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Lion's Mane Mushrooms - 0.5 lbs

Lion's Mane Mushrooms - 0.5 lbs

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Lion’s Mane Mushrooms


Lion’s Mane mushrooms are spherical and elongated with a single, hidden base. The tough, fibrous base is covered in soft, overlapping, slender spines that dangle freely. Lion’s Mane is typically white but they can have a brown hue as well. 

All parts of this mushroom are edible. The stem can become a little more dense or woody as you get to the base. Slicing or chopping finer as you go will help give a more even texture while you cook. 

Lion’s Mane is making a name for itself in the health world. You don’t have to spend much time online to find all the great health benefits including cognitive function. You can get these health benefits through eating them, taking them as a tincture, powder supplement or any of the other ways they are sold. 


Lion’s Mane mushrooms are tender and chewy with a mild, sweet, seafood flavor reminiscent of scallops, lobster, or crab. Their meaty texture is often used as a substitute for meat and can be served as a replacement for seafood, lamb, and pork.

How to use the mushroom-

Lion’s Mane mushrooms are best suited for cooked applications such as baking, frying, roasting, and sautéing. They are also commonly sautéed and served in pasta, stir-fries, soups, surf and turf, burgers, and salads. This mild mushroom easily picks up the flavors of the accompanying ingredients and can be a part of both side and main dishes. 

Lion’s Mane mushrooms pair well with apples, ginger, garlic, shallots, onions, butter, chiles, paprika, thyme, parsley, rosemary, sage, saffron, white pepper, kohlrabi, spinach, leeks, lemon, carrots, potatoes, pine nuts, meats such as beef and poultry, cashews, dry white wine, pesto, and chicken stock.

Check out our recipe section for ideas. 


Our favorite way to store mushrooms is to chop them right away, store them in the fridge in a glass bowl with a wet paper towel on top. We’ve been able to use the mushrooms for 5-10 days. 

You can also keep them in the container you bought them in, in the fridge and they will last 3-7 days. 

The trick of long lasting mushrooms is letting them breathe while making sure they don’t dry out. 

They can be frozen either raw or in a sautéd or stir-fried state, as long as they are stored in an airtight container or a dedicated freezer bag.

Nutritional Facts- 

One cup of raw, sliced Lion’s Mane mushrooms (100g)

Calories: 35

Fat: 0 g

Carbohydrates: 7 g

Fiber: 4.4 g

Sugars: 2 g

Protein: 2.5 g


Calcium: 2.5 mg

Iron: 0.69 mg

Magnesium: 11.7 mg

Phosphorus: 94 mg

Potassium: 443 mg

Sodium: 0 mg

Zink: 0.74 mg

Copper: 0.177 mg

Manganese: 0.18 mg

Selenium: 1.8 µg

Vitamins and other Components- 

Thiamin: 0.146 mg

Riboflavin: 0.363 mg

Niacin: 1.63 mg

Vitamin B-6: 0.066 mg

Biotin: 16.9 µg

Folate, total: 30 µg

Vitamin D (D2 + D3) 0.8 µg

Amino Acids-

Ergothioneine: 17 mg

This nutrition information is provided by the USDA.

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