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Golden ear mushrooms (Tremella aurantia) | Edible & medicinal mushrooms | Biobritte mushroom supplier

Golden ear mushrooms (Tremella aurantia) | Edible & medicinal mushrooms | Biobritte mushroom supplier

Golden ear mushrooms (Tremella aurantia) 

Tremella aurantia is a species of fungus in the family Tremellaceae. 

The common name of this species is the golden ear.

T. aurantia is similar in appearance to witch's butter, Tremella mesenterica, but has basidia which are stalked instead of sessile and parasitize the mycelium of Stereum hirsutum instead of Peniophora.

The golden ear mushrooms are edible mushrooms.

Golden Ear mushrooms must be cooked before consumption and are best suited for applications such as boiling and sautéing. 

They are commonly added to soups, curries, and stews for color, texture, and added nutrition.

The bright yellow fruiting body is up to 10 cm in width. The spores are pale yellow.

The species is edible but without flavor.

Golden ear mushrooms (Tremella aurantia)

Similar species include Tremella foliacea, Calocera cornea, C. viscosa, Dacrymyces capitatus, D. palmatus, and D. stillatus.

Golden Ear mushrooms are a good source of potassium, iron, and calcium. 

They are also a source of trace elements such as manganese, a beneficial antioxidant that has a role in the production of collagen to help prevent and repair wrinkles.

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