Cloud ears, also called wood ears, are a dried black mushroom used in Chinese stir-fries. Golden needles, the dried buds of tiger lilies, are often simply called lily buds. Both products are available in Chinese markets.
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I can't find the dried lily buds. My Asian market didn't seem to know what it was. They did have dried lily flower, would that work?
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