The Longdan Black Fungus is an edible wild mushroom, often called a cloud ear fungus given its dark, ear-like shape. These dried mushrooms are low in calories and fats, but like other mushrooms, are high protein and fiber as well as mineral and vitamins.
The Black Fungus grows on trees in mountainous regions, and as such can be andis used in many Asain cuisines, particularly in Chinese recipes. Incorporating these into your diet and meals, such as stir-fry can help prevent the formation of cancer and the development of dementia.
Ingredient List: Black Fungus Mushroom (Black Wood Ear) (100%)
Nutrition per 100g:
Energy: 290.0 kcal
Fat: 0.99g; of which saturated: 0.2g
Carbohydrate: 75.2g; of which sugar: 2.21g
Allergy Advice: None
Features: Suitable for Vegan
Origin: Product of Vietnam
Storage: Keep in dry, cool place and avoid direct sunlight
Storage type: Ambient
Preparation and usage: Soak in water (25°C) until pliable (about 15 minutes), drain and rise with cool water then use as ingredient in vermicelli, noodle, salad or soup.