When will the bright moon come, ask the wine to the blue sky, I don't know what year is the palace in the sky and what year is this eve?
Mooncakes are eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival as a sign of "reunion." Moon cakes, also called Hu cakes, palace cakes, moon cakes, harvest cakes, reunion cakes, etc., are offerings to worship the moon god during the Mid-Autumn Festival in ancient times. "August and fifteen months are round, and Mid-Autumn Festival moon cakes are fragrant and sweet." This famous proverb tells the custom of eating moon cakes on the night of Mid-Autumn Festival. Moon cakes were originally used to sacrifice to the moon god. Later, people gradually took the Mid-Autumn Festival to admire the moon and taste moon cakes as a symbol of family reunion. Gradually, moon cakes became a must-have gift for festivals.
The moon cakes we buy now are relatively sweet and have very high calories. Many people start to make moon cakes at home. From a nutritional point of view, the focus is on the selection of ingredients. Yanmen Qinggao's tartary buckwheat flour is itself a medicinal and food ingredient. From the growth environment to the processing technology, the taste of moon cakes is increased, and it can provide the nutrients needed by the human body. Today we make cranberry tartary buckwheat moon cakes.