羊肚菌 竹荪 姬松茸 鹿茸菇 香菇 虫草花 白玉菇 杏鲍菇 姬菇 茶树菇
Wild Mountain Treasures Mushroom Soup
Nourishes the stomach, strengthens the spleen, and improves immunity
Morels, Dictyophora, Agaricus subrufescens, Dried Velvet Mushroom, Cordyceps flower, White Shimeji Mushroom, King Oyster Mushroom, Marmoreal mushroom, Agrocybe Cylindracea
Mushrooms are fungi that belong in a kingdom of their own, separate from plants and animals. Their DNA more closely resembles humans than plants. They are ancient heroes and warriors against disease.
Mushrooms have been used in Asian cooking and medicine for centuries. They are rich in the B vitamins riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, zinc, magnesium, copper, potassium, selenium, phosphorous, and rich antioxidants. They are also a fairly good source of fiber. That combination protects heart health. Riboflavin supports red blood cells.
Mushrooms are low-carb, practically no-fat food with healthy protein: A Superfood. Health-promoting β-glucans are a large group of polysaccharides that create mushrooms’ healing effects. High potassium content is also characteristic of mushrooms. Mushrooms act as an antibacterial, immune system enhancers, and cholesterol-lowering agents; additionally, they are important sources of bioactive compounds. Cook all mushrooms.
This soup is power-packed with flavor goodness
How to cook
Take a bag of this product and soak it in warm water for 20 minutes (cold water for about 1 hour), wash it clean after it has been thoroughly soaked, put it in an iron pot, add 500-1000g chicken, duck, spare ribs, etc., then add an appropriate amount of water and cook until the meat Cooked, add the right amount of salt, chicken essence and other seasonings according to personal taste, and it is ready to eat in Qi.