Dehydrated Portabella Mushrooms

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The Agaricus bisporus or "Portabella Mushroom" is one of the most versatile mushrooms used in cooking. The Portabella is often used as a meat substitute because of its meaty texture and flavor. Sliced & dried. 1 & 4 ounce sizes.

Dehydrated Portabella Mushrooms - Sliced

  • Dried, sliced portabella mushrooms (Agricus bisporus)
  • 1 Oz. dried portabellas reconstitutes to approx 12 Oz.
  • Available in 1 Oz. or 4 Oz. bags
  • Long shelf life
  • All natural - Wild Cultivated
  • No chemicals or pesticides
  • Non-GMO & Gluten Free
  • Harvested in the USA

The Portabella Mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) is used far a wide as one of the most versatile cooking mushrooms. It has a very large cap that is often grilled and used as a steak or meat substitute in sandwiches and burgers. The Portabella has an almost meaty texture and flavor, which makes it a great substitute for meats in stews, salads, soups, sandwiches, and the like. The Agaricus bisporus is believed to possess antioxidants, and other elements thought to support the immune system.*

The portabella mushrooms has many common spelling variations including portabello and portobello. All spellings refer to the same edible, gourmet mushroom.

To Reconstitute Portabellas: Thoroughly rinse mushrooms and soak 8 ounces of liquid per 1 ounce mushrooms for 20 minutes. Rinse and use. To store reconstituted mushrooms, keep in an air-tight container in a dry, cool place.

More information: Wikipedia-Portabella

* These statements have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not meant to cure, treat or prevent any illness.

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