Mushrooms - Champiñones y Setas Meli
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  • Mushrooms have been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Both the mushroom and the button mushroom are composed of 80-90% water, being foods with low caloric contribution provide high biological value fibers, satiating us a lot.
  • They do not have gluten.
  • The therapeutic properties they possess are numerous. Good source of vegetable proteins, vitamins of group B and D and minerals.
  • They reinforce our immune system and regulate cholesterol levels. It is attributed anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, neuroprotective and anti-aging properties.
  • They provide benefits for the skin and hair.
  • They are ideal as an appetizer or as an accompaniment to the main course. Eating them with meats and fish results in a complete and nutritious meal.

Oyster mushroom (Pleorotus Ostreatus)

This mushroom is more recognizable by amateurs because it is sold on a regular basis in trays in supermarkets around the world. The sheets are oyster-shaped and are initially white, darkening when they mature. They have a very short foot, sometimes absent. Intense smell and mild and pleasant taste. Great culinary and medicinal properties. Ideal as a grilled starter or with sautéed vegetables, especially asparagus or garlic.

Among its most outstanding properties we find the great antioxidant, antibacterial, immunological and nutritional effect, since they contain significant levels of zinc, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin C, folic acid and vitamins B-1 and B-2.

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King oyster mushroom (Pleorotus Eryngii)

The thistle mushroom is one of the finest and tastiest mushrooms, suitable for all kinds of dishes. It is very combinable with both meat and fish, for its mild, pleasant and sweet taste, characteristic of this species. Grilled is very much used to be so tasty. Its color is brownish.

Nutritional values:

  • Calories 100 gr – 33.00
  • Humidity – 91,10
  • Fat – 0.90
  • Saturated fats – 0.70
  • Proteins – 3.80
  • Fiber – 1.00
  • Carbohydrates – 2.40
  • Sugars – 0.80

Poplar mushroom (Agrocybe Aegerita)

This type of mushrooms are easily distinguished by their characteristic appearance. The sheets are initially whitish and then darken and take on a dark ocher color. The foot is long and slender up to 15 cm in length whitish or brownish and can be differentiated well by being provided with a membranous ring. Its delicate texture makes it a delicacy for the palate.


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Enoki mushroom (Flammulina Velutipes)

Its thin and elongated shape and its size, make it perfect to add it to any soup, broth or stew, even to eat it raw in salads, which in that case have a very interesting crispy texture.

They are perfect for steaming but above all they are very suitable for sautéing with other vegetables cut in julienne and for salads and soups.

Shiitake mushroom (Lentinula Edodes)

Esta seta de cultivo procedente de Japón y China se considera como un elixir de vida desde hace más de 2000 años por sus propiedades medicinales. Su sabor es delicioso, algo anisado y ahumado. Su carne es muy consistente y su aroma es característico. Su consumo se ha visto incrementado debido a los numerosos beneficios que aporta a la salud humana, siendo utilizada cada vez más en la industria farmacéutica por sus grandes propiedades inmunológicas. Muy utilizada en revueltos con otras especies o acompañando guisos de carne, estofados o sopas. No se debe consumir crudo.

Shiitake mushroom (Lentinula Edodes)

This mushroom culture from Japan and China is considered an elixir of life for more than 2000 years for its medicinal properties. Its flavor is delicious, somewhat aniseed and smoked. Its flesh is very consistent and its aroma is characteristic. Its consumption has been increased due to the numerous benefits it brings to human health, being used increasingly in the pharmaceutical industry for its great immunological properties. Very used in scrambled with other species or accompanying stews of meat, stews or soups. You should not eat raw.