Black Fungus (Bok Nee a.k.a Telinga Tikus)

Black Fungus (Bok Nee)
This is sometimes also fondly referred to as “wood ear”. It has a slippery and crunchy texture. This black fungus nourishes yin, counteracts high cholesterol, increases body fluids, and adds moisture to the lung. It’s perfect in stir fried vegetables and kerabu-s.


Telinga Tikus
Tekstur permukaan telinga tikus ialah licin dan rangup. Ia mengandungi yin, mengawal kolestrol, menambahkan kandungan air dalam badan dan kelembapan di dalam paru paru. Telinga tikus sesuai di makan bersama sayuran bergoreng dan kerabu.

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