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    Oregon Mushrooms LLC, Mushrooms, Keno, OR


  
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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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Price: $40.00 

Ingredients: Butter, Alimentary Protein Extract, Summer Black Truffles (Tuber Aestivum Vitt) 6% Use within 90 days of defrosting. Keep Frozen and use what you need.

Made by Urbani, Recommended uses: this butter is an original blend of intense and rich flavors. Use on toast (white, brown, whole meal, as you wish). For canapé or as a pasta sauce, or even while cooking meats.

This item is Perishable and needs to be shipped Fed Ex overnight.
Price: $20.00 

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The ramp, sometimes called wild leek, is a wild onion native to North America. Though the bulb resembles that of a scallion, the beautiful flat, broad leaves set it apart. The flavor and odor of ramps is usually compared to a combination of onions and garlic, and the garlic odor is particularly strong. Strong enough, in fact, that even ramp-lovers will advise caution. If you sit down to a big meal of ramps, don't be surprised if people continue to keep their distance after a few days have passed!  RECIPE and here is great cookbook with recipes for Ramps. It is called Ramps The Cookbook

Cautions aside, ramps add wonderful and uniquely pungent flavor to soups, egg dishes, casseroles, rice dishes and potato dishes. Use them raw or cooked in any recipe calling for scallions or leeks, or cook them in a more traditional way, scrambled with eggs or fried with potatoes. Since ramps aren't cultivated in the way leeks are, they're much easier to clean. Just cut off roots, rinse thoroughly, and scrub off any excess dirt on the bulbs.
 
After cleaning (if needed) chop them up and use them. You do not need to defrost them.
Price: $11.00 

Prices are in 2 oz. increments which is about 2 inches tall and 1.5 inches in diameter.
This fresh wasabi is grown in the U.S.A. and our chefs love it.
(Japanese: わさび,ワサビ , 山葵; Wasabia japonica, Cochlearia wasabi, or Eutrema japonica) is a member of the Brassicaceae family, which includes cabbages, horseradish and mustard. Known as "Japanese horseradish", its root is used as a spice and has an extremely strong flavor. Its hotness is more akin to that of a hot mustard than the capsaicin in a chili pepper, producing vapors that stimulate the nasal passages more than the tongue.
 
Wasabi is often served with sushi or sashimi, usually accompanied with soy sauce. The two are sometimes mixed to form a single dipping sauce known as Wasabi-joyu. Legumes(or peas) may be roasted or fried, then coated with a wasabi-like mixture; that can be eaten as a snack.

Wasabi is often grated with a metal oroshigane, but some prefer to use a more traditional tool made of dried sharkskin (鮫皮) with fine skin on one side and coarse skin on the other. A hand-made grater with irregular teeth can also be used. If a shark-skin grater is unavailable, ceramic is usually preferred.

.This is real wasabi, not horseradish! Grown in Oregon, allnatural, no pesticides or chemicals. This is a non GMO product. Once yougrate wasabi, it loses alot of flavor after about 30 minutes, so don'tgrate it until you are ready to eat it.
If it starts turning color on the outside, just scrape that off. Wasabican be kept for a week or more. Store in a moist paper towel, keepmoistening the paper towels. Store in an open bowl so they get aircirculation. DO NOT STORE IN A PLASTIC BAG!

 
Price: $25.00 

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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