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Buy Pholiota nameko Mushrooms

About the product

  • A popular cultivated mushroom in Japan, the Nameko grows on broadleaf hardwoods such as oak, beech and poplar, and can also grow on conifer wood. 

  • Fruits well on buried logs or sawdust/chips/bran. Enjoys cool temperatures.

  • Nameko is the most cultivated mushroom by volume in Japan, for a reason. 

  • It is considered a valuable medicinal mushroom with cancer fighting properties, and the traditional recipe for Miso soup is generously filled with chopped pieces. 

  • This tasty, nutty mushroom has a slippery cap, so most recipes call for incorporating the saute back into a sauce or soup so the texture is incorporated perfectly.

  • Nameko is a cold triggered mushroom that typically fruits in the fall months when the temperature drops below 50F for the first time, and flushes twice a few weeks apart. 

  • The best method for cultivation is logs bundled together on the ground and slightly submerged length-wise, covered with leaves.

  •  When these “rafts” fruit, they explode with hundreds of Nameko, wall to wall fruiting, so be prepared to use a pair of scissors to clip these off just above the logs into a basket and straight into the kitchen!

Common Name: Nameko Mushrooms

Scientific Name: Pholiota nameko

How to use this product: Culinary uses

Specifications: Mushrooms, Culture, Grain Spawn/Sawdust spawn

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