*888EXCLUSIVE* JA Premium Matsutake Pine Mushroom (100g)


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Why matsutake is expensive?
For starters, suitable habitat for matsutake to grow is rare – they grow in the roots of red pine forests. These habitats have been shrinking in recent years, as they're under threat by an invasive worm. Plus, matsutake are extremely difficult to cultivate artificially.
What Do Matsutake Mushrooms Taste Like?
Matsutake mushrooms have an aroma similar to cinnamon and a unique flavor that is spicy, pungent, and piney because of the mushrooms' natural habitat. Chefs typically prepare matsutake mushrooms simply so as to accentuate their strong flavour.
Is Matsutake a truffle?
Matsutake mushrooms are known as the truffles of Japan, a pricey fellow fungus that resists cultivation, appears briefly in the cool months and inspires rapture among cooks and diners.
What is matsutake mushroom good for?
Matsutake mushrooms are a good source of B vitamins, protein, copper, potassium, zinc and selenium. All essential minerals to a healthy diet. Mushrooms are also a rich in dietary fiber and are low in both saturated and unsaturated fat. Dietary fiber helps stimulate digestion, relieving constipation problems.