Bunashimeji mushrooms, widely popular in Japan, earned their name "beech mushrooms" due to their frequent growth on fallen beech trees.
These mushrooms possess a delightful nutty and buttery flavor, accompanied by a firm and crunchy texture. Growing in clusters, they produce tender caps. Our Brown Beech mushrooms have been specially developed to be less bitter compared to traditional Bunashimeji varieties. However, for the best experience, those accustomed to western tastes may prefer the brown beech mushrooms after they have been cooked, as this process mellows the flavor. Explore the versatility of this specialty mushroom by trying it baked, steamed, or sautéed in olive oil.
Rest assured that our Brown Beech mushrooms are Certified Organic and ready to eat. To maintain their freshness, simply leave them in the bag until you're ready to cook. In your refrigerator, they will remain fresh for 2-3 weeks. Each bag typically weighs around 4 ounces, and please note that the weight mentioned on the bag represents the minimum weight, and you will receive exactly what you paid for, often even a bit more.
To ensure safety and optimal taste, always cook these mushrooms before consuming. Avoid consuming them raw.
In summary, the Bunashimeji mushrooms, also known as beech mushrooms, are a delectable choice with a distinct flavor profile. They are certified organic, easy to prepare, and best enjoyed when cooked to perfection.