Cooks & Co Dried Mixed Forest Mushrooms 500 g
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- Source: packed in france - grown in far east asia.
- With a mixture of full flavoured mushrooms this product adds an extra dimension to many a meat, fish and vegetable dish.
- Easy to rehydrate they are simple to use
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Mixed Forest Mushrooms
Dried Mixed Mushrooms: Boletus luteus, Auricula judae, Boletus edulis, Pleurotus ostreatus.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
Porcini = good
Oyster = good
Slippery jack = medium to low quality
Jelly ear = low quality.
After putting a hand full of dried mushrooms into a soup it smelled and tasted great BUT the Jelly ear mushroom should not even be in this, it is a tasteless crunchy lump which is rather unenjoyable to consume, to top it off it has been used to bolster the weight and volume of the package to the tune of 1/3rd.
I ended up removing them from the tub and disposed of them.
The other mushrooms contained as a package are just about worth the asking price fortunately.
I use a lot of dried mushrooms. I particularly appreciate them when I run out or forget to buy fresh ones, and when cooking with the microwave they are indispensable. They soak up the liquid from steamed vegetables and the juices from chicken and meats so no spillage from hot liquids and getting scalded when opening bags, as well as all that added flavour.
Add to that dried onions, garlic flakes, split peas, and dried vegetables for soup mixes and you can produce meals crammed with flavour in the microwave in half an hour and often less.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good quality and quantity of dried wild mushrooms, my only disappointment is that it is a small selection , only three varieties and not the tastiest wild mushrooms, no boletes,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by JAW
As with other dried foods I have bought, these are good value for use in soups and casseroles.Published 9 months ago by Margret