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  • noun Plural form of matsutake.

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Examples

  • Most of us know when to expect fresh asparagus — and the site does include growing seasons for all the common fruits and vegetables — but for lingonberries, watercress, matsutakes, even sea cucumbers and sanddabs, it was the only place most of us had to turn.

    Peanuts, Post-Recall

  • Most of us know when to expect fresh asparagus — and the site does include growing seasons for all the common fruits and vegetables — but for lingonberries, watercress, matsutakes, even sea cucumbers and sanddabs, it was the only place most of us had to turn.

    New Season for Seasonal Cornucopia

  • Most of us know when to expect fresh asparagus — and the site does include growing seasons for all the common fruits and vegetables — but for lingonberries, watercress, matsutakes, even sea cucumbers and sanddabs, it was the only place most of us had to turn.

    New Season for Seasonal Cornucopia

  • Most of us know when to expect fresh asparagus — and the site does include growing seasons for all the common fruits and vegetables — but for lingonberries, watercress, matsutakes, even sea cucumbers and sanddabs, it was the only place most of us had to turn.

    Peanuts, Post-Recall

  • A number of mushrooms have been used in traditional medicines, and there is scientific evidence that some of the unusual cell-wall carbohydrates in shiitakes, matsutakes, and the interestingly crunchy-gelatinous ear mushrooms contain substances that inhibit tumor growth.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • With a few exceptions chanterelles, oysters, matsutakes, drying intensifies mushroom flavor by a combination of heightened enzyme activities and browning reactions between amino acids and sugars.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • A number of mushrooms have been used in traditional medicines, and there is scientific evidence that some of the unusual cell-wall carbohydrates in shiitakes, matsutakes, and the interestingly crunchy-gelatinous ear mushrooms contain substances that inhibit tumor growth.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • With a few exceptions chanterelles, oysters, matsutakes, drying intensifies mushroom flavor by a combination of heightened enzyme activities and browning reactions between amino acids and sugars.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • I started with a special ($20) of wood-roasted wild mushrooms (including matsutakes, porcini) with gremolata (chopped parsley and garlic with lemon) that was exceptional in the purity and depth of its flavors.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Sometimes they find chanterelles or matsutakes for eating.

    The Seattle Times

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