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永合豐 精选茶树菇 Agrocybe Cylindracea
Cha Shu Gu/Dried Mushrooms /tea tree mushroom
WHF Agrocybe Cylindracea/ Cha Shu Gu(8 oz/Bag)
This mushroom contains vitamins, phytochemicals, and minerals. It is particularly rich in Copper and Pantothenic acid which is Vitamin B5. The Chestnut also contains Folate, Biotin, Niacin or Vitamin B3, Selenium, Potassium and Riboflavin or Vitamin B2. . . . The mushroom has a strong taste and fits well in different dishes, in sauces, salads, pasta, quiches, soups, casseroles, omelets, among others.
Fresh foods lose their flavor and nutritional value if not kept properly. This preservation of nutrients is paramount especially because many of the elements in the mushroom have medicinal value. When taken in the food, the medicinal elements ensure various ailments are kept at arm’s length and the consumer leads a relatively healthy life. http://www.medicalmushrooms.net/agrocybe-aegerita/
From the manufacturer:
Tea tree mushroom belongs to the fungus phylum, also known as columnar field head mushroom, poplar mushroom, chestnut mushroom, chaxin mushroom, columnar ring rust umbrella, willow matsutake, etc. It was originally a wild mushroom growing on tea tree stalks in high mountain dense forest areas in Guangchang, Jiangxi. Now, the optimized and improved tea tree mushrooms have a tender and crisp top, a pure and fragrant taste, and are an excellent cooking ingredient. They can be cooked into a variety of delicious dishes, and their nutritional value exceeds other edible mushrooms such as shiitake mushrooms.
The nutritional value of tea tree mushroom
- Tea tree mushroom is rich in protein nutrition. There are 18 kinds of amino acids in its protein, including 8 kinds of amino acids that are necessary for the human body are complete, and the content of lysine is as high as 1.75%.
- Tea tree mushroom also contains dextran, a bacterial protein, carbohydrates, anti-cancer polysaccharides, and other nutrients, and is rich in B vitamins and mineral elements such as potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc.
Storage of tea tree mushroom: Store in a ventilated and dry place. [If kept in the refrigerator, place the mushrooms into a paper bag to absorb excess moisture and use them within a few days. Discard discolored or odorous mushrooms.]
Cooking tips for tea tree mushroom
- Fresh tea tree mushrooms should be rinsed with clean water and drained before cooking. They can be used with fresh meat or eggs for frying, baking, and soup.
- For the dried product, rinse the tea tree mushroom with water once, soak it in water for about 35 minutes. When cooking, put the tea tree mushroom and soaking water into the meat soup to boil the soup. It can also be stir-fried, cold, and rinsed.
- The tea tree mushroom has thick skin and a fragrant smell. It is not only suitable for cooking, but also suitable for making canned food, tea tree mushroom juice, soy sauce, beverages, and snack foods, etc.