In Chinese cooking, both fresh and dried (rehydrated) tea tree mushrooms are used in various dishes, including stir-fry, soup, stew, and hot pot. Since the stems are quite tough, the mushrooms are usually either boiled and then stir-fried, or braised. Tea tree mushrooms have a very intense flavor that is almost as strong as shiitake, but more delicate. It adds a very nice flavor to stews and soups, as well as the classic braised chicken and mushrooms.
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Store in a cool and dry place, avoid direct sunlight, refrigerate for longer shelf life