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Dried White Snow Fungus

$9.00 (incl. GST)

Plant-based meat alternative.

A great vegan chewy alternative to meat and seafood for soup, stews and broth.

Nutritional Information
Servings per pack: approx. 5 per 100g
Serving Size: 20g
Average Quantities    Per 20g (dry) serving    Per 100g serving
Energy                         287kJ                              1422kJ
                                    68kcal                              340kcal
Protein                         2g                                     9.7g
Fat, total                      0.3g                                  1.3g
saturated                     0g                                     0g
Carbohydrate, total      14.2g                               71.1g
sugars                          0g                                    0g
Sodium                         6mg                                30mg
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A wild edible mushroom that is great for using in dishes to add a chewy texture with an earthy, comforting taste that adds a beautiful flavour.  Discover the natural goodness of Dried White Fungus,  a wholesome ingredient that elevates your culinary creations with its subtle yet delightful flavor and unique texture. White fungus, also known as snow fungus or silver ear fungus thrives on the bark and branches of trees. Our Dried White Fungus is sourced from the pristine forests of Fujian, China, where it is carefully harvested and sun-dried to preserve its inherent qualities.


This wild mushroom adds a delicate touch to your soups, enriching them with a mild, earthy taste and a satisfying, chewy texture. It’s the perfect addition to your kitchen, letting you create nourishing soups that will warm your heart and satisfy your taste buds.

How to use: Soak it in warm water until it becomes soft and pliable. Then, chop it into bite-sized pieces and add it to your favorite soups, broths, or stews. Whether you’re making a classic chicken soup, a comforting vegetarian broth, or experimenting with new flavors, Fungus White Dried (Fujian) will bring a subtle elegance to your dishes.

Interesting recipe links:

Dried White fungus dessert

Snow fungus egg rice bowl

Snow fungus chili garlic noodles 

Vegetarian Kare Kare


100% White fungus (Tremella Fuciformis), a wild edible mushroom


Keep in the pantry, away from sunlight and dampness. Once opened, store air-tight

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Besides being a kinder alternative to eating meat, Snow fungus, also known as white fungus or silver ear fungus, is a popular ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine and cuisine. While more research is needed to understand its potential health benefits fully, here are some possible health benefits from eating snow fungus:

  1. Rich in Nutrients: Snow fungus is low in calories and a good source of essential nutrients like dietary fiber, vitamins (particularly vitamin D and vitamin B complex), and minerals (such as iron, calcium, and magnesium).
  2. Immune Support: Some studies suggest that snow fungus contains compounds that may help support the immune system. Potentially increasing overall health and well-being.
  3. Skin Health: Snow fungus could have skin-boosting properties due to its high collagen content. Collagen is essential for maintaining skin elasticity and may promote a more youthful complexion.
  4. Aid in Respiratory Health: In traditional Chinese medicine, snow fungus is used to soothe coughs and respiratory issues. It is often included in remedies for dry coughs and lung health.
  5. Rich in Antioxidants: Snow fungus contains antioxidants, which can help combat oxidative stress and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. These antioxidants may contribute to its potential health benefits.
  6. Hydration: Snow fungus becomes gelatinous and can hold a significant amount of water when soaked and rehydrated. This property may help with hydration and maintaining optimal moisture levels in the body.
  7. Digestive Health: The dietary fiber in snow fungus may aid in digestion and promote a healthy gut. It could reduce constipation and support regular bowel movements.
  8. Blood Sugar Control: Some studies suggest that snow fungus may have a role in moderating blood sugar levels. More research is needed in this area.
  9. Cholesterol Management: Snow fungus have properties that could help manage cholesterol levels, which may reduce the risk of heart disease.

It’s important to note that while snow fungus offers potential health benefits, individual responses may vary. As with any dietary addition, it should be consumed as part of a balanced diet and in moderation. If you have specific health concerns or conditions, it’s advisable to consult with a medical professional before adding snow fungus into your diet or using it for medicinal purposes.


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Packaging and recycling

Packed in clear soft plastic pouch. Dispose of in soft plastic recycle bins.

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