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DJ&A Shitake Mushroom Crisps 3 x 150g $6.99 ($1.56/100g) Delivered @ Costco (Membership Required)

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DJ&A’s shitake mushroom crisps are a delicious mix of whole and cut shitake mushrooms, crunchy and ready to eat straight out of the bag. The brand use a superior cooking process called vacuum cooking, which uses less oil and cooks the mushrooms at a lower temperature to preserve the natural mushroom goodness and delicious taste. A 150g bag of DJ&A shitake mushroom crisps is made from about 420g of fresh mushrooms, making this snack naturally nutrient dense!

These crisps are also vegan, non-GMO, kosher and halal

(1 Bag for the similar price—around $6, when it was on sale at the store)

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  • +1 vote

    Merry culturely appropriate festival.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndcPtU6Imc0

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      Was going to post this :)

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        Ditto. Burned into my memory whenever I see these mushrooms mentioned.

  • +3 votes

    These aren't very good. I wouldn't recommend it.

    • +15 votes

      They are not bad at all (in my opinion).

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        I quite like it. The mushroom jerky is better tho imho

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      I didn't enjoy these either.

    • +3 votes

      Gotta love Ozbargain peeps these days. Down votes if they don't agree with something.

      I can understand why it's on sale because they taste very average at best. I don't know how they make it taste salty but at the same time tasteless with shitake mushrooms which are supposed to be very fragrant.

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        yeah i kind of agree that they taste average, i thought they were a bit salty but not bland, just sickening if you ate too many, they were ok but not good enough to buy more, plenty of good snacks out there

  • -3 votes

    Worth double checking the origin of mushroom products in Costco, all the ones I have looked at were from China.

    • +1 vote

      As opposed to how Coles and Woolworth imports them? or the manufacturer DJ&A decides ?

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      Local and imported. So take your best guess.

    • +3 votes

      Your life must be so hard trying to avoid all products from China.

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    These are ok but love their crispy broccoli florets, though doesn’t look like costco stocks them

    • +2 votes

      Costco do stock them, instore only

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        Wait really? I've never seen the broccoli ones at my costco before, only the mushrooms :(

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          The moorabin store has the asparagus and the broccoli, purchased last weekend

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    tried them once, tasted like chicken salt.

    • +5 votes

      Is that a bad thing?

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        Lol my thoughts exactly

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    Was going to post earlier, but note source: imported ingredients and Aus (probably just the salt).

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      … So, that's bad?

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        Can be; not just China, e.g. see use of chemicals in India and developing countries. Why risk it when for e.g. you can buy affordable fresh Aus shiitake mushrooms ($5.50 for 300g at my grocers).

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    Failed to place order.

  • +2 votes

    They are as hard as stones , you may need a trip to the dentist after a packet.

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    Anyone got a recipe to make dried mushrooms, I am keen to try using Aldi mushrooms to make crisps.

    • +1 vote

      I make them in a dehydrater every now and then. Use dried shiitake slices from the Asian supermarkets, marinade in a mix of tamari / maple / liquid smoke / Vegeta (msg and salt) / pepper / a bit of sesame oil / water, dehydrate for half a day and they don't last long since they are so morish.

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        That sounds good mate, will give a try, I was thinking about Aldi's mushroom, they are tasty fresh,

  • -2 votes

    I don't recommend this. You can get 150g for 9.99 or sth

    • +4 votes

      And you dont recommend 3x150g for 6.99 :?

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        …and that's the dehydrated weight.

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    "Sorry, there is insufficient stock for your cart."

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    They are ok but prefer their Veggie Crisps Mixed Vegetables

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    This is great price as Coles has them for $5 each. They are ok snacks for a change but the mushroom jerky is way better if you can get them. It is the next level.

  • -1 vote

    The quasi-MSG in these gives me palpitations.

    • -1 vote

      Why?