tasty tidbits from the old-fashioned Japanese Kitchen
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The vessels are sold at many Asian grocery stores, and are a charming addition to the table.
Although Matsutaké mushrooms are the most prized, any variety -- or better yet, a combination of several -- will produce a delicious broth. In Japan, the six varieties pictured below are readily available in the autumn. Seek out whatever seems best in your local markets. I offer you information and instruction on preparing the six varieties pictured here in a separate reference sheet.
KINOKO RUI 茸類
Shiméji & Éringi