✔️USE IN LION’S MANE BRAIN BOOSTING TEA. To make lion’s mane tea, start with two cups of filtered boiling water. Place three grams of dried lion’s mane mushrooms to water and cook on a low heat. Allow mushrooms to simmer for 15 to 20 minutes and then remove from the water. Add one or two black tea bags (or 1 tbsp loose black tea), one tbsp ground cinnamon, one tbsp ground cardamom, one tbsp ground ginger (if you don’t have cardamom on hand, make using equal parts ground cinnamon and nutmeg). Steep 5-10 minutes. Add honey and lemon to taste. Strain and enjoy.
✔️USE IN COOKING. To make the most of lion’s mane’s naturally chewy texture, we recommend roasting the mushrooms.
Simple Lion’s Mane Vegan Jerky: With a serrated knife, cut 20g lion’s mane into small bitesize chunks and rehydrate in stock for 30 minutes. Remove from stock and coat the mushrooms in garlic, paprika and olive oil and roast in the oven for around 25-30 minutes at 190C. Lion’s mane jerky is great as a snack or as part of a salad.
✔️RICH IN PROTEIN AND FIBRE. Protein accounts for almost 30% of the weight of dried lion’s mane mushrooms, what’s more, studies have indicated that the fungal protein found within lion’s mane encourages the growth of beneficial gut bacteria. Lion’s mane is also high in fibre, with over 4g fibre per serving.
✔️SUITABLE FOR TINCTURES. Our dried lion’s mane can be used in tinctures.
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