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250g Certified Premium Chinese Dry Shiitake Edible Fungus Winter Mushroom Donko

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Origin: China Type:  Donko Net Weight:  250g 8.8oz Expired Date : 18 Months   About Shiitake Mushroom Donko   This is one...
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Origin: China

Type:  Donko

Net Weight:  250g 8.8oz

Expired Date : 18 Months

 

About Shiitake Mushroom Donko

 

This is one kind of Edible mushroom and is very popular in China. Normally it used for stew soup and Dry mushroom has high nutritive value .Fresh and dried shiitake have many uses in the cuisines of East Asia. In Japan, they are served in miso soup, used as the basis for a kind of vegetarian dashi, and as an ingredient in many steamed and simmered dishes. In Chinese cuisine, they are often sauted in vegetarian dishes such as Buddha's delight.

One type of high-grade shiitake is called donko (冬菇) in Japanese and dōnggū in Chinese, literally "winter mushroom". Another high-grade of mushroom is called huāgū (花菇) in Chinese, literally "flower mushroom", which has a flower-like cracking pattern on the mushroom's upper surface. Both of these are produced at lower temperatures.

Usage Guide

As a rule all mushroom species should be cooked thoroughly before eating. By pouring boiling water over the dried mushrooms and letting them steep for approximately 30 minutes. The soaking liquid can be used for cooking as well, provided that any dirt at the bottom of the container is discarded.
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