- — Non-GMO, Vegan, Kosher, Raw Powder
- — This food is very low in Cholesterol and Sodium
- — A good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin B6, and Folate
- — Rich in Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Copper and Selenium
Delicious, nutritious, and wonderful all around, that’s what Organic Shiitake Powder is. This product does not only provide you with a boost of fiber, protein, iron, and various vitamins. It also can help you turn even a regular omelet into a culinary wonder.
Food To Live Organic Shiitake Mushroom Powder is produced by drying and pulverizing mushrooms extremely fast at low temperatures. This way, the product preserves maximum nutrients and flavor.
While powdered shiitake mushrooms are considered a superfood, they are still but mushrooms and there is no “special” daily dose you should take. Usually, it’s recommended to eat 1-2 teaspoons a day to get the nutritional benefits of the product. You can start with this amount and monitor how your body reacts. Decide whether you want to eat more of the powder based on your personal reaction to it.
How to Eat Organic Shiitake Powder
Dried shiitake mushroom powder is extremely flavorful because she is a concentrate of the fresh shiitake taste. This means it’s meaty, smoky, and rich. As such, it goes extremely well as savory seasoning. In fact, it’s so good that you can serve it with anything savory, up to and including vegetable smoothies.
You definitely should try making the following dishes adding a few powdered shiitake mushrooms:
- Omelet or scrambled eggs
- Cooked vegetables
You can also mix it with breadcrumbs for a tasty crunchy crust or sprinkle on savory baked goods.
If you want to experiment, mix some powder with Greek yogurt and season some fresh salad.
Organic Shiitake Mushroom Powder Storage Guide
Dried shiitake mushroom powder will keep extremely well as long as you ensure it stays dry and keeps it away from sunlight and heat. Always squeeze all air from the package before resealing it. Note that you shouldn’t store it close to spices to avoid cross-contamination of flavors.