|Mushrooms, including mushrooms proper and chanterelles, form a separate Kingdom, neither plant nor animal, within the world of living organisms. Around 65 thousand varieties have been distinguished, living in an extraordinary range of conditions. They are exceptionally diverse in form, size, coloration, structure, life cycles and in their importance both ecologically and in human society. Not only is there a wonderful array of mushrooms and mushrooms in nature, but they have the widest possible range of practical uses.
Chanterelles stored in brine:
a) uncooked, unsorted (from 1.5 cm to 6 cm),
b) uncooked, sorted (Grade 1 - to 1.5 cm, Grade 2 - to 3 cm)
c) precooked (by pouring over with boiling water), unsorted (from 1.5 cm to 6 cm),
d) precooked, sorted (Grade 1 - to 1.5 cm, Grade 2 - to 3 cm)