Cooking: They can be add in soups, sauces, egg dishes, tarts, pasta, lasagna, pizza, stews, stuffed into dumplings, fried for tempura. They pair well with onions, shallot, garlic, ginger, potatoes, peas, green beans, eggplant, tofu, scallops, thyme, parsley, sherry, soy sauce, poultry, lemon and spaghetti.
Cooking: Best suited for stir-frying, braising, boiling or sauteing. Also can be use in soups, sauces, served over steak, in omelets, on pizza, served on toast and in salads. Yellow oyster well pair with poultry, seafood, steak, cilantro, thyme, parsley, rosemary, tarragon, garlic, onion, leeks, fennel, arugula, turnip, asparagus, bok choy, potatoes, lemon, brie, pine nuts, coconut milk, noodles, quinoa or barley.
Cooking: Best suited for sauteing, boiling, roasting or frying. Can be stir-fry with veggies, add to pasta dishes, on pizza, add to grain bowls, with eggs, in soups, stews or in risotto. Due to their meaty texture this mushrooms require thorough cooking, around 20 min. They well pair with coriander, parsley, mint, basil, garlic, ginger, onion, sesame oil, soy sauce, bell pepper, red cabbage, broccolini, baby corn, leeks, quinoa, noodles, rice and potatoes.
Cooking: Best suited for grilling, roasting, baking, sauteing and frying. They are commonly used in stir-fry, soup, stews, tempura, chopped into meatballs or meatloaf, mix into pasta, grilled and served on top of BBQ meats or make vegan scallops. They pair well with legumes, grains, poultry, fish, scallops, Asian greens, ginger, garlic, chives, thyme, chilis, rosemary, peppercorns, soy, vinegar, dry white wine, blue cheese, grapes and focaccia.
Cooking: Lion's mane is best enjoyed in its purest form, you don't want to disguise the flavor of this mushroom by cooking it in complex meal.
BENEFITS: Lion's Mane is a "functional mushroom". This classification refers to group of fungi used for medical purposes, including reishi, cordyceps and chaga. Lion's Mane, whether eaten as part of meal or use in tonic, could support brain function, memory and cognition. Healing neurons and myelin may be useful in treating: dementia, Alzheimer's, muscular dystrophy, senility, Parkinson's disease and other neurological condition, in everyday life, when consumed as a powder or part of tincture.
Cooking: Best suited for frying, sauteing, boiling, steaming and grilling. They can be use in stir-fry, miso soup, vegetarian dishes, stuffed, in omelets, in pasta, in variety of sauces or fried. They well pair with marjoram, thyme, cilantro, spinach, mustard greens, eggplant, broccoli, peas, ramps, carrots, bell pepper, baby corn, water chestnuts, potatoes, onion, garlic, ginger, poultry, pork, lamb, shrimp, rice, barley, pasta, soy sauce and dry red wine.
Cooking: Best suited for sauteing, braising, stewing, roasting as their raw flavor tends to be unpalatably strong. They can be incorporated into different cuisines including European and Asian, and they hold their shape well for use in soups, bisques, stews, omelets, noodle dishes, tempura, stir-fries, rice dishes, hot pot and sauces. Shimeji pair well with roast meat, wild game, poultry, seafood, white wine, soy sauces, rice wine vinegar, miso, ginger, garlic, shallots, lemon, duck fat, leek, tarragon and rosemary.