"Eat pig trotters cooked in vinegar and ginger every day."
It is true that pork trotters cooked with vinegar and ginger is an essential part of a confinement meal plan (it promotes milk production, helps with wound healing and blood circulation). However, pig trotters cooked with vinegar and ginger is too tonic to be eaten immediately after labour. Depending on your pace of recovery, you can generally consume this dish towards the end of the second week.
So, pig trotters cooked in vinegar and ginger is an important dish in the confinement food calendar, but should only be eaten at the appropriate time.