White Wood Ear
White Wood Ear (Auricularia polytricha) have a translucent, brownish-gray flesh that is gelatinous but firm; it has no gills. White Wood Ear is a mushroom often found in cooking. It has very little taste but adds nourishment, texture, and enhance the flavor of foods. The name comes from the mushrooms flat and earlike shape. Wood Ear contains protein, iron, and vitamins.It has a very high nutritional value. Wood Ear helps prevent bleeding. Wood Ear is native to Asia and some Pacific Ocean islands.
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