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shallot

Shallot / shallots

Plural: Shallots

Scientific name: Allium cepa var. aggregatum

Quick answers

Calories, Allergies and healthiness.

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Calories Low Shallot contains 72 calories per 100g and can be considered low in calories.
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Allergy and hypersensitivity grass pollen Shallot can cause allergic / hypersensitivity reactions for parts of the population.
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Healthiness Excellent Shallot is a great healthy option and can be consumed in larger amounts regularly.

Information

Everything you need to know and a little bit more.

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Handling

Storage Refrigerator
Temperature +4°C to +8°C
Shelf life / Best before 60 days
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Freezing

Can shallot be frozen? Yes
Preparation Peel and dice
Quality when defrosted Good
Tip: Write name and date on a label for easy oversight in the freezer.
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Nutritional values per 100g

Energy 72 kcal / 301 kj
Fat 0,1 g
Saturated fat 0,02 g
Carbohydrates 16,8 g
Sugars 7,87 g
Protein 2,5 g
Salt 0,01 g
Nutritional values in plain text
Shallot has a very low amount of fat with a very low amount of saturated fat. Contains a significant amount of carbohydrates and a fair amount of sugars. Shallot contains a lesser amount of protein and contains a low amount of salt.
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Vitamins and minerals

calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, vitamin c, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin b6, folate, choline, carotene, vitamin a, vitamin e, vitamin k
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Cholesterol

Shallot contains 0 mg kolesterol per 100g, meaning its free from cholesterol.
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Allergy and hypersensitivity

Allergies No info
Cross-Reactivities grass pollen
Labeling requirement (EU) No
Labeling requirement means that the product contains allergens that have special labeling requirements. Either in the product itself or from its ingredients.
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Diets

Keto friendly No
LCHF friendly No
Sugar free (under 0,5g) No
Fat-free (under 0,5g) Yes
Gluten-free Yes
Dairy free Yes
Lactose free Yes
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Weight and volume

1 l shallot in grams 680 g
1 dl shallot in grams 68 g
1 cl shallot in grams 6,8 g
1 ml shallot in grams 0,68 g
1 tbsp shallot in grams 10,2 g
1 tsp shallot in grams 3,4 g
1 krm shallot in grams 0,68 g
1 kg shallot in liters 1,47 liters
1 hg shallot in dl 1,47 dl
1 g shallot in ml 1,47 ml
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Exercise

Run, ride a bike or go to the gym to burn off the calories.

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Running 1,2 km / 100g To burn off a 100g of shallot you need to run about 1,2 km at a decent tempo.
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Biking 2,57 km / 100g To burn off a 100g of shallot you need to ride a bike about 2,57 km at a decent pace.
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Swimming 22 min / 100g To burn off a 100g of shallot you need to swim for 22 minutes at a decent intensity.
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Gym 43 min / 100g To burn off a 100g of shallot you need to workout for 43 minutes at a decent intensity.