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An edible Japanese mushroom, growing in clusters, with slender stems and small caps.
- ‘Trim woody stem ends from 3 ounces of enoki mushrooms.’
- ‘The base of the soup is a simple combination of oriental flavours; enoki mushrooms, spring onions and spring greens.’
- ‘The hot-and-sour soup is as inexpensive as it is invigorating, with wispy enoki mushrooms setting it apart from everyday versions.’
- ‘Arrange pork belly, crab and enoki mushrooms and garnish with membrillo.’
- ‘For the enoki mushrooms: Separate the mushrooms into eight small bundles.’
1980s: from Japanese enoki-take, from enoki nettle tree + take mushroom.
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