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Agricus Blazei Murrill Mushrooms
Dried Whole Agricus Blazei Murrill. Also known as: ABM mushroom

Also Known by the names of: Agaricus blazei Murill, subrufescens, mushroom of the Sun, Life and God, Himematsutake, princess matsutake, Almond mushroom, Cogumelo de Sol, da Vida, de Deus, Agaricus subrufescens, A. subrufescens, dried agricus blazei murrill, dried agricus blazei, whole agricus blazei murrill, dried whole agricus blazei murrill, whole agricus blazei murrill mushrooms, whole agricus blazei murrill mushroom, and across the web as ABM mushrooms
 (subrufescens) is an edible, medicinal mushroom with characteristic, somewhat sweet taste and the fragrance of almonds, that has traditionally been used against a wide range of diseases. There are a lot of health benefits to the Agricus Blazei. You can make your own extract or tea out of these mushrooms. We send a sheet explaining how to make both. You don't have to worry about any fillers or additives by making your own, you can control the strength as well. It is much more cost effective to make your own than to buy extracts. Most extracts have other additives in them, and all they are is the dried version of the extract you can make your self, or make your own tincture.
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Alaea- Course
Alaea Sea Salt is a traditional Hawaiian table salt used to season and preserve. A natural mineral called "Alaea" (volcanic baked red clay) is added to enrich the salt with iron oxide. This natural additive is what gives the salt its distinctive pink color. The clay imparts a subtle flavor that is said to be mellower than regular sea salt. Uses: It is the traditional and authentic seasoning for native Hawaiian dishes such as Kalua Pig, Poke and Hawaiian Jerky. Also good on prime rib and pork loin.
Attractive Plastic Jar with convenient shaker/pour lid
9.5 oz.
 
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Price: $12.00
Avocado Oil
Price: $13.00
Bag
  • Pack this reusable tote when you’re on your way to the store or farm market.
  • The shopping tote stays stable when you’re bagging your order with its covered cardboard bottom insert.
  • Front pocket offers convenient access to lists, coupons and keys.
  • 85gsm non-woven polypropylene grocery bag
  • Huge 10" side and bottom gussets offer extra space for a large order.
  • Dual reinforced 20" handles also offer peace-of-mind when carrying that large order home.
  • Size: 15" x 13" x 10".
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Balsamic Cream White Truffle

Balsamic Cream From Modena Infused with Fruits of the Forest, 8.5 fl oz, By La Rustichella

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Price: $12.00
Balsamic Cream with Black Truffle

Balsamic Cream From Modena Infused with Black Truffle. 8.5 fl oz, by La Rustichella

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Balsamic Vinegar Infused with Citrus
The desire to find out ever-new has produced the fruity sweet and sour line, products that combine the precious characteristics of the balsamic with the versatility of the flavors got from fruit. This is Balsamico Agli Agrumi (Balsamic Vinegar with Citrus) 3.40 fl oz. 100 ml
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Price: $13.00
Balsamic Vinegar Infused with Fig
Price: $20.00
Balsamic Vinegar Infused with Lemon
The desire to find out ever-new has produced the fruity sweet and sour line, products that combine the precious characteristics of the balsamic with the versitality of the flavours got from fruit. This is Balsamico Al Limone (Balsamic Vinegar with Lemon) 3.40 fl oz. 100 ml
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Price: $15.00
Balsamic Vinegar Infused with Pomegranate
The desire to find out ever-new has produced the fruity sweet and sour line, products that combine the precious characteristics of the balsamic with the versitality of the flavours got from fruit. This is Balsamico Al Melograno (Balsamic Vinegar with Pomegranate)  3.40 fl oz. 100 ml
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Balsamic Vinegar of Modena Infused with White Truffle
Vinegar of Modena Infused with White Truffles. 8 oz  Imported from Italy.

Use truffle vinegar in sauces, on salads, parmigiano risotto, with seared foie gras, on fish, eggs and all types of meat; remember this versatile product is not limited to the common applications of vinegar.

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Price: $30.00
Bianco Olive Oil 8 oz
Bianco Olive Oil from Urbani, Ingredients: Olive Oil, White Truffle Aroma (Tuber Magnatum Pico) 8 oz
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Black Olive Tapenade
This is a simple, versatile tapenade. It is best on warm focaccia or toasted slices of baguette, spread in a very thin layer. It is also terrific on sandwiches. Spread it on the inside of the bread before you make a grilled cheese (best w/cheddar) or a fresh mozzarella and tomato sandwich. It's also a good dip for baby carrots or just about anything else. Use leftover tapenade as a sauce on pasta, as well. It's very rich and flavorful. This recipe keeps well and is a favorite at parties. 6.4 oz
 
Ingredients: Black Olives, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Garlic, Anchovies, Parsley, Salt, Natural Preservatives, Lactic Acid
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Black Truffle Honey
140 grams or 5 ounces.
This Truffle Honey is made of Honey, Tuber Aestivum Vitt, known as the summer black truffle, black truffle aroma. The honey has truffles inside of it, not just infused with the aroma.
 
Great uses are on buttered toast, or for dessert, thickened with ricotta cheese. You can also drizzle over a ripe cheese like gorgonzola, brie or other creamy cheeses. Try on Ice Cream for a different, yet delicious change.  This makes an excellent glaze for ham! 
Imported from Italy, by La Rustichella
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Black Truffle Pate' 10 ounces
10 ounces
 
The ingredients of this divine pate are: Champignons, sunflower oil, truffle (tuber Aestivum Vitt) salt, pepper, citric acid, antioxidant: ascorbic acid, black truffle aroma
Uses: spread on toast points, add to pasta dishes, beef dishes, rice, eggs and many other uses. Imported from Italy, La Rustichella.
 

UPC SKU 8027304030023
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Black Truffle Sundried Tomato Cream
90g or 3.17 oz
Sundried Tomatoes, Sunflower Oil, Truffle (Tuber Aestivum Vit- Black Winter Truffles), Salt, Pepper, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Black Truffle Aroma.
 Uses: spread on toast points, add to pasta dishes, beef dishes, rice, eggs and many other uses. Imported from Italy, La Rustichella.
SKU UPC: 8027304010285
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Price: $14.75
Bolivian Rose Fine
8 oz. Bolivian Rose salt is hand harvested from the Andes Mountain range in Bolivia. Ancient sea salt deposits were covered with volcanic lava creating this high mineral salt and protecting it from pollution. The light rose & orange color of Bolivian Rose makes it gorgeous when presented in a clear salt shaker or mill.
 
The picture shows Coarse, you are purchasing FINE salt
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Price: $14.99
Bolivian Rose- Fine

8 oz. Bolivian Rose salt is hand harvested from the Andes Mountain range in Bolivia. Ancient sea salt deposits were covered with volcanic lava creating this high mineral salt and protecting it from pollution. The light rose & orange color of Bolivian Rose makes it gorgeous when presented in a clear salt shaker or mill.

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Chipotle Salt
Chipotle Salt combines the earthy spiciness of smoked chipotle peppers with the crisp taste of all-natural sea salt. 3.5 oz Flip Top Container. Chipotle salt combines the earthy spiciness of smoked chipotle peppers with the crisp taste of all natural sea salt.
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Classic Fish Stock
Fumet de Poisson Gold 1.5 oz: A 30 time reduction of perfet Fish Fumet. Made from the pones and trimmings of a variety of white fish with white wine and aromatics. It is delicately simmered to the point of a fumet, then reduced all the way down to a glace. Its clear yellow color and lovely aroma are outstanding as a braising or poaching liquid, in addition to its primary use in sauces. Used full strength, Fumet de Poisson Gold adds just the right touch to classical sauces giving them a complexity not duplicated with simple stock.
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Price: $9.00
Demi-Glace de Veau Gold
Demi Glace De Veau Gold (Classic Veal Demi-Glace) offers a refreshing change from the standard Escoffier recipe and is ideal for today's modern contemporary kitchen. It has a more sweet veal taste, with hints of meat and mushroom, than our classic Demi-Glace Gold's complex traditional taste and flavor profile. Now you can choose the profile that fits your cooking style.
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Price: $9.00
Essence de Champignon Gold
1.5 oz (Classic Mushroom Essence) Our special Essence de Champignon Gold can be used as a light-bodied sauce or stock to add deep, rich, elegant flavors to soups, stews, risottos, and pastas. Alternatively, it can be used full strength to add a beautiful mushroom aroma and flavor to most any finished sauce.
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Price: $9.00
Glace de Veau Gold
(Classic Reduced Veal and Beef Stock) Classic Glace de Veau Gold is a variation of our Glace de Viande Gold. This version offers a slightly sweeter flavor that some home gourmets prefer. This classic French brown stock, reduced to a glace, is perfect for all your fine sauces or to enhance the flavor of a variety of stocks or sauteed/roasted items. Its rich, deep flavor and translucent color provide the perfect addition to dozens of recipes. No longer do you need to shortcut by reducing your brown stock in the saucepan, but can instead rely on the flexibility of our pure French classic reduction with its tremendous flavors.
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Price: $9.50
Graisse de Canard Gold
1.5 oz Classic Rendered Duck Fat- Soon to become a permanent staple in your kitchens, Graisse de Canard Gold is a classic rendered duck fat that is perfect for confits and general sautes. Its high flash point and lower cholesterol make it more versatile than simple butter or other cooking fats. 
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Price: $8.00
Glace d'Agneau Gold
1.5 oz (Classic Roasted Lamb Stock) Our beautiful new lamb stock is a 20-time reduction to a rich, pure-flavored glace, prepared with a special blend of Madeira wine and spices to enhance the natural flavors and juices found in your favorite lamb dishes. Used full strength, it's perfect for wonderfully smooth sauces or can be reconstituted back to stocks for soups, stews and braises.
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Price: $9.00
Classic Seafood Stock
1.5 oz Glace de Fruits de Mer Gold: This classic Seafood/Fish stock, reduced to a glace, is a premium blend of the finest "fruits of the sea," lobster, crab and fish. Imagine a perfect, natural lobster reduction to a glace, typically prepared painstakingly by hand only in the finest gourmet restaurants in Europe. Now, you'll be able to depend upon this same, consistent, highly-reduced seafood glace to add tremendous, sweet flavors to your sauces, stocks and soups. You will enjoy the beautiful red hue that of course is achieved naturally, with no added coloring.
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Dlace de Gibler Gold
Classic Venison Stock carefully reduced with red wine, aromatics and a hint of juniper give the perfect flavor profile for all of your game dishes. Our venison is domestically grown and thus never has the overwhelming musky game aroma found in many wild game stocks. We reduce our sweet game stock 20 times to a glace so it can be used full strength in sauces or reconstituted back to a stock for soups, stews and braises. 1.5 ounces
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Demi-Glace Gold
(Classic French Demi Glace) Made in the old world tradition of Escoffier from brown stock and sauce espagnole. Demi-Glace Gold is reduced four times from the classic and allows you to make elegant finished french sauces quickly and easily. Our low heat cooking techniques and 30 hour reduction process give the product a beautiful shine, flavor and texture, which make finished sauces that are glossy to the eye and decided in taste.


