Enoki’s have low calorie levels. They are a huge source of proteins and complex carbohydrates. They are virtually fat and sugar free.
Vitamins and Minerals
Mushrooms are generally high in B vitamins, and enokis are no exception. They’re especially rich in niacin, offering 23 percent of the recommended daily value per 1-cup serving of raw mushrooms. You’ll also get about 10 percent each of the daily values for thiamine, pantothenic acid, riboflavin and folate, according to the USDA. Although they’re lower in minerals, fresh enokis still provide about 7 percent each of the recommended daily values for potassium and phosphorus per serving, plus trace amounts of iron, copper, zinc and selenium.
The nutritional value of enoki mushrooms is further increased by their beneficial phytochemicals, including several potent antioxidant compounds. Dietary fiber also falls into this category - a cup of raw enokis provides nearly 2 grams, or 7 percent of the recommended daily value. Enokis contain substantial amounts of beta-glucan, a soluble fiber that’s particularly effective in reducing high cholesterol.
Instructions for use:
Cut the stem (about 1-2cm)
Wash your hands gently with diluted saline
Storage: In the refrigerator from 2 - 5 degrees C, use for 1 week.
Grown in HOC Farm - Lam Dong, Viet Nam.
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