Shiitake are edible mushrooms native to East Asia. They’re tan to dark brown, with caps that grow between 2 and 4 inches (5 and 10 cm). While typically eaten like vegetables, shiitake are fungi that grow naturally on decaying hardwood trees. You can find them fresh, dried, or in various dietary supplements. When you’re on the lookout for these mushrooms you’ll find two types to choose from: fresh and dried. Both dried and fresh shiitake mushrooms are used in stir-fries, soups, stews, and other dishes. Umami flavor can be described as savory or meaty. It’s often considered the fifth taste, alongside sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. Dried shiitake have an umami flavor that’s even more intense than when fresh. Shiitake are low in calories. They also offer good amounts of fiber, as well as D vitamins and some minerals. In addition, shiitake contain many of the same amino acids as meat. Shiitake mushrooms have two main uses: as food and as supplements.
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