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Dried Woodear Mushrooms

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Woodear mushrooms are thought to look like ears growing out of trees, hence the name. Often confused with the cloud ear, this mushroom is sometimes known as tree ear and black fungus. The woodear has a firm skin with a slightly crunchy texture and a mild, earthy flavor. Served often in Asian soups, woodear are frequently used to add interest & texture to stir-frys and in recipes for pork or other meats.

 

 

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Spicy Ramp & Cabbage Stir Fry
Ramps have a bold, distinctive flavor that sets them apart from other members of the onion family. Their powerful aroma and taste can hold their own in just about any dish, even in spicy preparations like this stir fry, inspired by traditional Korean home-cooking.

Gochujang is a savory, spicy Korean flavoring made of soybean paste and chili peppers. Tangy and slightly sweet, it is reminiscent of that familiar Asian condiment, miso, but with an extra kick of heat and full-bodied flavor.

This quick and easy stir fry literally takes only minutes to prepare. While it can be enjoyed on its own with a simple bowl of steamed rice, it also makes a excellent accompaniment to grilled meats (especially pork), poultry or seafood.
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Chef David's Miso Soup
Along with sushi and tempura, Miso soup is probably among the most widely known Japanese dishes in the world. In Japan, most people eat this nourishing soup at least once a day. The ingredients in miso soup, or Misoshiru, can vary according to the taste of the individual, but Japanese custom dictates that there be a variety of contrasting colors, flavors and textures: some ingredients should float and some should sink.

A Japanese chef friend once confided that the secret of his flavorful miso soup was in his blend of both white and red miso paste. The red miso, he said, gave it a little extra flavor.
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