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    Oregon Mushrooms LLC, Mushrooms, Keno, OR


  
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Wild Mushrooms & Wild Produce:
Fresh Burgundy Truffles $25.00/oz. Season Almost Over
Fresh Alba Truffles $185.00/oz.
Fresh Black Trumpets $22.00/lb
SATURDAY DELIVERY FEE $20.00

Oregon Mushrooms has been sharing our passion for mushrooms with others via the Internet since our first eBay sale back in 1999. We started out smaller with a focus on high quality dried morel mushrooms, but soon customers began asking after the availability of other kinds of mushrooms.
As a result of this kind of demand, we’ve since expanded our inventory to offer a variety of dried and fresh mushrooms as well as unique mushroom-related specialty and gift items, such as black and white truffle oil and truffle cream as well as truffle sea salt.

Our fresh mushrooms are a seasonal affair and include annual hunts for porcini mushrooms, black trumpets, matsutakes, lobster mushrooms, chanterelle mushrooms, hedgehog mushrooms, and of course, morels. When they are out of season, we have dried mushrooms that we hand select and dry ourselves. Oregon Mushrooms is confident that you’ve never experienced mushrooms like ours before! Browse our site and return often for the new, unique and always edible! Our number one priority is great product, and we value every customer and try to give you the best customer service possible.

 

 

 

If you love mushrooms, Oregon is a virtual mycological paradise (for those of you who are new to mushrooms, mycology is the branch of botany that deals with fungi). In 2000, Oregon was even discovered to be home to the world’s largest living organism: an underground honey mushroom that is 2,400 years old and 3.5 miles across!

Ample rainfall – particularly in the western part of the state – and ancient forests have made Oregon one of the world’s leading regional producers of gourmet mushrooms. Because of Oregon’s natural diversity and our own contacts with mushroom cultivators worldwide, OregonMushrooms.com can offer our customers everything from button mushrooms to delicious shiitake mushrooms.

Welcome to our site. If you can’t find the mushrooms you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to call us! We will try our best to find them. Try these earthy delights!

 

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The King Trumpet mushroom has a firm and meaty texture, and a mild and elegant flavor. It is characterized by its thick stem, short gills, and tender flesh. King Trumpet is a tasty meat substitute and a good source of dietary fiber. Low in calories and cholesterol-free, King Trumpet is also a good source of antioxidants to help support a strong and healthy immune system. This mushroom variety has been proven to support healthy cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of fat accumulation in the liver.

To prepare, simply cut the ends off the stem, and enjoy sauteed, grilled or steamed. Use in meat, fish, and pasta dishes, and makes an excellent meat-replacement in your favorite recipes. Butter helps to bring out the King Trumpet’s exceptional flavor.

Other names for the King Trumpet include gourmet scallop, king oyster, French horn, and eryngii. Store in the bag they come in until you are ready to use them, the shelf life is 2 weeks.
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Price: $8.00 

 Small and medium porcini, caps and whole porcini mix. Due to the high water content in the cep, there is a layer of ice crystals over them when they freeze. This is not freezer burn.
 
The porcini is also known as boletus edulis, *Ontto txuri or "the blond", hřib pravy, cep, vargánya, vrganj, borowik szlachetny, baravykas, belyj grib "white mushroom" or borovik, dubák or hríb smrekový, jurček or jesenski goban, hrib or mânătarcă, manatarka, herkkutatti or "delicious bolete", harilik kivipuravik or "common bolete", Karljohan or stensopp, steinsopp, Karl Johan or spiselig rørhat, eekhoorntjesbrood, vrganj, Steinpilz. It is also known as khubz el a'a or "crow's bread".* The flavor of the porcini is excellent, and most people consider it superior in flavor and in texture. It is described as nutty and slightly meaty, with a smooth, creamy texture. Porcini are eaten and enjoyed sautéed with butter, barbequed, ground into pasta, in risotto, in soups, and in many other dishes
Price: $19.00 

Frozen Huckleberries are a great treat, these sweet, slightly tart berries resemble a blueberry, the flavor is incredible. 1 lb equals 1 1/2 -2 Cups of Frozen Huckleberries. Make shakes, pies, tarts, cobblers and more. Keep in the freezer.  Must be shipped Priority or Standard Overnight, even if other options come up.
 
Price: $11.50 

 

The Shimeji should always be cooked, it is not a good mushroom to serve raw. When raw this mushroom has a somewhat bitter taste; the bittereness disappears completely upon cooking. The cooked mushroom has a pleasant, firm, slightly crunchy texture and a delicious slightly nutty flavor. Cooking also makes this mushroom easier to digest. In stir-fried foods, as well as with wild game or seafood it is a good mushroom. Also it can be used in soups, stews and in sauces. When cooked alone, Shimeji mushrooms can be sautéed as a whole, including the stem or stalk (only the very end cut off), using a higher temperature or they can be slow roasted on a low temperature with a small amount of butter or cooking oil. Shimeji is used in soups, nabe and takikomi gohan.

 

 

 

Price: $7.00 

Mexican corn smut is called huitlacoche [witɬakotʃe], sometimes spelled cuitlacoche When this delicacy is cooked, it has a flavor described as mushroom-like, sweet, savory, woody, and earthy. Flavor compounds include sotolon and vanillin, as well as the sugar glucose.  Sometimes the farmers call the dish "el oro negro," or black gold it is usually used as a filling in quesadillas and other tortilla-based foods. There are approximately 4 cups per pound
 
 
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Price: $20.00 

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