Freeze Dried Shiitake Mushroom

Freeze dried shiitake mushrooms have a more concentrated taste compared to fresh mushrooms, and they are slightly more chewable. They also provide higher concentrations of vitamins and minerals

Product Details

* Specification:

Origin

China

Processing Type

Freeze Drying (FD)

Material

Fresh Shiitake Mushroom

Shape

Slices

Purity

100%

Moisture

5%

Packaging

PE bag + carton or as per clients  requirements

Shelf Life

24 months

MOQ

500kgs

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* Information of Shiitake Mushroom

Mushroom is an edible fungus native to East Asia that is grown and eaten in many Asian countries. It is considered to be a medicinal mushroom in some forms of traditional medicine. Basic research on its health effects is underway to assess whether mushrooms will affect disease characteristics, although sufficient human research has not been proven to date.


* Product Features:

---not fried, not puffed, no artificial coloring, no preservatives or other additives

---no gluten

---only take away water

---perfectly retain the nutrition facts of fresh vegetable.

---freeze dried shiitake mushrooms have a more concentrated taste compared to fresh mushrooms, and they are slightly more chewable

---they also provide higher concentrations of vitamins and minerals


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* Nutrition of Shiitake Mushroom:

Freeze dried shiitake mushrooms have good nutritional properties and some impressive health benefits. They contain shiitake mushrooms, sterols and beta-glucans, which help lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. Regular consumption of mushrooms also helps to strengthen the immune system. The polysaccharides in shiitake mushrooms may also have anti-cancer effects. In addition, shiitake mushrooms can also help fight infections and promote bone health.


* How to use dried shiitake mushrooms:

Cooking with freeze dried shiitake mushrooms is a little different from using fresh ones.

Because they are very hard, these dried mushrooms need to be soaked to soften them. To do this, put them in a bowl and cover them in water. As the mushrooms rehydrate, the water level will drop. After an hour of minimum soaking time, the mushrooms will soften and be ready for cooking.

Once the mushrooms are soft, they are used in the same way as fresh ones.


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