Use on part to four parts hot water to make a classic demi-glace sauce. Bring to a gentle simmer and whisk until completely dissolved. Makes approximately 1 cup of classic demi-glace.
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Price: $9.00
Domestic Porcini Lovers Set Economy
In this set, you will receive:
1-4 oz container of 100% Porcini Powder
1-4 oz bag of dried domestic porcini
1-8.4 oz bottle of Porcini Oil

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Price: $47.00
Sugar Pine Cones
These pine cones were harvested in our beautiful woods of Klamath County. No preservatives, no pesticides. There may be some small critters in them, we do our best to get them all out, but since they were harvested in nature, we do not treat the cones with anything, unlike other companies that bleach their cones, or bake them to kill the pests (that makes them dried out and brittle) we prefer to not ruin the cones using these methods.
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Dried Black Trumpet Mushrooms
Black Trumpet Mushrooms are also known as Horn of Plenty (Craterellus cornucopioides).  The season is from late summer to late autumn. The flavor is best after they have been dried, they have a sweet earthy richness that goes a long way to flavor soups, and stews and casseroles and they go particularly well with white fish for their flavor and as a great contrast. The fresh to dried ratio is 12 pounds of fresh to 1 pound of dried. 
To use: Reconstitute 1 ounce mushrooms in 2 cups warm water for 10 minutes or overnight in the refrigerator,  strain through a coffee filter or paper towel and use the liquid for recipes. Store in the freezer for best results, repackage into freezer bags once the bag is opened.
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Dried Black Trumpet Powder
Black Trumpet Mushrooms are also known as Horn of Plenty (Craterellus cornucopioides).  The season is from late summer to late autumn. The flavor is best after they have been dried, they have a sweet earthy richness that goes a long way to flavor soups, and stews and casseroles and they go particularly well with white fish for their flavor and as a great contrast. This powder is not fine powder, it is coarsely ground. Wild harvested, no chemicals or preservatives In a re closable bag

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Dried Candy Caps
Lactarius rubidus are excellent in desserts such as cookies, breads, waffles, pancakes, custards and ice cream. It also pares well with pork as a relish or chutney in savory dishes. Candy caps should be served independently from other mushrooms on a same dish due to its uniqueness flavor, which is best highlighted. One exception to this opinion seems to be with black morels that the rich and sweet seem to balance out. The scent and flavor when dried is of  maple syrup.
Recipe Links: Candy Cap Lima Beans, Caramel Candy Caps Custard  Also, read this blog with a recipe for Candy Cap Carrot Puree by Gareth Mark and a recipe for Candy Cap Gelato by Gareth Mark
There are about 2 cups of dried candy caps per ounce. The fresh to dry ration is 15 to 1. So that is 15 lbs of fresh makes a pound of dried. The flavor and aroma are very concentrated.
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Dried Chaga

This chaga is from the United States and there are no chemicals or additives or pesticides. They are harvested in the wild. There is a lot of chaga from other countries in the United States. Ours are only harvested in the United States.
We also carry chaga powder.

To make the tea, heat  8-10 cups of water up slowly to 120F degrees and add 5 golf ball chunks to it, let sit on a low temperature for 6 hours or longer. If you need to boil your water because of where you live, allow the water to cool down to 120F degrees as to not damage properties of the Chaga.  We use a water jug to store the chaga in the refrigerator. You can store the tea for 14 days. Drink 3 cups a day. It is good hot and cold, it has a very mild tea flavor, not mushroom flavored at all.

We do recommend you type in your browser "medicinal benefits of chaga mushrooms" here is a link to a good place to start
IMPORTANT: While taking Chaga beverages do not take penicillin and do not use intravenous injections of glucose. Those substances are antagonists to Chaga


These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are for educational purposes only and are not intended to diagnose or treat any condition. Please consult your health care professional with any health-related concerns, and for diagnosis and treatment.
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Dried Chanterelle Mushrooms
Excellent quality, picked and dried the same day. These are a fruity mushroom that has a scent of apricots when fresh. They have a rich buttery flavor with a meat like texture. Avoid using chanterelles with ingredients that have strong flavors, such as garlic or spices.. They are great to use for gravy, sauces or pizza toppings.  You can reconstitute dried chanterelles by soaking them in warm water for 1 hour or overnight in the refrigerator, they are best in dishes that cook for long periods in liquid, such as stews, soups and sauces due to their slightly chewy texture. We also carry powdered chanterelles.
Product of USA. All natural

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Dried Chanterelle Powder
Excellent quality, picked and dried the same day. These are a fruity mushroom that have a smell of apricots when fresh. They have a rich buttery flavor with a meat like texture, they are slightly chewy. Chanterelles are easy to cook with and a great alternative to common button mushrooms. They are great to use for gravy, sauces or pizza toppings.  This powder is not fine powder, it is coarsely ground.
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Price: $60.00
Dried Chaga

 In re-closing bags. Product of the USA Organic and Kosher Certified. 100% Cordycep Powder, no chemicals or additives. Most cordycep powder you find in the USA are from other countries, very few people have them from the USA. The cordycep powder is grown in the USA because the standards are so much higher than they are in other countries. Please research the benefits of the cordyceps online

Also known as Cordyceps Miltaris,, caterpillar fungus, dong chong zia cao.


The wild form of Cordyceps is rare and expensive; consequently, a strain isolated from the wild form is now cultivated and commonly used.  

Constituents Adenine, adenosine, uracil, uridine, guanidine, guanosine, hypoxanthine, inosine, thymine, thymidine, and deoxyuridine.
Parts Used Whole mushroom.

Typical Preparations Traditionally prepared in Chinese medicine as a broth, it can also be used as an extract, as a tea, or in capsules.
Summary While Cordyceps has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries, modern research affirms its value.
Precautions Excessive use may cause mild diarrhea, dry mouth, and nausea

FLAVOR: They have a mild nutty flavor

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 tsp
Servings per Container: 227
Amount per Serving ______ 1 tsp ______ %DV
Organic Cordyceps** ___ 2,000 mg ______ *

(Cordyceps sinensis)
*Daily Value not established
**Activated cordyceps mushroom mycelium preparation.
Other ingredients: organic myceliated brown rice. Mycelium is extremely important.

Precaution: Excessive use may cause mild diarrhea, dry mouth, and nausea. If you have low blood sugar or an auto-immune disorder, do not use,since Cordyceps tends to lower blood sugar and significantly increase immunity. Which is good news for most people, but not really studied for those with these conditions.
Typical Preparation: Use like you would ground flax, some say to put it in juice or make tea out of it, but I disagree because it is too grainy to do that, so just check out the different ways to use ground flax seed. Unlike ground flax, cordycep does not lose it's potency from being ground. Cordycep is an extremely safe mushroom with only mild digestive upsets being reported after taking large doses. We recommend that you take 1 tsp a day. You can mix it in with a smoothy.
Please consult a physician or someone who does natural medication.
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NOTE: Regardless of how our products may be used in other countries, or anything that you may have heard or read about Oregon Mushrooms products, under FDA law in the United States it is illegal for a manufacturer to make any medical claims for health supplements. None of the products offered for sale on our website or direct to retail consumers are intended to be used in the treatment or mitigation of any disease state. All statements made by Oregon Mushrooms Co. are intended for informational purposes only. The statements made here have not been evaluated by the FDA, and our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Health decisions are much too important to be made without the advice of a health care practitioner. As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should advise your health care practitioner of the use of this product. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, you should consult your health care practitioner prior to using any health supplement product


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Dried Domestic Porcini Mushrooms
Domestic Porcini
Domestic Porcini have a mild nutty flavor and meaty texture. We also carry frozen domestic porcini. The domestic are from Oregon and California.

