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Freeze Dried Shiitake Mushroom

Dried mushroom is the product obtained from fresh edible and cleaned mushroom which is dried whole or has been trimmed to the desired styles and dried. Dried mushrooms are not intended for immediate consumption but as an ingredient after rehydration. They are mainly used in home cooking (e.g. in soups, risottos), as ingredient in dehydrated meals and spices, and as ingredient in healthy food and pharmacy products.

Products Specification:

Product Introduction of Freeze Dried  Shiitake Mushroom

Product Name

Freeze Dried Shiitake Mushroom

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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* Product Features of Freeze Dried Shiitake Mushroom

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

---no gluten

---only take away water

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

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* Information of Shiitake Mushroom

The shiitake is an edible mushroom native to East Asia, which is cultivated and consumed in many Asian countries. It is considered a medicinal mushroom in some forms of traditional medicine.

Basic research of health effects is ongoing to assess whether consumption of shiitake mushrooms affects disease properties, although no effect has been proven with sufficient human research to date.

Nutrition of Shiitake Mushroom

In a 100 gram amount, raw shiitake mushrooms provide 34 calories and are 90% water, 7% carbohydrates,  2% protein and less than 1% fat (table for raw mushrooms). Raw shiitake mushrooms are rich sources (20% or more of the Daily Value, DV) of B vitamins and contain moderate levels of some dietary minerals (table). When dried to about 10% water, the contents of numerous nutrients increase substantially.
    Like all mushrooms, shiitakes produce vitamin D2 upon exposure of their internal ergosterol to ultraviolet B (UVB) rays from sunlight 

Uses of Shiitake Mushroom
      Fresh and dried shiitake have many uses in the cuisines of East Asia. In Japan, they are served in miso soup, used as the basis for a kind of vegetarian dashi, and as an ingredient in many steamed and simmered dishes. In Chinese cuisine, they are often saut in vegetarian dishes such as Buddha's delight.
    One type of high-grade shiitake is called dongo in Japanese,literally "winter mushroom". Another high-grade of mushroom is  literally "flower mushroom", which has a flower-like cracking pattern on the mushroom's upper surface. Both of these are produced at lower temperatures.