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    Premium Dried Porcini Mushroom

    키노코 프리미엄 말린 포치니 버섯

    30g
    AED 32.55
  • New

    Premium Dried Morel Mushroom

    키노코 프리미엄 말린 모렐 버섯

    30g
    AED 149.10
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    Premium Dried Mixed Mushroom

    키노코 프리미엄 말린 모둠 버섯

    30g
    AED 18.90
  • KINOKO King oyster (eryngii) Mushroom (From South Korea)

    King oyster mushrooms are one of the tastiest mushroom species. They are often used as a meat substitute, and resemble the taste of a scallop when cooked with butter, thus they are amongst the favorite vegan choices. They pair well with teriyaki sauce and are tasty fried, grilled and baked. They are perfect for grill, stir-fry, tempura, BBQ and sauces

    400g
    AED 23.10
  • New

    Enoki Mushroom

    Enoki Mushroom

    100g
    AED 2.63

    Enoki Mushroom

    AED 2.63
  • New

    Snow White Mushroom

    Snow White Mushroom

    150g
    AED 4.20
  • New

    Sesongy, King Oyster Mushroom

    Sesongy, King Oyster Mushroom

    200g
    AED 5.25
  • Dried Shitake Mushroom (China)

    Shiitake mushrooms are one of the most popular mushrooms worldwide. They are prized for their rich, savory taste and diverse health benefits. Compounds in shiitakes may help fight cancer, boost immunity and support heart health.

    100g
    AED 8.40
  • White Shimeji Mushroom

    Shimeji mushrooms (シメジ) are a group of mushrooms native to East Asia and northern Europe. Characterized by their long stems and petite globular caps, there are over 2 species of shimeji mushrooms. The most common varieties enjoyed in Japanese cuisine includes hon-shimeji, buna-shimeji, bunapi-shimeji and enoki shimeji.

    150g
    AED 5.25
  • X.O. Dried Shitake Mushroom

    Shiitake mushrooms are one of the most popular mushrooms worldwide. They are prized for their rich, savory taste and diverse health benefits. Compounds in shiitakes may help fight cancer, boost immunity and support heart health.

    100g
    AED 14.70
  • Sesongy Eryngii, King Oyster Mushroom

    It has unique and meaty texture. Sesongy Eryngii you can enjoy them by sautéeing and serving with grilled meat but there are also many other ways to enjoy them. One of the most common ways to eat saesongi in Korea is thinly slicing and grilling them. Most Koreans do this when they have BBQ. How to store: Wrap them in a paper towel and keep in the refrigerator. They can be stored longer than other mushrooms but try to consume them as soon as possible. Saesongi can be frozen.

    400g
    AED 26.25
  • AED 23.10
  • Pengy Enoki Mushroom

    The cultivated form is a popular ingredient for soups, especially in the East Asian cuisine, but can be used for salads and other dishes. The mushroom has a crisp texture and can be refrigerated for approximately one week.

    150g
    AED 10.50
  • AED 210.00
  • Korean Nutari Oyster Mushroom

    Nutari has a midle taste,It’s great sautéed with other vegetables. Neutari contain a lot of water, so often it is first blanched then sautéed in Korean cuisine. Hpw to store: Because of the moisture content of this mushroom, it becomes very stringy and tasteless if you freeze and thaw—so don’t freeze them and keep them in refrigerator wrapped in paper towels. Neutari changes colors and starts losing its aroma and flavor very rapidly, so if you need to keep them for more than two days, blanch and then store in the refrigerator.

    200g
    AED 21.00
  • Dried Shitake Mushroom (China)

    Flavorful shiitake mushrooms are such a foundation of Asian cooking. They have an intense flavor. Where you can use shiitake mushrooms in soups, braises, and steamed dishes.Dried shiitake mushrooms can easily add deep savory flavor, umami, to dishes.

    AED 120.75
  • Brown Shimeji Mushroom 150g

    Shimeji mushrooms (シメジ) are a group of mushrooms native to East Asia and northern Europe. Characterized by their long stems and petite globular caps, there are over 2 species of shimeji mushrooms. The most common varieties enjoyed in Japanese cuisine includes hon-shimeji, buna-shimeji, bunapi-shimeji and enoki shimeji.

    150g
    AED 5.25

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