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Our wild harvested Pacific Northwest dried mushrooms are an excellent addition to add to your favorite dishes. The smaller sized retail packs make it easy to sample a variety of our robust collection of mushroom types. Popular choices include the Morel and Matsutake.
Black Trumpet mushrooms grow wild in forests, cultivated by Mother Nature and are gathered by expert harvesters. Also known as the Black Chanterelle, this elegant mushroom adds wonderful flavor and texture to your favorite dishes. Their smoky, rich flavor is great on its own or paired with meats and seafood.
The Lobster mushroom has a beautiful bright red outside, similar to that of a lobster shell with firm white flesh on the inside. They are popular for their robust flavor which is similar to that of seafood or lobster. Add the Lobster mushroom to your favorite pasta, paella, and chowder recipes to add extra flavor and color. These mushrooms grow wild in forests cultivated by Mother Nature and are gathered by expert harvesters.
Areas that have been disturbed by forest fires and floods are the favorite growing grounds of the delicious, honeycombed Morel. Unlike the false Morel, the true Morel's cap is connected to the stem. Dried Morels take on a smoky flavor and add richness to any dish. One of our favorite ways to use them is in creamy stroganoff sauce poured over noodles or rice.
Enjoy our delicious Northwest Harvest blend from our Pacific Northwest Harvest line which includes a variety of mushrooms including the Porcini, Chanterelle, Black Trumpet, Matsutake, and Lobster. The Northwest Blend offers a complexity of flavors, colors, and textures that will be a great addition to soups, pastas, stuffing, and more. These mushrooms grow wild in forests cultivated by Mother Nature and are gathered by expert harvesters.
The dried Porcini is a top-seller that is a great addition to a variety of dishes. The bold flavor of the Porcini can fill a room with its rich fragrance and is compatible with poultry and stuffings, perfect for the holiday season. These mushrooms grow wild in forests in the Pacific Northwest and are cultivated by Mother Nature and are gathered by expert harvesters.