Hen Of The Woods - Also known as maitake -- which translates to "dancing mushrooms" in Japanese -- these delicate, flowery mushrooms are packed with flavor. They're rich, earthy and pretty dreamy. They grow at the base of trees, particularly oaks, and are used in Japanese and western cooking. They hold their shape well when cooked, so they're great for soups and stir-fries.
These satisfying sugar-free treats are so packed with dried cherries and rolled oats that they taste more like delicious granola bars. As an added bonus, you can whip them up in less than half an hour. From Shape Magazine,recipe of Tiffany Tse.
Marinated Mushroom Spread or Dip. Using: sunflower seeds, cremini/baby bella and fresh shiitake mushrooms, yellow onion, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, sesame oil, soy sauce, onion powder, garlic powder, chili powder, dried basil, maple syrup, Himalayan/sea salt, ground pepper, black and white sesame seeds, fresh basil leaves. You can have this with homemade bread, bread made from veggie pulp, or just toast, sandwiches, and such. http://divinehealthyfood.com/marinated-mushroom-spread/