I’ll ask you a riddle 🙂 Which vegetable contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6, folic acid, vitamin C, iron, calcium, zinc, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium, at the same time is 95% water? If you missed it, then this is Cucumber! That is exactly what we will paint today! Let’s go guys.
The massive craze for watching funny animal videos on YouTube has shown that cats just jump to stone at the sight of cucumbers, jumping or rushing away after the cucumber was placed next to them. Why? Animal behavioral scientist Dr. Roger Mugford said that this reaction occurs due to the fact that when the cat bows its head over the bowl and eats, it is extremely unexpected for her to find an unidentified object next to him. Many people think that this is also due to the fact that cats confuse a cucumber with a predator … .. Oh my God, poor cats. Green monsters are attacking. 🙂
Cucumbers have been eaten for a very long time. They first appeared on the domestic market and grew up in ancient India around the 2nd – 3rd millennium BC.
The temperature in a cucumber can vary greatly from the outer shell and the inner part. The outer shell of a cucumber can be an order of magnitude colder than the inside of the cucumber itself.
The green vegetable was transported from Haiti in 1494 by the famous explorer Christopher Columbus and began its “cucumber march” around the world.