Mushrooms – A to Z

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Chanterelle

The golden child of the mushroom world, chanterelles are known for their beautiful yellow-orange colour, their rarity and most of all, their flavour

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Cloud Ear Fungus

Cloud ear fungus is a grey-brown edible jelly fungus that is often used in Asian cooking, especially Chinese cuisine.

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Index – Mushrooms

This is the sub-index for the mushroom varieties that we have listed in the glossary. Included are information, availability, substitutions, and nutrition, wherever possible.

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Matsutake

Matsutake is the common name for a highly sought-after mycorrhizal mushroom that grows in Asia, Europe, and North America. It is prized by the Japanese and Chinese for its distinct spicy-aromatic odour.

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Wood Ear

Wood-ear, or 木耳 , or キクラゲ can refer to two different closely related species of edible fungus used primarily in Chinese cuisine; these are commonly sold in Asian markets shredded and dried.

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