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shiitake mushroom

[‚shē·ē‚tä·kē ′məsh‚rüm]
(mycology)
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* For more instructions on growing shiitake mushrooms, visit www.centerforagroforestry.org/puhs/mushguide.pdf
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Autumn Harvest Soup This autumn soup is a nutritional powerhouse, featuring shiitake mushroom stock to help reduce blood cholesterol levels, and dark leafy greens, rich in calcium and legumes to regulate your blood sugar, support your thyroid and balance your hormones.
One particularly delightful harvest, available primarily from spring through fall, is the shiitake mushroom. This gorgeous, antioxidant-rich fungus is valued for its medicinal Benefits and characteristics-including its ability to Boost the immune system and lower cholesterol, and its anti-cancer properties--as well as its hearty, smoky taste, shiitakes are currently available at many local farmers' markets.
Shiitake mushroom is also known as golden mushroom, black mushroom, black forest mushroom and shiang-ku mushroom.
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Shiitake mushroom, considered a delicacy by many, were originally grown in China, Japan and Korea and for centuries they have continued to this interesting growth process.