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The Beneficial Powers of Porcini Mushrooms: For Your Vitamin D

Delicious & Nutritious

By: Pam Smith, RDN

Dried porcini mushrooms bring rich and flavorful elements of umami - adding deep, woodsy, craveability to dishes. Porcini mushrooms have been shown to have potent anti-oxidant and antiinflammatory properties. Wild mushrooms like porcinis are used medicinally throughout Asia for their immune boosting power, perhaps due to mushrooms being the only produce item with natural vitamin D. They are an excellent source of phytochemicals, B vitamins, and many minerals, particularly selenium, copper, potassium, phosphorous, zinc, and manganese.

Use It:

Whether sprinkled on your food or used in a spice blend, Porcini mushroom powder will add a depth of flavor and umami boost that will increase cravability in every bite.

Porcini mushroom is a key ingredient in P.S. Flavor!™ Porcini Pepper.


Get your porcini mushroom in your meals with some of these nutritious & delicious P.S. Flavor!™ Club recipes:

Umami Gazpacho with Adobo Black Bean, Tomato, and Corn Salsa and Tiki Chiller

Porcini Pepper Crusted Steak with Creamy Horseradish Sauce and Roasted Baby Potato, Cherry Tomato, and Green Bean Salad

Porcini Pepper Asparagus, Tomato, and Cheddar Frittata with Chai Pear & Blackberry Crisp and Prosciutto Wrapped Strawberry Bites

Chili Lime Seared Pork Chops with Mango Red Pepper Chutney and “Crashed” Porcini Potatoes

Chili Lime Salmon with Porcini Pepper Polenta and Pan Seared Asparagus

Speedy Porcini Meatloaf with Cheesy Cauliflower and Adobo Green Beans

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