Eat more grain buns to prevent gray hair
Grain cereals are fermented to meet the various B vitamins needed for hair.
Specifically, there are 200 grams of black rice noodles, black sesame powder, buckwheat noodles, millet noodles, 200 grams of ordinary flour, 6 grams of yeast powder, and 210 ml of warm water.
Mix the cereal powder with ordinary flour, and use warm water to break up the yeast powder and pour into the flour.
Pour the remaining warm water into the flour for mixing.
Put the dough in a container and cover it with filling, or cover the top drawer cloth, and ferment in the warm place to twice the size. The length of time varies with the ambient temperature. It is difficult to ferment the miscellaneous grains. You can extend the time appropriately.
Finally, the steamed buns can be steamed.
Eating grain buns instead of white rice or white flour staple food can prevent hair from turning gray.