This is a mix of Boletus Edulis and Boletus Pinophilus
 
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Price: $8.00
Dried Domestic Porcini Powder
Domestic Porcini Powder
The powder is from the very broken pieces and from the mushrooms that do not look that great.
This high quality powder is very popular, as it can be used in sauces, stews, rice and any dish that you want to add this powerful flavor too. Now offering European or Domestic Porcini Powder.The powder of the domestic porcini is not fine powder, it is coarsely ground.
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Price: $19.00
Dried European Porcini Mushrooms
 Imported Porcini
 
The European porcini has a robust scent and flavor. The are brown and do not look pretty, but they taste great. Also known as the black mushroom. These are NOT the AA grade, they are smaller pieces. 
We want to clarify something, there are a lot of companies out there that are passing their China Porcini as European, there is a big flavor difference. We also try not to sell anything from China, we have a couple of products from there but we specify this.
 
 
 
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Price: $8.00
Dried European Porcini Powder
European Porcini Powder
The powder is from the very broken pieces and from the mushrooms that do not look that great.
This high quality powder is very popular, as it can be used in sauces, stews, rice and any dish that you want to add this powerful flavor too. Wild harvested in Bulgaria, no chemicals or preservatives
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Price: $40.00
Dried Hedgehogs
The hedgehog mushroom, however, has a strong characteristic flavor and odor, which becomes even more intense when the mushrooms are dried. The flesh of the mushroom is very resilient, even crunchy when raw, but remaining firm when cooked as well. Cooked fresh hedgehogs often remind consumers of meat, because the texture is so hearty. Dried hedgehogs can be used in any imaginable dish, although they are quite popular in stews and stuffings, which involve lengthy cooking times. These types of dishes bring out the flavor of the mushroom to complement the other ingredients.
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Dried Lion's Mane
10 pounds of fresh lion's mane makes 1 pound of dried mushrooms. During the year, they will change from wild to cultivated. They are from Oregon either way. 

Hericiumerinaceus also called Lion's Mane Mushroom,  Satyr's Beard, Bearded Tooth Mushroom, Bearded Hedgehog Mushroom, pompom mushroom,Bearded Tooth Fungus, or pom pom mushroom.  They will have some debris from the woods. They are considered a gourmet mushroom by many people. They are said to have a seafood-like flavor,somewhat like the taste of shrimp or lobster, but it is not an overwhelming flavor. So if you are allergic to shell fish this is a great substitute. They are said to have medicinal values as well, but we cannot say anything about that due to legalities. We recommend you research the medicinal benefits though. Dried mushrooms will last for many years if you freeze as soon as you receive them. After opening, transfer into a freezer bag or food saver bag.

You can eat them as a meal, a tea, a tincture and an extract.

 


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Dried Lion's Mane
10 pounds of fresh lion's mane makes 1 pound of dried mushrooms. During the year, they will change from wild to cultivated. They are from Oregon either way. 

Hericiumerinaceus also called Lion's Mane Mushroom,  Satyr's Beard, Bearded Tooth Mushroom, Bearded Hedgehog Mushroom, pompom mushroom,Bearded Tooth Fungus, or pom pom mushroom.  They will have some debris from the woods. They are considered a gourmet mushroom by many people. They are said to have a seafood-like flavor,somewhat like the taste of shrimp or lobster, but it is not an overwhelming flavor. So if you are allergic to shell fish this is a great substitute. They are said to have medicinal values as well, but we cannot say anything about that due to legalities. We recommend you research the medicinal benefits though. Dried mushrooms will last for many years if you freeze as soon as you receive them. After opening, transfer into a freezer bag or food saver bag.

You can eat them as a meal, a tea, a tincture and an extract.

 


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Price: $65.00
Dried Lobster Mushrooms
Lobster mushrooms are a great addition to a great variety of dishes for flavor and color. They are a very mild tasting mushroom, yet they have a meaty texture. Add to stir fry, soups, meat dishes, poultry, fish, etc. They are excellent sautéed with butter and garlic. To Reconstitute: Soak in a cup of warm water or liquid per ounce of dried mushrooms for 20 minutes or overnight.  When they are fully reconstituted, strain through a coffee filter or paper towel and retain the liquid for your recipe or future use. Rinse well to remove any debris and pat dry and use.
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Dried Lobster Powder
Lobster mushrooms are a great addition to a great variety of dishes for flavor and color. They are a very mild tasting mushroom, yet they have a meaty texture. Add to stir fry, soups, meat dishes, poultry, fish, etc. They are excellent sautéed with butter and garlic. Wild harvested, no chemicals or preservatives. This powder is not fine powder, it is coarsely ground.
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Price: $14.00
Dried Maitake Mushrooms
Maitake is a delicious and much sought-after mushroom with excellent nutritional and medicinal properties. Up to now, availability has been limited due in part to the difficulty of cultivation.

Maitake has a robust, earthy flavor and fragrance. This mushroom can be prepared in many ways including stir-fry, sauté, and baked. Tempura-battered, deep-fried Maitake is very popular in Japan.  Statement on health benefits have not been approved by the F.D.A.
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Price: $6.00
Dried Maitake Powder
Maitake is a delicious and much sought-after mushroom with excellent nutritional and medicinal properties. Up to now, availability has been limited due in part to the difficulty of cultivation.

Maitake has a robust, earthy flavor and fragrance. This mushroom can be prepared in many ways including stir-fry, sauté, and baked. Tempura-battered, deep-fried Maitake is very popular in Japan.  Statement on health benefits have not been approved by the F.D.A. This powder is not fine powder, it is coarsely ground. No chemicals or preservatives used.
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Price: $15.00
Dried Matsutake Mushrooms
Excellent quality dried matsutakes, these are picked and dried the same day. Matsutakes are a choice edible and are a very popular Asian food. Add to many dishes. Especially good in rice dishes, with fish or chicken.
There is a lot of research that has been done and if you look online to find the medicinal benefits you will be amazed.


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Dried Matsutake Mushrooms Powder
Excellent quality dried matsutakes, these are picked and dried the same day. Matsutakes are a choice edible and are a very popular Asian food. Add to many dishes. Especially good in rice dishes, with fish or chicken. Wild harvested, no chemicals or preservatives. This powder is not fine powder, it is coarsely ground. 
There is a lot of research that has been done and if you look online to find the medicinal benefits you will be amazed.
In re-closing bags.
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Price: $90.00
Dried Morel Mushrooms # 2 Grade
These are Grade 2 Morels, they do not look nice at all, and are broken, cut in half or missing the tops. Please understand we offer these at a lower cost because they taste the same as a grade 1, but they are not acceptable in appearance for a grade 1. They range in size from very small to medium sizes.
Morels, also known as Morchella, sponge mushroom, pinecone mushroom and more are a delicacy with many uses; fried, stuffed and baked, added to sauces, sautéed, stir fried and many other uses. The dried morel reconstitutes very well, coming back to it’s original form very well.  It takes 7 pounds of fresh morels to make 1 pound of dried.  These morels are wild harvested, no chemicals or pesticides are used. They are NOT genetically modified.
To Reconstitute: Soak in a cup of warm water or liquid per ounce of dried morels for 20 minutes or overnight.  When they are fully reconstituted, strain through a coffee filter or paper towel and retain the liquid for your recipe or future use. Rinse well to remove any debris and pat dry and use.
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Dried Morel Powder
Morels, also known as Morchella, sponge mushroom, pinecone mushroom and more are a delicacy with many uses.  The powder is a more economically priced substitute for your use. We grind up all of the really broken pieces.  You can add this powder to sauces as they will flavor it nicely. These morels are wild harvested, no chemicals or pesticides are used. They are NOT genetically modified. This powder is not fine powder, it is coarsely ground.
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Dried Mushroom Mix
This mix can be added to stir fry, soups and mushroom sauces. Reconstitute: To Reconstitute: Soak in 8-10 ounces of warm water or liquid per ounce of dried mushroom mix for 20-30 minutes or overnight.  When they are fully reconstituted, strain through a coffee filter or paper towel and retain the liquid for your recipe or future use. Rinse well to remove any debris and pat dry and use. This mix has dried black trumpets, chanterelles, hedgehogs, matsutake, morels, porcini and shiitake.
 
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Dried Mushroom Sampler
You will recieve one dried ounce of each of the following:
1 oz morels
1 oz porcini (you can choose domestic or european)
1 oz chanterelles
1 oz matsutake
This is a great gift idea, or a good way to sample these gourmet mushrooms.
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Dried Oyster Mushroom Powder
The dried oyster powder is great to have on hand to add to soups, rice, pasta, sauces and more. Just sprinkle it into the liquid as you cook for flavor.No chemicals or preservatives. This powder is not fine powder, it is coarsely ground.
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Dried Oyster Mushrooms
The oyster mushroom has a soft texture, and is used in variety of dishes that have seafood or chicken or pair with rice. The oyster mushroom is wild and cultivated, and is popular in stir fry, soups, and most dishes where you would like texture, and the discreet flavor of oysters.  To reconstitute: Add 8 - 10 ounces of warm water per ounce of dried mushrooms and soak for 30 minutes or more. Strain through a paper towel or coffee filter and retain the liquid for your recipe. Rinse well to remove any debris.
 
