October 2nd, 2011 by admin
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April 11th, 2011 by admin
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The maitake mushroom is a an interesting looking fungi. I recently went into the snowy mountains of Japan to visit the company that first discovered how to grow Maitake mushrooms indoors.
I took a few pictures:
Holding a living Maitake Mushroom, still growing on the substrate block
In this photo I am about to harvest this Maitake mushroom, which is bigger than my head.
The white part is the mycelium (roots) of the mushroom totally grown over a trade secret mix of wood chips, sawdust and other food-stuffs that are devoured by Maitake mycelium.
This was really fun for me because I have tried to grow Maitake mushrooms myself in a similar manner. But they alwasy just turned into something looking like a small brain. And never grew to their full mature size.
The worker gave me some plastic gloves and informed me (in Japanese) to grab underneath the mushroom and gently rock it back and forth while pulling up. I could feel a tearing of tissue sensation and then the whole thing popped up.
This nex photo is the AFTER shot:
I just picked this massive Maitake mushroom and I'm so proud of my new baby (the mushroom)
Here you can see that it is removed from the block.
I bought this one for about $10 and took it home. We were eating Maitake recipes for the next three days.
Guaranteed we got our beta glucan optimal doses on those days
Any other mushroom geeks out there can probably guess how fun an event this was for me.
And for non-geeks, the flavor was delicious!
October 19th, 2010 by admin
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|Dr. Maitake says “Make sure you get your dialy dose of Maitake Beta Glucans!”
As a man, whose wife has been surviving stage 3B lung cancer for 5 years and has been taking Maitake extracts the whole time, I may be a bit biased about this fantastic mushroom.
And “biased” is probably an understatement. I friggin’ LOVE Maitake mushrooms.
First of all, the are delicious. I live in Japan, so I can buy a bunch of fresh Maitake at the local grocery store for about $1 or $2. Ask your local grocer to stock them.
Here are a few cooking ideas:
- Put them in miso soup
- Stir fry them with other veggies.
- Chop em’ up and stuff them into gyoza.
- Add them to your stew or soup. (the maitake beta glucans are hot water soluable, so the soup will be a real immune booster)
- Mix them into your hamburger mix.
- Steam them and eat them straight
No matter how you prepare them, they are always yummy.
An important thing to keep in mind is, you should heat or cook them some way. The heat helps to break the mushroom cell walls (made of a hard substance called chitin). Once the cell walls are ruptured by heat, you will be better to digest and absorb all the goodness inside.
A point about digestion. Maitake (Grifola frondosa) contain a lot of dietary fiber. So you don’t actually digest all of it 100%. And as you probably know, dietary fiber is great to clean the pipes.
Another component of Maitake that is not digested is the immune modulating “1-6-, 1-3 beta glucans”.
These are the components that have recieved international scientific research from Japan to America. And continue to be used in human clinical trials in America by large research centers.
Phase 1 and 2 clinical trials have already been published. And now phase 3 clinical trials are underway. That is great news for all of us who want to know the correct dose to take for the best support. And to prove the physical and cellular effects of this patented extract on the human body.
I could blab on and on about Maitake Mushroom.
But it’s probably better if you just go HERE and learn more about authentic patented Maitake extracts.
See you there.
May 21st, 2010 by admin
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1. Why Maitake Mushroom is getting popular around the globe as a delicious food.
2. What are the active ingredients and compounds from the maitake mushroom.
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