• Koreaanse radijs

Korean radish

2022-08-02T11:39:33+02:00

Korean radish is crunchy, juicy and sweet. The taste is similar to that of daikon. Korean radishes are generally short and firm, with a light green-yellow tint halfway up the top. They are often diced and pickled or made into a twist on traditional kimchi.

Korean radish2022-08-02T11:39:33+02:00
  • Ginseng

Ginseng

2022-08-02T11:47:07+02:00

Ginseng has been known in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries for its health benefits and medicinal properties. Ginseng is a precious root. Cultivation requires a lot of expertise and patience. Ginseng only grows on a certain type of humus-rich soil and must be grown in the shade.

Ginseng2022-08-02T11:47:07+02:00
  • Shimeji

Shimeji brown & white

2021-03-23T16:00:41+01:00

Shimeji is also called beech fungus or bunch fungus. Shimeji is available in white and brown. The brown and white mushroom are similar in taste, but have a slightly different structure. This is because the white variety was grown in the dark.

Shimeji brown & white2021-03-23T16:00:41+01:00
  • King Oyster

King Oyster

2021-03-23T16:05:09+01:00

The King Oyster mushroom is also known as “Eryngii” and is the largest of all oyster mushrooms. The stem of this mushroom is, unlike many other mushrooms,  fleshy and tasty. There is also a mini version of the King Oyster that is just as tasty, but slightly smaller.

King Oyster2021-03-23T16:05:09+01:00

Portobello mushroom

2021-04-01T07:29:17+02:00

The portobello is a delicious, large chestnut button mushroom. The portobello has a diameter up to 12 centimetres! Due to its size, the portobello is very suitable for stuffing. Stuff this giant mushroom with egg, beans or nuts. Gratin with some cheese. A great meat substitute!

Portobello mushroom2021-04-01T07:29:17+02:00
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