Deliver 19~20 May. (Pre-order) Roe deer butt mushroom 노루궁뎅이버섯(Noru-gung-deng-i) - approx. 1kg
The 'Hericium erinaceus' is a huge fuzzy mushroom that can be found throughout the temperate Northern Hemisphere, from Britain to Japan. Its Latin name resembles a hedgehog, which explains its German and French names. But the mushroom was named after the ruler of the animal kingdom, the lion, in English and Spanish, and hence it's name Lion's mane mushroom. In Korean, the word Noru-gung-deng-i, 노루궁뎅이 is used to describe it resembling the butt of a roe deer.
Noru-gung-deng-i has a subtle, almost sweet flavour. Many people assume it tastes like crab, lobster, or scallops. They may be used in the same way as any other mushroom!
If properly kept and cared for, Noru-gung-deng-i mushrooms may survive up to a week, and they aren't very fussy. Simply keep them away from water—if at all possible, don't wash them until you're ready to eat them—and store them in your fridge away from direct cold airflow.
For all pre-order items and fresh produce like fruits and fresh mushrooms, we regret that there is no refund, cancellation or return once orders are placed to our supplier on Mondays when pre-order closed. If you do insist on a cancellation, then a surcharge of 70% of the order value will be imposed.
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Bought these mushrooms to try and they have a very nice unique taste! Would definitely get them again
Mushrooms are very high quality and fragrant!