Auricular: The little finger (or Judas's ear) is a blackish or red mushroom (Auriculariales family - Botanical name: Auricularia auricula judae), cup-shaped then bell-shaped or “ear”, half gelatinous, half cartilaginous, which grow in groups on old tree trunks. Originally consumed, raw in salads, it is mainly found in Chinese noodle soups where it bears the name, in Chinese restaurants, of "black mushroom". It is also succulent ...
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