Dried Shiitake Mushrooms (Sliced)
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I break them into smaller pieces and add to homemade soup. Delicious and healthy too.Nancy, Las Vegas, NV
great price and great qualityMichelle, Belle Fourche, SD
Best mushrooms ever... perfect right out of the container :-)Michael, Lake in the Hills, IL
These dried mushrooms make a tasty addition to winter stews and soups.George, Saint Louis, MO
These are great. One tub last a couple of weeks getting added to eggs salads broths, pasta dishes. Pork and chicken. So versatile and easy to use and storeTara, State University, AR
This is a repeat order of this item , I love it...Freddie, Atlanta, GA
They are wonderful. We add them to our vegetable soup with miso. Delish!Denise, Huntington Woods, MI
These are PERFECT if that word applies to dried fungus...we go through this package in a couple of months. How you ask? Well, if you are short of cash and long on appetite (we are) they can be reconstituted and added to stir fry, soup, risotto, farro, spaghetti sauce (really nice if you don't have cash for ground meat), meatballs (if you do have cash for meat), etc., etc. It's a way to add nutrients and unami (spelling?) flavor. You can add them whole, break them up in small pieces or powder them (I use a mortar and pestle) to sub in the meat like flavor. I only do the last one if they are still in dried form, of course. The price looks a bit high, but it's not. Fresh in the store you could easily pay 2/3 of this price and only have it for that week. Dried, you can use as needed and they keep without spoiling. These along with a couple of the others are now a staple at our house throughout the year and at the fall and winter holidays. Keep them in a cool, dry place away from the stove and they will be with you until consumed. Yum!Sharon, Cherry Hill, NJ
Wow, mushrooms, tonight, tomorrow and the day after. Thank you thank youCharlotte, Bronx, NY
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Dried Shiitake Mushrooms. Basic Preparations: Rinse product in cold running tap water to remove any possible debris. To reconstitute, place desired amount into a bowl, cover with boiling water, and let soak for 15-20 minutes before draining. Or, add directly to recipe that will cook for at least 20 minutes. General rule, 1 oz. dry reconstitutes to 3-4 oz. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 100g (~3.5 oz.)
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