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KRT - Oyster Mushroom
This cold loving and veracious strain of oyster mushroom was cloned from a single giant cap from a multi cap cluster found growing wild on a friends property here in Michigan. Oyster mushrooms have a more mild nutty flavor with a chewy seafood like texture.
Heirloom varieties with exceptional flavor! Delicious in every dish best when well-browned or grilled. Stir fry, pizza, eggs, mushroom tacos, and so much more!
These cold loving saprophyte is truly beautiful. We grow them on sterilized hardwood blocks. They are mild in flavor and can either be the star of the show or take on the flavors of a larger dish. Check out our Mycophile's Garden Lion's Mane Grow Kits
Slightly sticky caps and a mild nutty flavor. These mushrooms provide a mild thickening for soups and sauces.
King Oyster Mushroom
Edible from cap to stem! Cut mushroom steaks from the thickest ones. Cut into thin slices and cook on medium to low heat till crispy and you will have the most savory delicious treat.
Find this for sale at you local Farmers Market. Farmer's Market Schedule
These are so cool looking. They do have a little shorter shelf life so look for them exclusively at our farmers markets. Great in stir fry, broth based mushroom soups, sauces and stews. Try this truly unique mushroom!
A Delicious Bounty from Michigan's Forests!
Chaga - Inonotus obliquus
These hard mushrooms are dried and ground/chopped up and brewed into a mushroom tea. Some people believe there are certain medicinal properties and some just like to drink it with some honey. You do the reading. We'll sell the mushrooms.
Chicken of the Woods (COW)
These are often a fledgling mushroom hunters first find. The bright yellow and orange mushroom can grow in HUGE clusters. They taste like chicken. Seriously. We make shredded "chicken" chili it is delightful. We cook pieces low and slow and then shred once soft and add the rest of the ingredients. It takes time though. Cook low and slow.
A mycorrhizal l mushroom growing symbiotically with trees. I love them with eggs. Also check out their false gills. They are so cool looking.
Not quite an onion. Not quite garlic. Kind of a bit of both. Bring yourself some truly tasty veggies from the Michigan woods.
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Do you have private land with a bounty of fungus. We buy ethically foraged mushrooms. Contact us for our forager requirements and guidelines on salable mushrooms.
Ask about selling your ethically foraged mushrooms at your local Farmers Market. Farmer's Market Schedule