Enochi Mushroom

enochi mushroom
The Enochi Mushroom is a great addition to our mushroom selection. The scientific name is flammulina velutipes as has a few different names like enokitake and is often seen in grocery stores and used a lot in asian cuisine. It grows on certain aspens, cottonwoods and other poplars of North America. A interesting enochi fact is in 1993, cultures were taken on the Space Shuttle to see how they dealt with low gravity environments. This mushroom type grows on several continents but is best known in Asia and its wide use in culinary dishes. This mushroom loves to fruit in cold weather and makes it great for winter growing in the Midwest United States. It is particularly growing in old elm trees and is usually come across during morel hunting season. It is often referred to as the "winter mushroom" and is even found in the snowy seasons of February.
 
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It is a good idea for all our customers to compare our quality before deciding whether ours is a good value for the money.  There are many subjective factors that make the difference between high quality and poorer quality dried mushrooms, such as the amount of broken material, chips, and dust present in the product, color and discoloration of product, insect damage to wild mushrooms (it is normal with some varieties of wild-harvested mushrooms to see some insect damage that occurred while the mushroom was still alive, but it should be quite limited), amount of tough and inedible stem present on certain mushrooms (especially Shiitake), and other factors as well.  This is where our experience comes into play and keeping a close watch on all these factors.

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