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mai·ta·ke

 (mī-tä′kē, -kĕ)
n.
An edible polypore mushroom (Grifola frondosa) native to Japan and North America that produces large clusters of overlapping gray or brown fan-shaped caps, grows at the base of trees or in cultivation, and is prized in Japanese cuisine and used as a dietary supplement. Also called hen of the woods.

[Japanese, dancing mushroom (from the resemblance of the layered, frondlike caps to the long fluttering sleeves of traditional Japanese dancers) : mai-, stem of mau, to dance (from Old Japanese mahu) + take, mushroom (from Old Japanese).]
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And the roasted chicken gets a delectable treatment with maitake mushrooms, cauliflower and pine nut milk.
Maitake mushrooms had high levels of glutathione, for example, while chanterelles had the lowest amounts of both glutathione and ergothioneine.
A few different sauces garnish the plate: n intense mushroom vinaigrette made from caramelizing maitake mushrooms and beef vinegar; a stock made from vinegar rather than water, simmered, strained, and reduced; the buttermilk derived from the reduced leftovers of cultured butter.
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One of the outstanding courses for me in this seven-course dinner was the assemblage of maitake mushrooms, chanterelles, asparagus with a soubise of roasted onion, and a runny egg.
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Maitake mushrooms (Grifola frondosa), reishi mushrooms (Ganoderma lucidum) and shiitake mushrooms (Lentinula edodes) rev up the immune system to defend against a number of viruses.
Maitake mushrooms, also called 'hen of the woods,' are native to northern Japan.
This is an expanded version of a lecture presented at the International Society of Integrative Medicine meeting in Tokyo Japan on July 19, 2009, The lecture was partially supported by Maitake Mushrooms Inc.
Oyster [1] and maitake mushrooms [23] have been reported to exhibit serum lipid reducing effect in rats.
Solo Kuvibidila, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK " Extracts from White button, Shiitake, Portabella, and Maitake mushrooms increase intracellular alpha-defensins 1-3 concentration in HL60 cells" International Journal of Medicinal Mushroom Research Symposium, International Medicinal Mushroom Conference (IMMC5), September 2009.
A few green beans and a couple of maitake mushrooms on the plate were better.