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Is pholiota nameko vegan?

Pholiota nameko is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pholiota nameko?

Pholiota nameko is a small, delicate mushroom native to Japan, but now commonly cultivated around the world. With a distinctively nutty and earthy flavor, this mushroom is a popular ingredient in many dishes, including soups, stir-fries, and salads. Its small size and tender texture make it perfect for adding to rice dishes or as a garnish for sushi rolls. In addition to its culinary uses, Pholiota nameko has been found to have medicinal properties, including immune-boosting effects and potential anti-cancer properties. Overall, this versatile and flavorful mushroom is a must-try for any adventurous food lover.

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