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JasonTrue

JasonTrue

They are certainly similar and probably a related species if not identical to what you're looking for; moki beoseot is, according to my cursory search based on the words on the packaging, tree ear mushroom, and it looks just like I'd expect wood ear mushrooms (or kikurage in Japanese) to look.

JasonTrue

JasonTrue

They are certainly similar and probably a related or identical species; moki beoseot is, according to my cursory search based on the words on the packaging, tree ear mushroom, and it looks just like I'd expect wood ear mushrooms (or kikurage in Japanese) to look.

JasonTrue

JasonTrue

They are certainly similar and probably a related or identical species; moki beoseot is, according to my cursory search based on the packaging words, tree ear mushroom, and it looks just like I'd expect wood ear mushrooms (or kikurage in Japanese) to look.

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