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Dried Chanterelle Mushrooms (2 oz)

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Dried Chanterelle Mushrooms (2 oz)

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Size:2 Ounce

Excellent quality, picked and dried the same day. These are a fruity mushroom that has a scent of apricots when fresh. They have a rich buttery flavor with a meat like texture, they are slightly chewy. Avoid using chanterelles with ingredients that have strong flavors, such as garlic or spices.. They are great to use for gravy, sauces or pizza toppings. You can reconstitute dried chanterelles by soaking them in warm water for 1 hour, they are best in dishes that cook for long periods in liquid, such as stews, soups and sauces due to their chewy texture. Product of USA and Serbia. Certified Organic

Dried Chanterelle Mushrooms (2 oz)

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