Wood Ear Mushrooms are popular in Asia because of their ability to improve heart function! According to studies published in microbiology, this type of mushroom is proven to help stabilize blood pressure.
Besides the many wondrous benefits Wood Ear Mushrooms offer, it is also crunchy, slightly chewy and has a light taste, making them the perfect addition to any dish that lacks texture, such as soups, stir-frys, and so much more!
Also referred to as black fungus
Look like ears growing out of a tree
Thick and smooth skinned, with some wrinkles
How to Use:
Slice into 1/4 inch strips for roasting
Lacks flavour, but does absorb from other ingredients
Sauté, braise, bake, roast, or stir-fry
Pair with other mushrooms, cheeses, and pasta
Add to soup, stews, or risotto
Store in a sealed container in a cool, dark place indefinitely