 
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Dried Paddy Straw
The paddy straw is grown on rice straw in South Asia; they are called for in many Chinese and Asian recipes. Paddy Straw Mushrooms are often found in recipes from Southern China. They're delicious in Chicken Stir Fry, Pork Chop Suey, Shrimp Chow Mein Oriental soups and sauces. Use Paddy Straws in Meat Loaf or Vegetarian Tofu Recipes.
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Dried Portabello Mushrooms Sliced
Few foods are as versatile as portabellas. Serve them as appetizers, entrees or side dishes. Substitute meat for portabellas.  Use in lasagna, sauces, stews, risotto and more. There are an unlimited amount of recipes on the internet for portabellas, so that shows how popular they are. Reconstitute for 10-20 minutes in a cup of warm water per ounce of mushrooms. Watch them though and remove when they are done. They are best put into your dish that has liquid in them instead of reconstituting first. Just rinse them first.  Once you reconstitute them, pat them gently and cook. 
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Dried Sliced Reishi

The mushroom body is too woody to be consumed thus all recipes call for the cooking or soaking out of the beneficial properties.Here is a link to more information on reishi.

 

We also carry whole reishi, reishi powder and reishi extract powder

You can also search “reishi recipes” online for other preparation methods.

To use: add 2 whole reishi or a handful of slice reishi (about 10-15 pieces) to 8-10 cups of water and follow instructions below:

1.     The dried Reishi mushroom slices or whole reishi can be soaked overnight in water, then boiled (with the water) for 5-10 minutes, Strain and enjoy.

2.        Bring water to a boil and simmer for 2-3 hours. The bitter taste can be overcome by adding honey or juice (grape, cranberry etc.). Tea can be stored in the fridge for 3-4 days and served warm or cold. Do not use an aluminum pan for preparation.  You can experiment, and add to broth or soups if you enjoy the flavor. The flavor of the tea is very bitter, so experiment to find the best way to drink it. Just keep in mind the benefits of this drink.

3.        Take a vitamin C supplement or fruit right before you drink it for the best benefits

My personal way to drink this is either take a shot glass and drink 4 shots a day, or heat it up in a coffee cup, stir in honey and lemon juice or whatever you want to add. Nothing you add will reduce the benefits of this tea.

Reishi is best taken in the morning with an empty stomach. Drinking more water will also help enhance the effects of Reishi by helping the body get rid of poisonous waste.It is also recommended to take Vitamin C with Reishi as this will assist the body in absorbing the active ingredients in Reishi. Studies have shown that Vitamin C helps break down the complex polysaccarides into smaller manageable pieces that the body can intake. There are alot of benefits to this super beneficial mushroom!

Preparation 

Lingzhi is traditionally prepared by simmering in water  in a stainless steel or ceramic pot. Don't use aluminum for such a prolonged boiling process. Thinly sliced or whole lingzhi is added to a pot of boiling water (about 2 whole mushrooms or 10-15 pieces for sliced per 8 cups of water),the water is then brought to a simmer, and the pot is covered; the lingzhi is then simmered for two hours. The resulting liquid should be fairly bitter in taste, with the more active red lingzhi more bitter than the black. The process may be repeated. Alternatively, it can be used as an ingredient in a formula decoction or used to make an extract (in liquid form) The more active red forms of lingzhi are far too bitter to be consumed in a soup, as long cooked dried shitake mushrooms might be.

Here is a "how to" do an alcohol extraction for the best benefits (you can use whole, powdered, or sliced reishi)

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Side effects RARE! It has been shown in some studies that long term use of Lingzhi (usually four months or so) can result in some mild side effects, including dryness of the nasal passages, mouth and throat, as well as stomach upset and nosebleed. However, these effects were avoided by discontinuing use of the mushroom for one month after taking it for four months, and taking it again for four months and so on.


NOTE: Regardless of how our products may be used in other countries, or anything that you may have heard or read about Oregon Mushrooms products, under FDA law in the United States it is illegal for a manufacturer to make any medical claims for health supplements. None of the products offered for sale on our website or direct to retail consumers are intended to be used in the treatment or mitigation of any disease state. All statements made by Oregon Mushrooms Co. are intended for informational purposes only. The statements made here have not been evaluated by the FDA, and our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Health decisions are much too important to be made without the advice of a health care practitioner. As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should advise your health care practitioner of the use of this product. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, you should consult your health care practitioner prior to using any health supplement product
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Dried Sliced Shiitake Mushrooms
A very versatile mushrooms. The shiitake is wonderful in many dishes and are very popular in Asian and Japanese dishes. They have a delicious meaty taste and texture. They are served in miso soup, used as the basis for a kind of vegetarian dashi, and also as an ingredient in many steamed and simmered dishes. They can be fried as well as steamed.
There is a lot of research that has been done and if you look online to find the medicinal benefits of shitake you will be amazed.
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Dried Stir Fry Mix
Use in your recipes that call for mushrooms, best in Chinese or Asian dishes. This mix can be rehydrated and added to rice, in Chicken Stir Fry, Pork Chop Suey, Shrimp Chow Mein Oriental soups and sauces.
This mix includes Woodear, Shiitake, Paddy Straw and Oyster Mushrooms.

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Turkey Tail Mushrooms
Trametes versicolor – also known as Coriolus versicolor and Polyporus versicolor – is a common polypore mushroom found throughout the world. Meaning 'of several colours', versicolor reliably describes this mushroom found in different colors. By example, due to its resembling multiple colors in the tail of wild turkey, T. versicolor is commonly called turkey tail.

These mushrooms are from the USA, wild crafted, Gmo Free. 
 

There are a lot of health benefits from Turkey Tail, we just cannot list them because of legalities. 

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Dried Whole Reishi

We no longer have the reishi from Michigan. I am really sorry. The season was terrible.

 When you see shiny, beautiful reishi, it is because they have been steamed, which means they lose some of their medicinal properties. We do not clean them ahead of time since rinsing mushrooms causes them to start going bad. The stems are removed, therefore you are getting more mushrooms, with the maximum effectiveness, instead of wasted mushrooms.
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Preparation 

Because reishi mushrooms contain chitin which locks up medicinal components,preparations of lingzhi are unlikely to be medicinally active unless there has been a prolonged water extraction. Simply tincturing the mushroom in ethanol or powdering it and encapsulating it makes preparations that are essentially inert and may account for some of the inconsistency in research results. Additionally, mushrooms traditionally incorporate or transform constituents from their host trees and mycelial fractions grown in sawdust or other substrate may differ appreciably from the whole fungus.

Lingzhi is traditionally prepared by simmering in water in a stainless steel or ceramic pot. Do NOT use aluminum pots

Thinly sliced, broken, or whole lingzhi is added to a pot of boiling water (about 6-8 whole reishi or enough pieces to make that amount or 10-15 pieces for sliced per 8 cups of water) there really is no definite amount to put it the water, it really is however strong you want the tea. You can make it strong, and if you do not like the taste, just take less,the water is then brought to a simmer, and the pot is covered; the lingzhi is then simmered for two hours. The resulting liquid should be fairly bitter in taste, with the more active red lingzhi more bitter than the black. The process may be repeated. Alternatively, it can be used as an ingredient in a formula decoction or used to make an extract (in liquid form) The more active red forms of lingzhi are far too bitter to be consumed in a soup, as long cooked dried shitake mushrooms might be.
Here is a "how to" do an alcohol extraction for the best benefits (you can use whole or sliced reishi or our reishi extract powder)

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NOTE: Regardless of how our products may be used in other countries, or anything that you may have heard or read about Oregon Mushrooms products, under FDA law in the United States it is illegal for a manufacturer to make any medical claims for health supplements. None of the products offered for sale on our website or direct to retail consumers are intended to be used in the treatment or mitigation of any disease state. All statements made by Oregon Mushrooms Co. are intended for informational purposes only. The statements made here have not been evaluated by the FDA, and our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Health decisions are much too important to be made without the advice of a health care practitioner. As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should advise your health care practitioner of the use of this product. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, you should consult your health care practitioner prior to using any health supplement product

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Dried Whole Shiitake Mushrooms
A very versatile mushrooms. The shiitake is wonderful in many dishes and are very popular in Asian and Japanese dishes. They have a delicious meaty taste and texture. They are served in miso soup, used as the basis for a kind of vegetarian dashi, and also as an ingredient in many steamed and simmered dishes. They can be fried as well as steamed. There is a lot of research that has been done and if you look online to find the medicinal benefits of shitake you will be amazed.
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Dried Wild Morel Mushrooms from the USA, Wild Crafted

We now offer frozen morel mushrooms!

Every year Oregon Mushrooms hunts for and harvests fresh morel mushrooms to fill in-season orders as well as for drying and powdering. The fresh wild morel mushroom season typically runs from March through July in Oregon. For that year round morel fix, our dried morel mushrooms can’t be beat. The dried gourmet mushrooms we stock are of excellent quality, and are picked and dried the same day. All of our dried mushrooms reconstitute well and are ready to be added to stews, soups and sauces. They are great as pizza toppings as well. You’ve come to the right place for the best dried mushrooms Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana have to offer. These highly prized mushrooms are referred by many as the highly elusive pinecone mushroom, sponge mushroom and morchella, no matter what the name, they are still morels! These are from the USA, last years season. Fresh morels are available around Late March, Early April through August (on the latest side) sometimes they end in July. This is why we have the pine cone mushroom for such a long time. There are a few different edible kinds of morels that grow throughout the season; grey morels, natural morels, green morels, black morels, conica morel are also called burn morels and blonde morels (morchella esculenta)but we cannot dry the blondes because they have such a short season and we have a very long waiting list for these most popular type of morel.
Some people call the domestic dehydrated (dried)morel mushrooms sponge mushrooms. They call them pine cone mushrooms because they are shaped and colored like a pine cone, which makes them VERY difficult to see. They are easily missed until a big patch is found. You really need a trained eye. Kids are very good at spotting them because they are closer to the ground. Most people don’t want to lie on the ground to spot them, but it probably has happened in the past.
Some people spell this as moral.
The sizes vary when reconstituted to 1-3 inches tall.  If you want certain sizes, please make a note in the shopping cart, otherwise you will get a mix of sizes.  We have Jumbo morels if you want larger morels.

