Shiitake ("royal tree mushroom") — an integral component of Japanese cuisine. Mushrooms are rich in vitamins B and D (more than in cod liver), and the level of amino acids exceeds their content in soybeans, beans, chestnuts or corn.
Shiitake mushrooms are believed to have the ability to boost immunity and lower blood cholesterol. In Japanese cuisine, mushrooms are valued for the fact that they infuse the taste of other foods. Mushrooms are used in various hot dishes in combination with meat, vegetables and noodles, perfectly complementing the taste range of any product. Mushrooms are also grilled and baked in tempura.
Shiitake (Shiitake) mushrooms dried 100%
Nutritional value per 100 g
|Energy value (calories)||752 kJ / 182 kcal|
Storage conditions and shelf life
Store at temperatures from 0 °C to +20°C and relative air humidity not higher than 75%. After opening, store in a dry place in a tightly closed package.
Country of origin: China
Type of packaging: Polymer package