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Freeze-Dried Mushroom Powder
Freeze-Dried Mushroom Powder
Freeze-Dried Mushroom Powder
Freeze-Dried Mushroom Powder
Freeze-Dried Mushroom Powder
Freeze-Dried Mushroom Powder
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Freeze-Dried Mushroom Powder

  • -R -79.95
  • Regular price R 79.95

    Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Raw

    Fresh Equivalent

    • 15g = 160g
    • 60g = 640g
    • 120g = 1.3kg


    Rich in Vit B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, Vit H, Vit C
    Rich in Antioxidants
    Packed with fibre, vitamins and minerals
    Non-animal source of Vit D

    Health Benefits

    Helps protect the HEART
    Good for RED BLOOD CELLS
    Assists in the DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
    Contains CANCER-FIGHTING properties
    Boosts the IMMUNE SYSTEM
    Assists in regulating BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS
    May assist in boosting MEMORY
    Assists in STRENGTHENING bones
    Good source of FOLATE for pregnancy
    Fights AGEING

    Culinary Uses

    Add to  Soups | Curries |Stews | Pasta Sauces |Stirfries
    Sneak in Bakes | Quiches
    Add to risottos | Homemade pasta
    Add to Omelettes | Scrambled Eggs | Savoury Muffins | Sandwiches
    Blend into Dips | Cream Cheese | Hummus
    Dust on Popcorn | Salads
    Make Mushroom Sauce

    Health Benefits for Your Skin and Hair

    Powerful ANTI-AGEING ingredient
    Improves ACNE, ROSACEA and ECZEMA
    HYDRATES skin by mimicking the action of HYALURONIC ACID
    Promotes HEALTHY HAIR by delivering vital nutrients to hair follicles
    COMBATS HAIR LOSS and slows down GREYING

    Cosmetic uses

    Face masks | Moisturiser
    Topically used for ACNE lesions

    Fun Facts

    Mushrooms are made up of 90% water
    Mushrooms is known as the “meat” in the vegetable world
    Mushrooms are neither vegetable, nor fruit. They are a type of fungi
    Mushroom is the only vegetarian food that can make Vitamin D.



    Mushroom Risotto (2 servings)

    4 cups chicken or vegetable broth
    1 tablespoon  olive oil
    50g of freeze-dried onions
    1 tbsp of butter
    1 clove of garlic
    Thyme leaves and chopped parsley
    1 pouch of freeze-dried mushrooms
    Pinch of salt and pepper
    1 cup of Risotto/Arborio rice
    1/4 cup of white wine
    1/2 cup of freshly grated Parmesan
    Chopped fresh parsley for garnishing

    In a medium saucepan over medium heat, bring chicken broth to a simmer. Reduce to low heat. In a large pot heat oil and add onions. Cook, stirring often, until translucent for about 5 minutes. Add 1 tablespoon butter, garlic, mushrooms, bay leaf and thyme. Cook until the mushrooms have softened then season with salt and pepper. Remove mixture from the pot.

    Melt remaining tablespoon butter in the pot and add the Arborio rice while stirring quickly. Cook until the grains are well-coated and smell slightly toasty. Add the wine and cook until the wine has mostly absorbed. With a ladle, add about 1 cup hot broth. Continue stirring until the rice has mostly absorbed liquid. Add remaining broth about 1 ladle at a time, continuing to allow the rice to absorb liquid fully before adding more. Stir often and cook until the risotto is al dente and creamy, not mushy. (You might not need all the broth.) Add the mushroom mixture back into the rice. Stir in Parmesan and peas then garnish with parsley. Serve warm.


    The topical application of mushroom helps in reducing inflammation and attacks acne, eczema and rosacea

    Squeeze as much of your normal, day-to-day moisturiser in the palm of your hand and add a teaspoon of mushroom powder. Apply to the desired areas and leave overnight. Gentle remove with warm water.