To Reconstitute: Soak in 2 cups of cold water or liquid per ounce of dried morels for 20 minutes or overnight.  When they are fully reconstituted, strain through a coffee filter or paper towel and retain the liquid for your recipe or future use. Rinse well to remove any debris and pat dry and use.
DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL WITH MORELS, COOK TO 165 DEGREES

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Dried Woodear Mushrooms
This mushroom is slightly chewier than other mushrooms and requires half an hour soaking time before use if not adding them to soups. The Chinese, who value a combination of textures in their dishes, make great use of this mushroom. They are also known as cloud ear, silver ear or tree ear.
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Dried Yellow Feet Mushrooms
They taste exquisite and are versatile. Cantharellus tubaeformis is known as the "suppilovahvero," and is just as popular as the "kanttarelli",  many restaraunts use these as a substitute to the chanterelle. The Yellowfeet Chanterelle is a winter mushroom. Fresh Yellow Feet can be ordered during the winter months.  The dried is available year round.
To reconstitute: Rinse and then soak 1 ounce dried mushrooms in 8-10 ounces of warm water for 10-15 minutes, or in the refrigerator overnight. Strain through a paper towel or coffee filter and retain liquid for future recipes.

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Fleur de Sel
Fleur De Sel de Guérande is known as "the caviar of salts" and is acclaimed by many chefs as the best of all sea salts. The delicate flavor & moist texture make this the ideal finishing salt. Certified by Nature et Progres, the French standard for purity and quality. 5 oz
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Fresh Black Oregon Truffles
Season Late November -March
Oregon Truffles have a different flavor than the imported ones, at a truffle tasting, it was said for the price, Oregon truffles are worth it. They have an excellent flavor and aroma when used at their peak. Do not cook truffles, add them at the very end of cooking since the aroma dissipates rapidly on high heat.

Oregon Black truffles are great with protein and white sauces so you do not overpower the truffles. If they are unripe when you get them, and have no aroma, don't worry, it can take a few days for them to finish ripening. With unripe truffles, do not wrap in a paper towel or rice. Rinse and brush them until they are completely clean, pat dry,  place them in an airtight container and check daily. Condensation is okay in this instance. It hastens the ripening process. Use immediately upon ripening.


Use your truffles within 2-5 days of receiving them, or freeze them and use them as needed. They are highly perishable, and once they start to go, they go bad fast, so trim off any spots that are wet looking immediately and freeze them or use them immediately. Check them frequently. If they are really strong, use them that day, it is better to make a butter out of them if you are not going to be able to use them at the peak of their ripeness. To do this, purchase a really high end butter with no salt in it. Reserve enough butter to add to the top of the truffle butter. Blend until creamy, add sliced up truffles, blend really well. Put in your container, put your reserved butter over the top and then you have your own truffle butter. There are also recipes online to put truffles into other things to use them whenever you want to.

To freeze, put in a food saver bag, or a heavy duty bag with all of the air out of the bag. When you want to use them, slice them while frozen and put directly back into the freezer. Do not allow them to thaw out or you will have to throw them out. The best way to freeze them is to slice them into serving sizes and then you won't be defrosting and losing the truffle. Shave them on whatever you want to use them on or in frozen. If you try to shave them defrosted they will just be mush. Unfortunately, some mushrooms and truffles do not thaw well.

Aroma: floral,fruit,chocolate


Store in a container that is airtight, unless, you want everything to smell like truffles! Had this happen once and my milk and EVERYTHING tasted like the aroma of truffles. That is not a good thing. Store at the lower part or in the door of your refrigerator where it isn't as cold.
Any residual soil covering the truffle provides a protective layer that conserves flavor and aroma, and even allows the truffle to continue its ripening. A great way to store them is in arboreal rice or wrapped in a paper towel. They will get moist and rot. You can store with a paper towel between eggs and the truffles to avoid cross contamination. The aroma will permeate the shells of the eggs. Anything you store in with the truffles will take on the aroma. DO NOT STORE IN A PLASTIC BAG. If any start smelling like ammonia, it went bad, so toss it out.
 
Of course, upon cooking, the truffle should be thoroughly cleaned. Besides general rules of food hygiene, the truffle has to be cleaned because its outer peel (peridium) is never thrown away. Like with the inner mass (gleba) the truffle’s peel has flavor and aroma.
Proper Way To Clean Fresh Truffles
• For starters always wash your hands before handling truffles. Truffles quickly absorb outside smells
• Rinse the truffle under cold running water for about 30 seconds. Rinse only a few minutes before use.
   (If you have a large sized truffle only rinse the portion of truffle you intend to use)
• Gently brush the truffle with an unused tooth-brush, nail-brush, or any other similar bristle and soft brush.
• Pat dry the truffle with white absorbent paper towel.
• Slice paper-thin, grind, or chop the truffle if ready to commence cooking or serve meal. Differently, immediately store away the truffle.

 

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Fresh Black Summer Truffles
If you need your order shipped the same day you order, call us to be sure they are in stock.
 The Black Summer Truffle (Tuber aestivum/unicinatum) thrives in northern Italy, central Europe and the UK but also grows in Turkey and North Africa. It is highly valued for its culinary uses. Summer truffles do not have as strong an aroma or taste as winter truffles do. They are mainly harvested from June to November . These truffles grow in symbiosis with trees such as oaks, hazels and beech.  Their shape is generally round, up to 4 cm diameter
This truffle had a subtle, mushroom, earthy, nutty flavor. Some say it has a slightly chocolatey sweetness, and a musky smell.

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Store wrapped in a paper towel in a sealed container or sealed bag in the refrigerator. If you want to infuse anything with the aroma of your truffles, put whatever it is in a sealed container with the truffles.
White or black paper-thin truffle slices may be inserted into meats, under the skins of roasted fowl, in foie gras preparations, in pâtés, or in stuffings. Some specialty cheeses contain truffles as well.
The flavour of black truffles is far less pungent and more refined than that of white truffles. It is reminiscent of fresh earth and mushrooms, and when fresh, their scent fills a room almost instantly. In 2006, designer Tom Ford released a perfume that lists black truffle as its first note. While in the past chefs used to peel truffles, in modern times most restaurants brush the truffle carefully and shave it or dice it with the skin on so as to use most of this expensive ingredient. A few restaurants, such as Philippe Rochat in Switzerland, still stamp out circular discs of truffle flesh and use the skins for sauces. Tuber aestivum/unicinatum, Summer Black Truffles, Black Truffles, Buy Truffles, in season truffles, european truffles, truffles, purchase truffles, truffle
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Fresh Black Winter Truffles -Perigords
Last week, please do not pre-order for next week.
We ship truffles Tuesday -Thursday Sometimes we cannot ship orders that have truffles until Wednesday. We will not know until the day before if they can ship on Tuesday. Please call us on the Monday of the week that you want us to ship so we can let you know if the order can be shipped on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Store your truffle (s) in a  paper towel. Use within 5 days. Store in a sealed container. You can put eggs in the container, cheese, whatever you want to infuse the aroma in, risotto, rice, etc. just make sure they don't touch the food that is in the container.  Make sure to change the paper towels out daily and wrap each truffle individually. Store in the warmer part of the refrigerator, such as the bottom shelf.

The Fresh Black Winter Truffles belongs to the Tuber Melanosporum family. Black Winter Truffles originally grow in the Southern part of France called Perigord, where they got their name Perigord Truffles. The aroma is amazing! The sharp and fine aroma is amazing on pasta, risotto, dark & light meat, potatoes and eggs!
Recommended uses: Its most classic use is in a traditional sauce made by mixing the minced or chopped truffle to warm olive oil flavored with a hint of garlic, salt and ground pepper. Do not use excessive heat when cooking with truffles, they are best if they are added at the end of the cooking time, just long enough to infuse the aroma and flavor but not too long, or you will lose a lot of the flavor and aroma.
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Fresh Blonde Morel Mushrooms
Fresh Blonde Morels in season. You will get about 3 cups of morels, about 25 morels per pound. OUT OF STOCK 

 

The different types of morels vary through the season, they are known as morchella elata, grey morels, blonde (yellow morels) black morels, fire morels (conicas), morelles, sponge mushroom and pinecone mushroom. These are not morchella esculenta or morchella deliciousa. Please be aware, as the weather gets warmer, the morels will be dry to the touch, but when you rinse them before you use them, they will regain their weight. Mushrooms consist of a lot of water, so they do dry out some. These mushrooms are wild grown, using no pesticides. 

