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Mushrooms

Our freeze-dried mushrooms are button white mushrooms. Nothing added at all. Simply mushrooms make a wonderful and nutritious snack. Mix in soup, salad, omelettes, or any recipe.

Woodear mushrooms (Auricularia Polytricha) are cultivated all over the world but grown for the commercial dry market almost exclusively in China. They are thought to look like ears growing out of trees, hence the name. This mushroom has other names such as tree ear and black fungus. It is often confused with the cloud ear. Woodear mushrooms are believed by many to be good for the heart. When reconstituted, the brownish tan inner color blends with the black exterior color to create a singled colored brownish black mushroom. The woodear has a firm skin with a slightly crunchy texture and an earthy flavor.

Sliced dried Shiitake mushrooms, are often called wild mushrooms, although they are only found cultivated. Dried shiitake caps are dark brown on top, with tan gills underneath.

Dried Cloud Ear Mushrooms are ruffle-edged, thin, black mushrooms. Cloud Ears have a more delicate, mild flavor and are much smaller in size than Wood Ear.

Dried porcini mushrooms make an excellent addition to any recipe calling for mushrooms. Add to soups, stir fry, eggs, salads, or meat dishes.

Never have mushrooms tasted this good. Whole shitake mushroom buttons cooked like potato chips. A crunchy and amazing snack.

Dried Black Trumpet Mushrooms, also known as horn of plenty, are considered a great delicacy. This fragile mushroom has a waxy, charcoal-gray outer surface, while the inside is a velvety blackish-brown.

This amazing white truffle extra virgin olive oil is incredible. Add delectable truffle flavoring to all your cooked dishes like pasta, pizza, meats, and salads.

Dried Hen of the Woods (Maitake) Mushrooms is an annual mushroom. Cooked, it is delicious, with a light, pleasant taste and a pungent smell with a soft texture.

Dried Chanterelle Mushrooms are Funnel Shaped Mushrooms. They bear a slight resemblance to "Horn of Plenty", but are smaller, brownish-gray in color rather than black, and have a compressed stem.

The Lobster Mushroom (Hypomyces Lactifluorum) is a Parasitic Mushroom which uses another Mushroom as its host; and dramatically increases the flavor of that host. The Lobster Mushroom derives its name from the reddish color of the Mushroom. This Mushroom is a great addition to Mushroom dishes because of its beautiful color which is rather unique in the edible Mushroom world. Lobster Mushrooms have a firm, soft texture, delicate flavor and the slices range from 1 - 3 inches wide. The Lobster absorbs flavors of a dish well while adding eye appeal.

Dried Matsutake Mushrooms have a spicy flavor with pine and cinnamon fragrance. Matsutake means "pine mushroom." This meaty delight is either white or brown with a thick cotton-like partial veil.