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Freeze Dried Mushroom

Freeze Dried Mushroom

1000 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • Product Type Dried Mushroom
  • Cultivation Type Organic
  • Grade A
  • Taste Normal
  • Weight As per requirement Kilograms (kg)
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Freeze Dried Mushroom Price And Quantity

  • 1000 INR/Kilograms
  • 50 Kilograms

Freeze Dried Mushroom Product Specifications

  • As per requirement Kilograms (kg)
  • Organic
  • A
  • Normal
  • Dried Mushroom

Freeze Dried Mushroom Trade Information

  • 400 Kilograms Per Day
  • 1 Days
  • All India

Product Description

Mushrooms that have undergone the specific preservation procedure known as freeze-drying or lyophilization are known as freeze-dried mushrooms. The mushrooms' structure, texture, flavor, and nutritional value are all preserved as moisture is taken out of them using this technique.

The first step in the freeze-drying procedure is to rapidly freeze the mushrooms. The frozen mushrooms are next put in a vacuum chamber, which lowers the atmospheric pressure. The frozen water inside the mushrooms can move directly from a solid state (ice) to a gaseous state (water vapor) without going through the liquid phase because of the pressure drop. Sublimation is the name of this process.

The frozen water molecules are transformed into vapor during sublimation, which removes the majority of the moisture from the mushrooms. Because the vacuum atmosphere lowers the boiling point of water and speeds up moisture evaporation, sublimation is made easier.

As the freeze-drying procedure includes meticulously controlled temperature and pressure fluctuations, it normally takes several hours to complete. In the end, the mushrooms are light and dry while retaining their original form, color, perfume, and flavor. The porous and brittle structure of the freeze-dried mushrooms makes them easily crumble or dissolve when rehydrated.

The longer shelf life of freeze-dried mushrooms is one of its key benefits. The elimination of moisture stops microbial development, enzymatic reactions, and nutrient deterioration, allowing the mushrooms to be kept for a long time without going bad. In addition to being much lighter than fresh or dehydrated mushrooms, freeze-dried mushrooms are also much easier to transport and store.

Mushrooms that have been frozen-dried can be rehydrated by soaking them in water or another liquid. They are appropriate for use in a variety of culinary applications since they quickly absorb moisture and restore their original texture. Mushrooms that have been rehydrated after being freeze-dried can be added to sauces, stir-fries, pasta meals, soups, and more.

The texture of freeze-dried mushrooms may differ slightly from fresh mushrooms, despite the fact that they preserve the majority of their flavor and nutritional value. However, freeze-dried mushrooms are a preferred option for both home cooks and food manufacturers because of their practicality, long shelf life, and simplicity of rehydration. 




1. Why are mushrooms freeze-dried?

Ans- Mushrooms that have been dehydrated and have had the majority of their moisture removed without being cooked are called freeze-dried mushrooms. By doing so, the mushroom's natural water content is removed, extending their shelf life. Mushrooms that have been freeze-dried are more nutrient-dense and have a longer shelf life than fresh mushrooms. They can be reconstituted and used as fresh mushrooms or as a flavouring in meals. 

2. How are freeze-dried mushrooms used?

Ans - You can season dishes with freeze-dried mushrooms or reconstitute them to use as fresh mushrooms. Simply put the freeze-dried mushrooms in a cup or bowl and add hot water to cover them to rehydrate them. Before using, give the mushrooms around 20 minutes to sit. Then, they can be included in recipes like soups, sauces, stir-fries, and others. 

3. What are the advantages of freeze-dried mushrooms in terms of nutrition?

Ans - Freeze-dried mushrooms have a longer shelf life than fresh mushrooms and preserve the majority of their nutritional value. Protein, fibre, iron, and other vital vitamins and minerals can all be found in them. They also include vital phytonutrients like antioxidants. 

4. Are freeze-dried mushrooms healthy to consume?

Ans - Yes, eating freeze-dried mushrooms is safe. As with any food product, though, be cautious to get them from a reliable retailer. 

5. Are there any risks to your health from eating freeze-dried mushrooms?

Ans - Consuming freeze-dried mushrooms is not known to pose any health hazards. However, it is crucial to make sure that the mushrooms are bought from a reputable source and stored correctly, as with any food products. 

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