To clean your morels- put 2 Tbsp salt in just enough ice water to submerged your morels for about 10 minutes, agitate your morels and rinse them off with really cold water.This removes any critters that may be in the morels. That is possible since they are from the forest, we cannot guarantee that they will be free of pests. Unfortunately, there is a high probability of having bugs and tiny worms in the mushrooms once it starts warming up that will come out en route. If we see any, we do not ship them. Follow the instruction above to kill and remove anything in your mushrooms. If there was anything we could do to prevent this, we would. Not using any chemicals to kill them means we cannot kill them.

 



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Fresh Brown Beech Mushrooms

Bunashimeji is very popular mushroom in Japan. It is called “beech mushrooms” because they often grow on fallen beech trees. Wikipedia ShimejiHypsizygus tessellatus Bunashimeji has a nutty, buttery flavor, and a firm, crunchy texture. The mushrooms grow in clusters and produce tender caps. Our Brown Beech mushrooms have been formulated to be less bitter than traditional Bunashimeji. Still, western palettes will probably best enjoy the brown beech after cooking, which mellows the flavor. Try this specialty mushroom baked, steamed, or sauteed in olive oil. Certified Organic, ready to eat. Leave in the bag until ready to cook and they will last for 2-3 weeks in your refrigerator. Each bag weighs approximately 4 ounces, the weight on the bag is the minimum weight, not the actual weight. We weigh each order on a certified scale, so you definitely get what you pay for, sometimes a little more. Cook before consuming. Never consume mushrooms raw.

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Fresh Burgundy Truffles

Burgundy Truffles (tuber uncinatum) grow from September-early December in the southern region of France. Their aromatics are milder to their winter cousin, the black winter truffle, however they have an extremely nice delicate nutty flavor and musky aroma. Shave over your dishes after they are done cooking, do not cook this truffle. Great on pastas, poultry or meat, risotto, egg dishes, potatoes, etc. Do not wash truffles. To clean them, use a soft brush. Use the whole truffle. 

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Fresh Chicken of the Woods
Chicken of the woods. This mushroom can be prepared in most ways that one can prepare chicken meat. It can also be used as a substitute for chicken in a vegetarian diet. Chicken of the woods are also known as sulphur shelf, Laetiporus, chicken mushroom, chicken fungus, chicken of the wood, chicken mushrooms. These are wild crafted and found in the woods in the Pacific North West, in Oregon. They grow on white fir trees.
Always try a small amount first.
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Fresh Fiddlehead Ferns
In season now. You can also try our Frozen Fiddleheads
Prices are per pound
Fiddleheads are the young coiled fern leaves (about an inch in diameter) of the ostrich fern (Matteuccia struthiopteris). Nearly all ferns have fiddleheads, but those of the ostrich fern are unlike any other. The storage life is around 10 days. You must cook fiddleheads, do not eat them raw or undercooked, as you can become ill. Fiddleheads are a good source of potassium; they also contain vitamin C, niacin and iron. The color varies, they may come in brown, black and purple, it depends on where we are getting them.

The western and eastern fiddleheads look way different. The western are not as pretty and they are in different colors. So if you are looking for the fiddleheads that are pretty, please wait for the season to begin. 

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Fresh Grey Morels

In Stock now, Fresh Grey Morels

 
Please give us an extra day to delivery, so order 2 days before you need them so if there are any delays, you still get them on time. Shipping for the next day, even if you order before our cutoff time, doesn't mean we can get them out. Sometimes the morels don't look great, sometimes we don't get any in, or a very small amount. We cannot guarantee we will be able to delivery the next day. If you have to have them the next day, call us and email us.
If you do not give us any delivery date, your order will be shipped as soon as we have them in.

 The moisture will be regained when they are rinsed. You can put these morels in a bowl of salt water to clean. These morels are about 1 1/2 inches-4 inches tall, but on the smaller size at the beginning of the season, as the season progresses, they get bigger. There may be a few smaller ones in with your package. The morels will probably be very warm when you receive them, which is fine because they are very fresh. They are picked and shipped within 24 hours, so they are really fresh and can stand heat.
-There are about 30- 35 morels per pound.
-Refrigerate immediately upon arrival. You can put them in a bowl or strainer, something that will be sure to give them air circulation. They will continue to dry out, but again, when you put them in water, they regain their moisture. Use within 3- 5 days after arrival. Check them daily to make sure none of them have gone bad. If you find a bad mushroom, remove it immediately or it will ruin all of the morels around it. You will know because it will get soft.
Please let us know within 1 hour upon delivery if there are any issues or we cannot credit or ship new mushrooms.

These Oregon morels are wild crafted and gmo free. Sometimes spelled morle or moral mushrooms,pinecone mushrooms. Oregon morels grow in the wild in the many different places. They are very elusive! We ship all over the USA, ALL 50 states. We have to ship them Fedex Priority overnight. Make sure to put them in the refrigerator as soon as they arrive or they will go bad. If you have them dropped off, and they are left outside, they will begin to go bad pretty quickly. If you need them left in a certain area, let us know so we can write a note to fedex.
Soak your mushrooms in salt water when you are ready to use them. There may be critters that we did not see before we shipped them. It is normal with anything organic or wild crafted to have critters. The salt water will draw out the critters, then rinse the morels off. We do apologize for any critters that may hatch in transit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Price: $36.00
Fresh Hedgehog Mushrooms
Hedgehog mushrooms are similar to chanterelles in color and flavor. Many mushroom hunters prize the hedgehog mushroom for its flavor, which is considered sweet and nutty, and has a slightly crunchy texture that is quite pleasing. If the moisture content is high, wrap your mushrooms in paper towels and then in a hand towel so it soaks up the excess of moisture, the shelf life is 5 -7 days once it starts raining, check them every day because if one goes bad it will spread to the other mushrooms very quickly. You will know because they turn brown or get slimy, slimy is different than being wet. Also they may mold, it is very obvious if they start to mold, they will get black spots or green mold. Just make sure to throw that mushroom away.
We have dried hedgehogs available all year.
 
 
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Fresh Huckleberries
COASTAL BERRIES! WE DO NOT HAVE MOUNTAIN BERRIES! IF YOU WANT MOUNTAIN BERRIES, PLEASE ORDER FROZEN.  We have both at this time. Sold in 1 pound increments. 1 gallon is 5 lbs.  1 lb equals 1 1/2 Cups of Fresh Huckleberries, juice included. There will be juice in the bag because they are shipped at the peak of their ripeness. Strain the juice to use. Huckleberries are sweet and tart at the same time. The berries are more tart from the coast and smaller  They sizes vary from region to region, as does the color. They are wonderful in a cobbler, in shakes, on ice cream and much more. Here is a link to recipes.  They are our favorite berries. Frozen Huckleberries can be found here. Your huckleberries may be warm when you get them, it does not hurt them, just put them in the refrigerator upon arrival. Please use within 5 days or freeze them. Must ship fed ex priority overnight.
There will be stems, but they are very tiny. Unfortunately, that is a problem we can't do anything about because when we try to remove them, the huckleberries fall apart. Huckleberries are very fragile. When you use the berries, the stems are very soft so they do not effect the quality. IF you notice any debris, just rinse the berries in a strainer gently. They are generally clean, but you may find some debris from the forest that may make it into the berries. We clean them as best as we can without ruining the berries. The more processed they are, the lower the quality.
To freeze: place berries on a cookie sheet and when frozen, put in a freezer bag or a food saver bag. You can freeze them in a freezer bag. They will clump, but you can easily break them apart with a soft mallet. We recommend if you freeze them in a bag, that you only freeze them in small batches, so it saves you from having to break them apart when using them. Just put the bag in the refrigerator for a day to defrost. You can use the juice after straining it through a paper towel, coffee filter or any other cloth that is tightly woven.

Health Benefits:

  • Huckleberries are associated with lowering cholesterol; protecting against heart diseases, muscular degeneration, glaucoma, varicose veins, and peptic ulcers.
  • High in vitamin C, Huckleberries protect the body against immune deficiencies, cardiovascular diseases, prenatal health problems, and eye diseases.
  • An excellent source of vitamin A and B, huckleberries are great for promoting a healthy metabolism which in turn helps reduce the risk of stroke. They are also known to help stave off macular degeneration as well as viruses and bacteria.
  • Huckleberries are an excellent source of iron which helps build new red blood cells and helps fatigue associated with iron deficiency.
  • The huckleberry ensures proper functioning of nerve and muscle tissues, such as the heart and skeletal muscles, due to its high content of potassium. It also helps regulate water balance and eliminate waste.
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Fresh Italian Alba Truffles
Approximately 1 oz of Truffles Season just Starting!
YOU MUST READ THIS: Each ounce is approximately one ounce. SPECIFY A DELIVERY DATE AND SIGNATURE IS REQUIRED UNLESS YOU SPECIFY NO SIGNATURE DUE TO THE PRICE OF THIS PRODUCT.
We must ask for signature required unless you ask us not to, if you cannot be home, put a note on the door, and you are taking the risk of it being stolen. Here is the note to put on the door the night before your order is suppose to be delivered:  "Please leave this package (where ever you want it left) we release this package to be left without a signature. We understand the risks involved and that fedex nor Oregon Mushrooms will be liable in any way if it is stolen. Please leave no signature required." Sign write your name and date it. If you decide to tell us not to ask for a signature, you release us from liability, which means we will not refund or replace your truffles.
White Winter Truffles Are Two Of Life’s Great Luxuries. The White Winter Truffle Market is the only one where every truffle is tested to guarantee quality and type. The flesh has a light whitish reddish brownish cast with white veins. Its aroma is reminiscent of garlic, shallot and cheese. It is only consumed raw, usually shaved over pasta or rice. It loses all flavor when cooked.
Any residual soil covering the truffle provides a protective layer that conserves flavor and aroma, and even allows the truffle to continue its ripening.
Of course, upon cooking, the truffle should be thoroughly cleaned. Besides general rules of food hygiene, the truffle has to be cleaned because its outer peel (peridium) is never thrown away. Like with the inner mass (gleba) the truffle’s peel has flavor and aroma.
Proper Way To Clean Fresh Truffles
• For starters always wash your hands before handling truffles. Truffles quickly absorb outside smells
• Rinse the truffle under cold running water for about 30 seconds. Rinse only a few minutes before use.
   (If you have a large sized truffle only rinse the portion of truffle you intend to use)
• Gently brush the truffle with an unused tooth-brush, nail-brush, or any other similar bristle and soft brush.
• Pat dry the truffle with white absorbent paper towel.
• Slice paper-thin, grind, or chop the truffle if ready to commence cooking or serve meal. Differently, immediately store away the truffle. 
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Fresh King Trumpets
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. There are about 5-7 mushrooms per pound.
Organic and Non GMO

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Fresh Lion's Mane Mushroom

Very Limited! Hericium erinaceus also called Lion's Mane Mushroom,  Satyr's Beard, Bearded Tooth Mushroom, Bearded Hedgehog Mushroom, pompom mushroom,Bearded Tooth Fungus, or pom pom mushroom. These are wild, not cultivated. They will have some debris from the woods.They are considered a gourmet mushroom by many people. They are said to have a seafood-like flavor,somewhat like the taste of shrimp or lobster, but it is not an overwhelming flavor. So if you are allergic to shell fish this is a great substitute. They are said to have medicinal values as well. Fresh Edible Mushroom. These mushrooms have a 5-7 day shelf life. Keep refrigerated as soon as you receive them, do not store in plastic.

 

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Fresh Lobster Mushrooms
LIMITED!
The fresh lobster mushroom gets it’s name from the appearance and scent. The inside is cream colored and the outside is lobster red. It has a firm crunchy texture and a mild nutty flavor. It is good in stir fry, soups and gravies.
In season. We have dried lobster mushrooms year 'round

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Fresh Maitake Mushrooms Hen of the Woods
Maitake has a rich woodsy taste, crisp texture, and an excellent aroma. Maitake are also known as Hen of the Woods, Dancing Mushroom, Grifola frondosa and sheepshead. This is a very popular mushroom. Sauté them in olive oil and a little butter, good in stew, spaghetti sauce, and in stir fry. Italian Paneo, signorina, Panale
The bag weights are the minimum weight in the bag, which is usually incorrect. We package each order and weigh them on a certified scale so you are sure to get what you ordered. Usually 1 bag is 4+ ounces.
There is alot of research on the benefits of maitake. Remember that supplements are not pure usually, you get fillers in them. It is always better to eat the fresh or dried mushrooms. They taste excellent.
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Fresh Matsutake #2,3

The #2, 3 grade mix has a larger cap and a broken to no veil attached anymore, it is more economical for those who only want the matsutake for eating, not for appearance. Please do not choose this grade if you want them for appearances. No refunds will be given if you purchase these and realize this. Please look at the picture before ordering. Mainly larger open caps, some are smaller (under 3 inches), some with some veil attached. 
Please understand that we may send you mushrooms that we checked for bugs, but we don't always see them, so in route, it is possible that there will be bugs when you get them. If you do find some, please let us know. We do our best to make sure you do not get any. We do apologize if that happens.

 

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Fresh Matsutake Mushrooms #1 Grade
LIMITED
This is the #1 Grade Matsutake Mushrooms, the veil is complete, no tears, suitable for gift giving. Unlike the matsutake from Japan, our matsutake have thicker stems and most of the caps are open with a veil, we do not have the larger matsutake with the long stem and closed caps. The flavor and aroma of the grade 1 matsutake is amazing. If you are looking for closed caps, the size is usually under 3 inches. Those are the small matsutake.  Please always refer to the photos on each grade and the description. They can be found here if we have them for sale. 
Every year Oregon Mushrooms hunts for and harvests fresh edible mushrooms to fill in-season orders as well as for drying and powdering. The fresh matsutake mushroom 松茸 season typically runs from September through December in Oregon. For that year round fix, our dried mushrooms for sale can’t be beat. The dried gourmet mushrooms we stock are of excellent quality, and are picked and dried the same day. All of our dried mushroom products reconstitute well and are ready to be added to stews, soups and sauces. They are great as pizza toppings as well. You’ve come to the right place for the best mushrooms Oregon has to offer!  Click here to try our dried matsutake.

Season: September through December (or the first snow) Also known as: Ponderosa Mushrooms, 松茸, Matsitaki, Pine Mushrooms, O-Matsu, Tricholoma magnivelare or Matsi. Matsutake mushrooms have a firm white flesh with a distinctive aroma of cinnamon and pine and a firm, chewy texture and a spicy flavor. They are highly prized by the Japanese culture and are thought to bring fertility and by extension fortune and happiness. There are a lot of recipes online for matsutake. Just type in "matsutake mushroom recipes" into any search engine. The matsutake is excellent in sukiyaki and tempura; also, matsutake rice and dobin mushi (steamed in a teapot), and soup are also delicious dishes. Grill, broil, steam or bake.

*Please note: the lower grades (#2 & 3's) do not have the strong scent  and flavor the #1 grade and the small ones do, please look at the pictures before ordering, we will NOT refund you if you choose to purchase the lower grades and find they are not as strong flavored or scented and do not look like a #1.
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Fresh Matsutake Under 3”

WE ARE HAVING A VERY LIMITED CROP THIS YEAR AND HAVE NOT SEEN ANY DINKS THIS YEAR. WE ARE HOPING TO GET SOME IN, BUT AS OF NOW WE DO NOT KNOW WHEN THAT WILL BE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE. WE HAVE PLENTY OF 2,3 MIX.

WE ALSO HAVE FRESH GENUINE WASABI ROOT $25.00/ 2 oz

Size: Under 3 inches, this is a very good way to buy matsutake on a budget. They are small, also called dinks. The cap is not usually formed (closed cap) to this sized mushroom. If the cap is formed, they probably won't have a veil left. These are not pretty. Please be sure to view the picture before purchasing. We do not give refunds for the reason of not knowing what the mushroom looked like. Sorry, but it has happened before, and we want you to be satisfied with your purchase. We will NOT refund or replace your order if you buy these and are not happy with the size. Make sure you write in the notes if you want the closed caps, or you will get a variety, some with closed caps, some with open caps.
We do not clean the matsutake before shipping, otherwise they dry out fast and do not last long. When they arrive, wrap them in a moist cloth and place in a strainer, not in plastic, keep the cloth moist until you are ready to use them, this helps them stay fresh longer. Clean them with a clean, wet sponge when you are ready to use them, do not run them under water.
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Fresh Porcini Mushrooms

Please be aware that no matter what we do, your mushrooms may break in transit due to them being so fragile. The caps and stems may break away from each other. Our chefs also love our frozen porcini!  Try them, they are great. The domestic porcini has a very mild, nutty flavor. Porcini come into season in the Pacific Northwest for 2 different seasons, we get spring porcini and fall porcini. They are great in sauces, by themselves with some olive oil and sea salt. There are many ways to eat them. Both seasons are unpredictable as far as when they stop growing, without any notice, they just end.

The pad will probably change color by the time you receive your porcini, it may be green, white, yellow or brownish. This does not mean that the mushrooms are bad. The mushrooms also may be a bit moist, this is also normal. Also, just like an apple, once they are cut, the outside will change color, so once you shave the outside layer off,  they will look better. We have to slice them in half to check for pests. They taste just as good sliced as they do whole, however, by slicing them in half, it reduces the possibility of pests being in them. It is not a 100% guarantee that they will be pest free, if you find anything, just slice them and soak them in salt water for 10 minutes or so. Drain them and pat them to remove some of the liquid that has been absorbed.  They are wild harvested, they are not certified organic, but they are organic.

 

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Fresh Ramp Bulbs
The ramp, sometimes called wild leek, is a wild onion native to North America. The bulb resembles that of a scallion. The flavor and aroma 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 also a great cookbook with recipes: Ramps The Cookbook by St. Lynns Press 

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.
Ramps aren't available for long, but you can chop and freeze them for cooked dishes or dry them.

Season will last through July- Season Permitting
we also have Frozen Ramp Bulbs
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Fresh Sea Beans
IN SEASON NOW! A fresh bean that grows in the sea in the form of a long, pencil thin, cylindrical green stem that may have spherical-shaped, spike-like buds on the ends. Some varieties appear to look like a Chinese long bean while others may look similar to coral. The crisp textured bean stems and leaves can be eaten raw, steamed, boiled, sautéed, or stir-fried to add a unique presentation for fish and seafood dishes. They are often served fresh in salads or can be boiled and served with melted butter for dipping. Pickled sea beans are also available at some specialty markets. Because of their sea-based rearing, they may taste salty or at times, somewhat fishy. To remove the salty flavor, soak the beans in fresh water for 8 to 12 hours and then discard the water before preparing. Also known as glasswort, pickle-plant, pousse-pied, salicornia tips, samphire, and sea asparagus.

