Profile: The Oyster has migrated from rotting logs in the wild to mushroom sacks in homes and farmers' markets around the world. They can be used in any meal that asks for mushrooms.
Oyster mushrooms are a common edible fungus that grows in colonies on mushroom bags or rotting wood in the forest. They have a mellow flavor that reminds me of calm morning air on a cold winter day with a hint of chicken, rather than an oyster. It's strange, yet it's accurate. You can rely on us.
These dried oyster mushrooms for sale, which resemble small fairy stepping stools, are plentiful and may be used in any recipe that asks for mushrooms. Furthermore, due to their flatness, they cook evenly. What's the simplest method to prepare these guys? With a splash of sherry and cream, a simple sauté in oil and herbs.
Fun fact: This specific fungus is carnivorous, consuming nematodes by capturing them in tiny glue traps. Maybe it's the little nematodes' diet that makes them so tasty?
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|Ingredients:||Dried oyster mushrooms.|
|Shelf Life:||1 Years.|
|Ways To Use:||Oyster mushrooms are great in casseroles, au gratins, or marinated in olive oil and garlic before broiling or grilling. Chowders, mild soups, or a chicken or fish cream sauce also work well.|
|Basic Prep:||1 oz. of dry mushrooms yields 3-4 oz. Rinse the product with cold water to remove debris. Put the necessary amount of mushrooms in a basin, cover with boiling water, and let soak for 15-20 minutes.|
|Cuisine:||American, Asian, Chinese, European, French|
|Country of Origin:||China|
|Handling / Storage:||Store in a airtight Food Storage Containers, cool, dry place.|
|Allergen Information:||None Specified.|
|Preferences in terms of food:||All Natural, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO|