Qing Tou Jun, Russula Virescens, Green-cracking Russula
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Common Name: Green-cracking Russula
Chinese Name: Qing Tou Jun 青头菌
Latin Name: Russula Virescens
Other Name: Quilted Green Russula, Green Brittlegill, 变绿红菇、青冈菌、绿豆菌, 绿菇
Origin: Yunnan, Guangxi, Hunan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Russula virescens is a basidiomycete mushroom of the genus Russula, and is commonly known as the green-cracking russula, the quilted green russula, or the green brittlegill. It can be recognized by its distinctive pale green cap that measures up to 15 cm (6 in) in diameter, the surface of which is covered with darker green angular patches. It has crowded white gills, and a firm, white stipe that is up to 8 cm (3 in) tall and 4 cm (1.6 in) thick. Considered to be one of the best edible mushrooms of the genus Russula, it is especially popular in Spain and China. With a taste that is described variously as mild, nutty, fruity, or sweet, it is cooked by grilling, frying, sautéeing, or eaten raw. Mushrooms are rich in carbohydrates and proteins, with a low fat content.
Russula virescens is an edible mushroom considered to be one of the best of the genus Russula, and is popular in Europe, particularly in Spain.The mushroom is often sold as a dried product in Asia, and in China, it can be found in roadside markets. Its smell is not distinctive, but its taste has been described as mild, nutty, fruity, or even sweet. Old specimens may smell of herrings. Drying the mushrooms enhances the nutty flavor.
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