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Fresh Spring Onions
Wild spring onions have a better flavor than the store bought ones. They are really good. This is where to buy the wonderful taste of spring! They can be used in any dish that you would use the cultivated ones in or on.
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Fresh Wasabi Root
  • Wasabi is not just for sushi or sashimi.  
  • Wasabi is great with steak, oysters, in white sauces (aioli, crème fresh), mashed potatoes, salad dressings and cold noodle dishes.  (And it’s killer in bloody marys.)
  • Most “wasabi” commonly served is likely just horseradish and green food dye.  
  • It’s possible that you’ve never tasted fresh wasabi.  
  • Fresh wasabi is used as a flavor enhancer such as salt and butter.  
  • Fresh wasabi has a vegetal flavor similar to asparagus or artichoke hearts as well as heat to make flavors really pop.  
  • Fresh, real wasabi rhizomes, leaves and stems are harvested and available year round; fresh from our farm.
  • Our wasabi tastes clean because it is grown in pristine coastal mountain stream water and not soil like some imported wasabi.Our wasabi is not processed such as freeze-dried, grated or containing any additives.  
  • We sell the vegetable, not the powder or paste.Fresh wasabi lasts for approximately two months in its ungrated state.  If it’s kept damp and cold in the refrigerator.  Its heat and flavor is not diminished in this latent state.
  • Genuine Farmed Wasabi root from the USA

Fresh, real wasabi root has a deep vegetal flavor similar to asparagus and artichoke hearts; which is why it pairs so well with so many foods including steak, oysters, noodles, potatoes, matsutake and of course, fish.
So your wasabi is extremely fresh, and it will last for 2 weeks in your refrigerator, sometimes you will need to wait a week after you order to get your wasabi root since they are only harvested 1 x a week, so if you order on a Friday, it may be the following Thursday before we can ship it. If you need it immediately, please call us or email us and see if it is available immediately.
Wrap wasabi in a moist paper towel and keep it moist, and change it every other day.
Do not grate your wasabi until immediately before use. It will lose it's flavor after a 1/2 hour after grated. This does not affect the root itself, only the grated wasabi.
If you see any of the root turning brown, trim that off and throw it away. It will not hurt the rest of the root.
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Fresh White Beech Mushrooms

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 bitterness 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.

Brown Beech- The brown beech mushroom, or Bunashimeji, has a nutty, buttery flavor, and a firm, crunchy texture.

White Beech- Despite its unassuming appearance, the White Beech, or Bunapi, mushroom offers a surprising combination of crunchy texture and smooth, nutty flavor

 

 

 

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Fresh White Oregon Truffles
LIMITED
Oregon Truffles have a different flavor than the imported ones, at a truffle tasting, it was said for the price, Oregon Truffles are worth it. The do not taste like the imported ones, but have an excellent aroma and flavor when used at their peak. 
The price is much more reasonable, the shelf life is about one week. Use when the aroma is apparent.
“The flavoring agent is volatile and fat-soluble, so long cooking simply results in your kitchen smelling very good, but most of the flavor is lost.
We ship Tuesday through Friday
If you do not choose a delivery date, we will ship them as soon as possible, so please check your email for your tracking number every day at 3 pm PST.

  *Please understand  the Oregon Truffles have a mild aroma and flavor. Oregon White truffles, in size, are around the size of a marble. They do not get very big.

Article from Saveur recommended in its issue #170 to go to umami truffle dogs but they don't have any. Our Oregon Truffles are amazing and reasonably priced because we get them directly from the source in Oregon. We are based in Oregon so they are shipped out the day after they are harvested.
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Fresh Wild Asparagus
Fresh wild asparagus from Oregon is much better than what you get in the grocery store, the ones you get in the grocery store can be genetically modified, they grow in other countries, they are not very fresh, since they come from other countries. You don't know when they were harvested, what conditions they grow in.  Our asparagus comes from the wild in Oregon, they have a much better flavor. They are not as firm as the ones in the grocery store though. We know you will enjoy our asparagus! Wild asparagus varies greatly in diameter, some are about the size around as a pencil, or a little smaller. The flavor is way better than the ones you buy in the grocery store. 
When you get your asparagus, cut off the bottom ends of the asparagus and put in water, this makes them stay fresh longer. You store them like you would flowers, make sure to refrigerate them.
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Fresh Wild Chanterelle Mushrooms
These Chanterelles are from Oregon. They are a mixed size.

Due to where they are growing, your chanterelles will vary in moisture content, some are wetter if it rains on the coast, some are drier depending on if it is dry on the coast. We never know one day to the next what they are going to be.
Usually starting mid November, the chanterelles are wet, there is nothing we can do to avoid this. Don't ever wash chanterelles because they absorb water really easily and will become water logged.  Use a soft brush to clean the debris from your chanterelles. When they get bigger they are more brittle, which means they will break in transit, there is nothing we can do about that. Some will break but we do everything we can to minimize the breakage. Do not let your mushrooms sit out side, be sure to put them in the refrigerator as soon as they arrive. If the moisture content is high, wrap your chanterelles in paper towels and then in a hand towel so it soaks up the excess of moisture, the shelf life of chanterelles is 5 -7 days, check them every day because if one goes bad it will spread to the other mushrooms very quickly. You will know because they turn brown or get slimy, slimy is different than being wet. Also they may mold, it is very obvious if they start to mold, they will get black spots or green mold. Just make sure to throw that mushroom away. If you have any questions, please let us know via email and by telephone.
Other names known by: Chanterelle, Fresh Chanterelles, Fresh Yellow Chanterelles, Chanterelles in season, Golden Chanterelle, Cantharellus, Pfefferling, girolle
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Fresh Yellowfoot Mushrooms
They taste exquisite and are versatile. Cantharellus tubaeformis is known as the "suppilovahvero," and is just as popular as the "kanttarelli",  many restaraunts use these as a substitute to the chanterelle. The Yellowfeet Chanterelles are winter mushrooms. If the moisture content is high, wrap your yellow foot in paper towels and then in a hand towel so it soaks up the excess of moisture, the shelf life is 5 -7 days once it starts raining, check them every day because if one goes bad it will spread to the other mushrooms very quickly. You will know because they turn brown or get slimy, slimy is different than being wet. Also they may mold, it is very obvious if they start to mold, they will get black spots or green mold. Just make sure to throw that mushroom away.
 
 
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Frozen Domestic Porcini
These Frozen Domestic Porcini- King Boletes, are a great way to enjoy this meaty mushroom all year. They are awesome cooked the same way you would cook fresh. The texture changes slightly, but the flavor remains.  The domestic porcini is a very mild flavored mushroom. They are great in sauces, stews, gravies, in casseroles and by themselves. 
 
To prepare, allow your mushrooms that you are using to defrost most of the way, and then slice them up and cook them. While they are defrosting (in the fridge preferrably) there may be liquid that comes off of them, this is normal.
Cook them as you would fresh porcini....enjoy!
 
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Frozen Huckleberries
Frozen Huckleberries are a great treat, these sweet, tart berries resemble a blueberry, the flavor is incredible. 1 lb equals 1 1/2  Cups of Frozen Huckleberries. 1 gallon equals 5 lbs. Make shakes, pies, tarts, cobblers and more. Keep in the freezer. 
Understand that huckleberries are from Oregon,  Idaho and Montana. If you are accustomed to huckleberries from different areas, they will probably taste and look different from what you have experienced.
All of our customers LOVE our berries. If you do not specify what region you are accustomed to, we cannot refund your money if they are not what you are use to. The only times we have unhappy customers is when they have had berries from one area and they get huckleberries from somewhere else.
The mountain berries are sweet and tart, whereas the coastal berries are a lot more tart and sweet and smaller than the mountain berries. Let us know in the notes where you have had huckleberries from so we can try to send you huckleberries from that region.
We have a large amount of customers, retail and wholesale, that purchase consistently and they are all very happy with our huckleberries. We carry them year round, and have a huge inventory from last year. All of our berries are from 2017, and we freeze them at their peak, there will probably be a few not ripe ones, it is impossible to pick through to get every huckleberry out. We do our absolute best though.

Huckleberries still have a little stem on them, which you cannot taste. If we tried to take the stems off, the berries would end up turning to mush. We use huckleberries in numerous things, and the stem does not make a difference.

Health Benefits:

  • Huckleberries are associated with lowering cholesterol; protecting against heart diseases, muscular degeneration, glaucoma, varicose veins, and peptic ulcers.
  • High in vitamin C, Huckleberries protect the body against immune deficiencies, cardiovascular diseases, prenatal health problems, and eye diseases.
  • An excellent source of vitamin A and B, huckleberries are great for promoting a healthy metabolism which in turn helps reduce the risk of stroke. They are also known to help stave off macular degeneration as well as viruses and bacteria.
  • Huckleberries are an excellent source of iron which helps build new red blood cells and helps fatigue associated with iron deficiency.
  • The huckleberry ensures proper functioning of nerve and muscle tissues, such as the heart and skeletal muscles, due to its high content of potassium. It also helps regulate water balance and eliminate waste.


Places we sell huckleberries to:
Retail customers
Hops  N Drops
International Gourmet Food
Central Market
Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch
Spokandy
Side Car Doughnuts
Priest Lake Berry Patch
The Heart of Idaho
and many more!






 
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