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Chanterelle, Dried 25 g

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The yellow chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) is a delicious mushroom belonging to the chanterelle family.

The chanterelle is one of the best edible mushrooms and is fried at its best.

On average, 20% of the dry weight of mushrooms is protein, which is significantly more than in most vegetables. Like other fungi, chanterelles contain vitamins B and C, but chanterelle also contains the precursor of vitamin A, carotene. The vitamin D content of chanterelles is a considerable 12.8 µg / 100 g. Chanterelles are also high in fiber

250 g of fresh mushrooms have been used in one 25 gram bag. Feel Vivid's chanterelles are Finnish origin and grown wild.

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Instructions for use: You can use the chanterelle in many ways in cooking.

NUTRITIONAL VALUE / 100g

Energy: 1600 kj / 382 kcal

Fat 6.7 g

-of which saturated: 0.8 g

Carbohydrates: 61 g

-of which sugars: 3.8 g

Protein: 18 g

Salt: 0.02 g

Ingredients: Finnish Chanterelle (cantharellus cibarius)

Pack size: 25 g

Country of origin: Finland

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Chanterelle, Dried 25 g

The yellow chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) is a delicious mushroom belonging to the chanterelle family.

The chanterelle is one of the best edible mushrooms and is fried at its best.

On average, 20% of the dry weight of mushrooms is protein, which is significantly more than in most vegetables. Like other fungi, chanterelles contain vitamins B and C, but chanterelle also contains the precursor of vitamin A, carotene. The vitamin D content of chanterelles is a considerable 12.8 µg / 100 g. Chanterelles are also high in fiber

250 g of fresh mushrooms have been used in one 25 gram bag. Feel Vivid's chanterelles are Finnish origin and grown wild.

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