Beoseot is the Korean word for "Mushroom". There are so many varieties of mushrooms available in Korea, however, the most commonly used mushrooms in Korean cuisine are the the following: 1. Mogi (wood ear mushrooms) (very dark and thin, used mostly in Chinese and Korean cuisine) Neutari, laskagomba oyster mushrooms Paengi, enoki gomba enoki mushrooms Songi, matsutake gomba fragrant pine mushrooms Ssari, ssaribeoseot, korall gomba coral mushroom, clavaire The caps are said to taste like chicken and the stems like abalone Yangsongi, csiperke gomba Button Mushroom, Champignon de Paris

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