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Our high quality USA grown dried mushrooms are a great addition to your favorite recipes including soups, pastas, stews, and more! These fine mushrooms are sourced from different regions around the United States including the Pacific Northwest.
Maitake mushrooms are commonly referred to as "Hen of the Woods" because the petals resemble plumage.Maitake mushrooms impart a unique nutty flavor when sauteed and is delicious when paired with chicken, rice, and pasta.This dried mushroom is also great for adding to hot pot, a variety of East Asian stews, since the texture holds well in simmering stock. This gourmet bulk package allows for easy use all year long.
The portobello mushroom is the largest of the cultivated mushrooms and is actually a mature crimini.This mushroom has a bold flavor and a hearty texture which makes it commonly used as a meat substitute due to its meaty texture.Add dried portobello mushrooms to pasta sauces, stir-fries, or pair it with your favorite seafood items. This bulk size makes our organic portobello mushrooms available to use all year long.
Areas that have been disturbed by forest fires and floods are the favorite growing grounds of the delicious, honeycombed morel mushroom. Unlike the false morel, the true morel's cap is connected to the stem.Dried morel mushrooms take on a smoky flavor and adds richness to any dish. One of our favorite ways to use them is in a sour cream stroganoff sauce and pouring over noodles or rice.We search for the best premium quality morel mushrooms and make them available for your kitchen all year long...
Dried portobello mushrooms have a bold flavor and a hearty texture which makes it commonly used as a meat substitute. The delicious meaty cap also makes it ideal for grilling and broiling.The portobello mushroom is the largest of the cultivated mushrooms and is actually a mature crimini.Try replacing meat in stews and soups with dried portobello mushrooms or add it alongside meat for extra texture.
Maitake is commonly referred to as "Hen of the Woods" because the petals resemble plumage.This delicious morsel is very high in protein (27%), contains 15 amino acids and is being studied for its positive effect on the immune system.A favorite to many, the Maitake imparts a unique nutty flavor when sauteed and is delicious when paired with chicken, rice and pasta.