Simply Fresh Fruit supplies Shimeji Mushrooms to Melbournes leading restaurants. Shimeji mushrooms are the third most prevalent mushroom in Japan, after shitake and enoki. They are called “beech mushrooms” in light of the fact that they regularly become on fallen beech trees. These have a white base and split, spotted tan tops white are so beautiful. Shockingly, they have no fragrance! In any case their composition once cooked is smooth, crunchy. Shimeji mushrooms are rich and nutty. You must cook Shimeji mushrooms, don’t consume crude. Flawless to match with noodles!