The shiitake mushroom has been farmed by the Japanese for over 600 years. The delicious shiitake mushroom grows on cut oak logs. Its convex, cinnamon brown, thick fleshy caps make a wonderful meat substitute for vegetarians. The meaty flesh of the shiitake has a full-bodied, distinctively woodsy flavor. Originally from Japan and Korea, this versatile fungus is suitable for almost any cooking method.
Product of China