Shimeji Gardening


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Hypsizygus tessellatus or shimeji is an edible mushroom native to East Asia. There are two types of shimeji, one is Buna-shimeji (Brown Beech Mushroom, Beech Mushroom, Brown Clamshell Mushroom) and the other is Bunapi-shimeji (White Beech Mushroom, White Clamshell Mushroom) which was selected from Buna-shimeji.

Shimeji should be eaten cooked as raw mushroom has a bitter taste. Cooked shimeji is delicious and has a pleasant, firm, and slightly crunchy texture, and a slight nutty flavor. It is often used in soups, stews and sauces.


Buna-shimeji (Beech mushroom)
Buna-shimeji (Beech mushroom)
Author: Eric Steinert (Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic)

Bunapi-shimeji
Bunapi-shimeji
Author: frankenstoen (Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic)

Buna-shimeji
Buna-shimeji
Author: Apple2000 (Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0-unported)








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