nameko


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Synonyms for nameko

one of the most important fungi cultivated in Japan

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We saw the best effects in shiitake and nameko mushrooms, while we also tested reishi mushrooms, which are not edible but are used in certain types of traditional Chinese medicine," he said.
American art experts see huge potential for artists such as Sayumi Yokouchi, Hiroshi Kan, Kaoru Arima, Yoko Akiyama as well as the manga artists Shinsan Nameko, Shintaro Kago and Kan Takahama, all young and new to the US.
You can add tiny nameko mushrooms ($6) or meats (beef, chicken, with or without curry flavoring, $6 to $7), also bean curd, egg, seaweed, mountain vegetables, grated yam, shrimp or vegetable tempura.
Campbell will also introduce a new variety, Beef and Nameko Mushroom, and new larger sizes of its concentrated broth products to better match the way Russian families prepare soup.
Mayura sirloin was rolled and stuffed with nameko mushrooms while ribeye was presented nigiri sushistyle, draped over a matchbox of rice.
Hello Kitty recently paired with the mobile game property Nameko Saibai and with New Japan Pro-Wrestling, to name just two examples.
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