Shiitake Mushroom Log
The coveted shiitake mushroom has been revered by the Japanese as a delicacy & medicinally as the elixir-of life. Used as a popular source of protein, shiitake mushrooms are higher in protein than soy beans, milk, eggs & even meat while low in fat. There are multiple health benefits in eating the shiitake mushroom, which can assist in boosting the body’s immune system to fight off infection. In addition, shiitake mushrooms are effective in lowering cholesterol & high blood pressure, while improving circulation. The shiitake mushroom includes all essential amino acids. Chocked full of vitamins, A, B, B12, C, D & Niacin is essential for healthy living while tasting so good at the same time.
Additional Health Benefits
The shiitake mushroom is also known to carry Lentinan, a powerful anti-tumour fighting derivative. Eating the shiitake mushroom can aid in fighting lung cancer, stomach cancer, colorectal cancer & may lower the risk of breast cancer. The Lentinan helps to lessen the recurrence of cancer & can be effective in combating side effects of chemotherapy also.
A perfect addition for many vegetarian meals & / or serve with meat, chicken or fish. Serve by itself, or in a salad. Add shiitake mushrooms to stir-fry by adding red & green peppers, tomatoes, onions, lemon juice & garlic with olive oil in a pan. Add salt & pepper & serve with pita or rice pilaf.
Or add stir-fry dish with chicken or beef. Mushrooms can be served on the side with grilled salmon.
To add in soups, dried shiitake can be soaked in hot water & the liquid can be used for a bullion for the soup.
Try adding shiitake mushrooms in risotto or penne with a cream brandy sauce.
How to Grown Your Own Mushrooms
Boxed kit comes with all natural, organic read to grow hardwood logs
Simply soak our Oak Grow-Log, place either indoors in adequate light & room temperature or place outdoors in shade.
The first crop will sprout in approx. 10 days.
Approx. 11” tall & last up to 5 years.
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