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Porcini

Porcinis are highly regarded in many cuisines as a prized ingredient based on their taste and versatility.

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Porcini Mushroom

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Boletus edulis
Also known as penny bun, porcino or cep, the porcini mushroom has a large brown cap with tubes that extend downward from the underside of the cap rather than gills.

Porcini Mushroom Flavor
With a nutty and slightly meaty flavor and smooth, creamy texture, porcinis have a distinctive aroma reminiscent of sourdough.

Porcini Mushroom Uses
Porcinis are highly regarded in many cuisines as a prized ingredient based on their taste and versatility. Young, small porcini are most appreciated by gourmets and are enjoyed raw, sautéed with butter, ground into pasta, in soups, and in many other dishes.

 

Packaging Availability

Dried: Retail Pack

Tills/Weight
8/.5 oz. Dried Porcini
10/.5 oz. Dried Porcini
6/1 oz. Dried Porcini
8/1 oz. Dried Porcini
8/.5 oz. Dried Blend: Oyster, Shitake, Bolete, Porcini, Black Trumpet
10/.5 oz. Dried Blend: Oyster, Shitake, Bolete, Porcini, Black Trumpet
6/1 oz. Dried Blend: Oyster, Shitake, Bolete, Porcini, Black Trumpet
8/1 oz. Dried Blend: Oyster, Shitake, Bolete, Porcini, Black Trumpet
 

Dried: Bulk

Case Weight
1 lb. Dried #1 Porcini A Grade (Cepes)
1 lb. Dried Blend: Shitake, Woodear, Porcini, Oyster, Chanterelle
 
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