Dried Black Fungus (Shredded).
Black fungus (Auricularia polytricha) is an edible wild mushroom sometimes known as tree ear or cloud ear fungus, given its dark, ear-like shape.
While predominantly found in China, it also thrives in tropical climates like the Pacific Islands, Nigeria, Hawaii, and India. It grows on tree trunks and fallen logs in the wild but can be cultivated as well.
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Known for its jelly-like consistency and distinct chewiness, black fungus is a popular culinary ingredient across a range of Asian dishes. It has likewise been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years.
This article reviews the uses, nutrients, and benefits of black fungus, as well as any precautions you may need to take.
Use for stir-fry, soup, noodle soup.
Wash before cooking or,
Soak in warm water for 1 hour and ready to use.
Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid direct sunlight.
For Best Before End: See packaging.
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