Though in the midst of meat and stick to vegetables, hiver still plenty of animals with home in the kitchen.
Vegetables are grown in soil, and therefore, they come in contact with thousands of microorganisms, which thus becomes part of the meal, if the vegetables are not being cleaned before ingestion.
On your vegetables live among the other mites, flies, spiders, bjørnedyr and roundworms. It shows the recordings made by the microscope enthusiast Martin Kaae Kristiansen, manager Youtube and Instagramsiderne My Microscopic World.
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Martin Kaae Kristiansen scraped the land of carrots, potatoes, leeks and celery, and nærstuderede it under his microscope. On the way, he discovered that, in many cases, in fact, was not the land he looked at, but dead insects.
however, There were also live animals to find on the vegetables, among other things, roundworms, mites, insect larvae and bjørnedyr.
most of them are, thankfully, harmless to people, but some of them can cause infections, so it is important to wash your vegetables thoroughly before swallowing.
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