Maitake mushroom - sporespot
Maitake” means dancing mushroom in Japanese. ... While this mushroom can be used in recipes for taste alone, it's considered to be a medicinal mushroom. The mushroom grows wild in parts of Japan, China, and North America. It grows at the bottom of Oak, Elm, and Maple trees.
Maitake mushrooms range in size from small to very large, averaging 3-15 pounds, but can grow up to 100 pounds. The fruiting body has an underground, inedible base that transitions into a single branched stem with many clustered caps that resemble leaf-like fronds or rosettes. Each cap is smooth, velvety, and soft with wavy edges, and their color varies from pure white, tan, to brown depending on how much sunlight they receive prior to harvest. Underneath the caps, there are many small grey pores that release spores into the air to propagate. When cooked, Maitake mushrooms are succulent, semi-firm, and chewy with a woodsy, earthy, and spicy flavor.
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