Bamboo fungus, also called bamboo fungus, is an edible fungus. Together with monkey mushroom, white fungus, donkey's nest mushroom, morel, flower mushroom, day lily, and Yunxiangxin, it is also known as the eight treasures in the Manchu and Han banquets. . The shape of the bamboo fungus is very recognizable, and the overall texture has a mesh structure. The stipe is hollow and thick, and the mesh structure of the stipe is dense, similar to a sponge, and it is elastic after being soaked. The umbrella cover of the bamboo fungus is a sparse skirt net, which hangs down like a white gauze skirt. Therefore, the bamboo fungus is also known as the "Snow Skirt Fairy", "Flower of Mountain Treasures", "Flower of Fungi", "Flower of Fungi", "Queen of Fungi".
Bamboo pipes are delicious and crispy. When paired with other ingredients, they can enhance the flavor without overpowering the guests. They are a traditional side dish for many high-end banquets.
Bamboo fungus is rich in nutrients and has been scientifically certified by both Western and Chinese medicine. After testing and analysis, bamboo fungus is rich in polysaccharides, amino acids and other effective substances, which have anti-tumor, antioxidant, antibacterial, anti-thrombotic, blood-lipid-lowering and immune-regulating effects.
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that bamboo fungus has the effects of nourishing and strengthening, replenishing qi and brain, calming the mind and strengthening the body. It can also nourish qi and yin, moisten the lungs and relieve cough, clear away heat and remove dampness. Bamboo fungus has a strange soapy smell after being cooked. This is because something went wrong during the processing stage. This situation is very easy to solve. You only need to completely remove the caps and roots of the bamboo fungus. The processed bamboo fungus is fresh and crispy, with no strange smell at all, and can be eaten with any food without any worries.