Known as winter mushrooms or golden needles, these long, thin, delicate mushrooms grow all year round in wild clusters and were one of the first mushrooms studied for cancer prevention- making them as mystic as they are delicious!
These tall, tasty and proud mushrooms go great in soups and salads, and to keep their texture and enhance their lovely umami flavour they need to be cooked quickly, either flash fried, briefly pan roasted or bathed in the residual heat of stews or stir-fries.
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