from the viewpoint of a cultigen plant.From the Middle AgesKamakura PeriodWidely cultivated for oil extraction until aroundEBARAMany of the places with "perilla" in the place name are derived from the fact that they were cultivated areas.

seed

seedIn Japan, like sesame, it is roasted and then mashed to make condiments, or it is edible as "sesame miso".

Gifu PrefectureHidaIn rural areas, perilla is called "aburae" and is mixed with miso.Gohei mochiIt is eaten in close contact with daily life, such as by attaching it to roasted rice cakes or by eating it with boiled greens or boiled potatoes.

A relatively large amount of perilla is cultivatedFukushimaIn addition to Jyunen MisoShingorou,Karinto ManjuIn addition to many dishes and sweets that use seeds, sesame is also bred by mixing it with food.

other,Tomi pepperIn some cases, it is added as a component of.

Traditionally, the seeds are chewed and applied to the affected area of ​​chilblains to heal.Folk remediesRemains in the Kaida region of Nagano prefecture[2].

Main of perilla (in 100g)fatty acidType of[3]
ItemQuantity (g)
fat38.79
saturated fatty acid3.34
16:0 (Palmitic acid)2.3
18:0 (stearic acid)0.94
Monounsaturated fatty acid6.61
18:1 (oleic acid) (ω-9 fatty acid)6.5
Polyunsaturated fatty acid28.83
18:2 (Linoleic acid) (ω-6 fatty acid)5.1
18:3 (α-linolenic acid) (ω-3 fatty acid)24

grease

Perilla oil (Sesame oil,Perilla oil Perilla oil) is an oil squeezed from seedsPerilla oilAlso known as (perilla oil, perilla, perilla oil), it is also edible.Drying oilSo make it waterproofpaintAsOil paper,Umbrella,YutonHas been used for[4].

中 世Of non-drying oil at the endrapeseed oilUntil the spread of perilla, the vegetable oil in Japan was perilla oil, which was mainly used for lighting, and to secure and supply it in a stable manner.Oil seatWas created.However, with the spread of rapeseed oil, the use of perilla oil gradually declined, and its characteristics as a drying oil were limited to indispensable uses, and its name recognition became low.But,KoreaAnd so on, Turgirum (들기름), Which is more commonly used than in Japan.

1990 eraAfter the second half, perilla oil is indispensable to the human bodyEssential fatty acidsIsα-linolenic acid, OtherEdible oilSince it is unparalleled in abundance, it has attracted attention for its health-friendly ingredients and has reappeared in the Japanese food market.However, in Japan, where the name recognition of perilla oil was low, it was often sold under the trade name of "perilla oil", probably because it was considered disadvantageous in terms of product development.For this reason, there is a misunderstanding that Korean perilla oil and Japanese perilla oil are different.[Needs verification]..This is also the case in Korea, where Japanese perilla oil is used as chaso oil (자소 오일) Etc. and treat it like another thing.Edible perilla oil is not suitable for cooking such as fried foods and stir-fried foods because it easily oxidizes, but it has a less addictive flavor, and it is recommended to drink it as it is or to take it in appropriate amounts in various finished dishes. general.

Paint for industrial useResinRaw material,linoleum,printingink,Pomade, Used as a raw material for soaps, etc.TraditionallypaperIt is also important to apply it to waterproof paper, and in Korea it is used indoors.OndolIt was also used by laying it on top of it.

In 2004,National Life CenterBut again in 2008Japan Instant Food Industry Association StyreneUse a containerCup NoodleIf you put it in, the container may melt, so be careful.[5][6][7][8].

leaf

In Japan, where the scent of perilla varieties has been favored, it is peculiar to perilla.Perilla ketoneMany people found the smell of the leaves unpleasant, and the leaves were rarely used as vegetables, except for some pickles.

However, it is rather preferred in Korean and Korean cuisine, and "Turke" (perilla) means wild sesame.들깨..It is called "wild sesame seeds", and the most fragrant type is "kennip".깻잎..The meaning of sesame leaves) "LettuceAs well asKorean barbecueIt is often eaten with meat dishes such as.meatThis way of eating pickled food with leaves is Sam (쌈).Perilla Sam, especiallyHamambuk Expressway,Hammyeonnam-do,JejuIs flourishing[9].

Other,Jangajji(장아찌), The leaves are sometimes pickled in soy sauce and eaten, which is also used as an ingredient in Sam in Jeju.

In recent years, in Fukushima prefecture, etc., the young leaves have been dried and used with other herbs.Tea outside teaThere is also an example of using it as.

Variant

Wild varieties have a lemon-like scentLemon perilla(P. frutescens there. citriodora), But it is not used by humans.Japanese macaqueIs known to eat this seed well.Independent species of the genus Perilla (P. citriodora) May be treated as.

Hiroshima prefectureMiyajimaLemon perilla distributed in is due to the strong odor of perilla ketone contained only in this strain.Sika deerEscape from feeding damage[10]..Related species (P. hirtella, The image is[1]See) also has a similar odor.

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footnote

  1. ^ For the fruits of the genus Perilla in the Jomon period, Akiko Matsutani "Egoma Shiso" "Study of Jomon Culture 2 Livelihood" (1983, Yuzankaku)
  2. ^ "Folk Medicine of Shinshu" Page 212 out of 47 pages Medical Times Co., Ltd. Published December 46, 12 Shinano Crude Drug Study Group Edited by Kanemichi Hayashi
  3. ^ http://fooddb.jp/result/result_top.pl?USER_ID=18345
  4. ^ Eriko Hayashi "Showa History of Living" pp.107-109 Kairyusha 2009
  5. ^ Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Consumption Safety Technology Center (2004/5)[Broken link]
  6. ^ News|Instant Ramen Navi_Japan Instant Food Industry Association (2008/10)[Broken link]
  7. ^ “What you should not add to cup noodles” that manufacturers call attention to Netorabo May 2018, 09
  8. ^ Main plastic properties and applications Japan Plastic Industry Federation
  9. ^ Dowd Timothy Jung, "Korean Food Magazine-Exploring the Relationship with Japan", pp43-44, 1979, Shibata Shoten, Tokyo
  10. ^ Search for lemon perilla, a wild species closely related to perilla in Miyajima, Hiroshima Prefecture and Hatsukaichi on the opposite bankAgricultural Biological Resources Gene Bank

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