野生 黑木耳 云耳（16oz）
Dried Black Fungus (16oz)
It is known as Mandarin Chinese: 云耳; pinyin: yún'ěr, lit. "cloud ear", Chinese: 毛木耳; pinyin: máomù'ěr, lit. "hairy wood ear"), and in Japanese, it is called ara-ge-ki-kurage (アラゲキクラゲ, lit. "rough-hair-tree-jellyfish"). It is also known as black fungus, black Chinese fungus (or mushroom), wood ear fungus, wood fungus, ear fungus, or tree ear fungus, an allusion to its rubbery ear-shaped growth.
Known for its jelly-like consistency and distinct chewiness, black fungus is a popular culinary ingredient across a range of Asian dishes. It has likewise been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years.
Black fungus belongs to the Auricularia family, black fungus is also called cloud ear fungus or tree ear fungus. They have a jelly-like consistency and look like shriveled ear lobes. They are commonly sold dried but return to their original gelatin-like texture when reconstituted with water. . .
Black fungus is high in [protein] and potassium a mineral and electrolyte required by all cells of the body. A 100-gram serving contains 754 milligrams of potassium. . . A diet rich in potassium can help prevent strokes, reduce hypertension and osteoporosis and reduce the formation of kidney stones. The black fungus also contains calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium — all-important minerals required by the body to properly function.
Black fungus is also a good source of B vitamins with a 100-gram serving containing:
- 65 percent of your daily value (DV) for vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
- 39 percent of your DV for vitamin B3 (niacin)
- 10 percent of your DV for vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
- 10 percent of your DV for vitamin B9 (folate)
- 7 percent of your DV for vitamin B6