Extra natural mushrooms, 305 g jar (Pleurotus Ostreatus)
What do we find in this product?
Edible mushrooms or mushrooms include many types of mushrooms or mushrooms that are collected, cultivated and others that are not easily cultivated (such as truffles and matsutake ), and that are highly valued in gastronomy .
Among the most common mushrooms are:
- Wild mushroom (Agaricus campester) The wild mushroom is one of the best known and most harvested edible mushrooms in Spain.
- Oronja (Amanita Caesarea)
- Edible boletus (Boletus Edulis)
- Níscalo (Lactarius Deliciosus)
- Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius)
- Black Truffle (Tuber Melanosporum)
El Navarrico, passion and essence since 1960
Since our origins, in which Amalia and José personally and handcrafted products from the fields of San Adrián, the company's vision has been to bring the field to the consumer with the least possible intervention, respecting the rhythms of nature, and with the better systems for preserving the quality of our crops.
Today, the new generations of El Navarrico maintain the same spirit of that enterprising couple who know their land, and we have grown without ceasing to be rural artisans, our true vocation.
- A Family Dedicated to the Field: Throughout 3 generations in which the industry has evolved so rapidly, we pride ourselves on preserving our identity.
- We Innovate Respecting The Past: We believe in technology, but used in a rational way, with the sole objective of improving production and distribution processes.
- Minimum Intervention In The Product: Our purpose is that you can enjoy the authentic flavor of the Navarra garden at your table, that the final product is as close to the original as possible.
Properties of Mushrooms
- They provide insoluble fiber: Indeed, lignin is one of the main ingredients in mushrooms, with 2.5 grams per 100 grams, where most of it is water.
- They have a high satiating power: precisely this ability of lignin to retain water and swell in the stomach, increases the feeling of a full stomach after eating mushrooms and makes us not want to eat so much, that we are more frugal and thus control caloric intake preventing obesity.
- They contain antioxidant elements: A 2007 study published in the Journal of Nutrition highlighted the role of the amino acid ergotein, present in mushroom protein, as a powerful antioxidant with a strong presence in wild mushrooms, although not so much in industrial ones. The study also highlighted that this role gave it an interesting preventive role against different types of tumors.
- They have a low caloric value: their highest percentage is water and they barely add 4 grams per 100 of carbohydrates. Their caloric power is 25 Kcal, which makes them a perfect accompaniment to all kinds of dishes or even alone.
- They provide essential vitamins and minerals: According to the Spanish Heart Foundation, which recommends them as a key element in the fight against cardiovascular diseases , mushrooms are rich in iron, phosphorus, iodine, magnesium, selenium, calcium, potassium, zinc, in addition to vitamin A and vitamins of group B (specifically B1, B2, B3), as well as C and vitamin D that self-synthesizes with sunlight, just like humans.
- They can provide essential amino acids: Being an intermediate evolutionary pathway between plants and animals, their protein is closer to that of the latter, ours, and therefore is considered of higher biological value, since in some genera such as This is the case of Pleurotus sp (that of the oyster mushroom), all the essential amino acids can be found, according to a study.
Mushrooms, water, salt and acidifier: citric acid