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Cultivated & Foraged Mushrooms

Cultivated & Foraged Mushrooms

  • $25.99

    Easily identified by their thick creamy white unique shape and small, brown cap, these mushrooms are dense and spongy but lack flavor. They are best utilized for their texture, paired with legumes, grains, seafood and white meat; try adding flavor with Asian greens, ginger, chiles, soy or garlic.

    1 lb.
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    Distinguished by its mild, shellfish flavor, these mushrooms retain their crunch even through cooking. Sauté on high heat to yield the most flavor, and use as an addition to seafood soups, bisques, stews sauces, or fries.

    1 lb.
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  • $21.99

    Also known as the "poor man's truffle" for their appearance, these wild mushrooms have rich, buttery flavor, velvety texture and a fruity aroma. Use these in any recipe to replace black trumpets, especially in egg dishes or with dairy sauces; they complement game, pheasant and venison extremely well.

    1 lb.
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  • $35.99

    Named for its lilac stained stem and purple wavy gills, the blue foot has a strong earthy flavor and soft texture. In order to retain shape and texture, grill or oven roast and use with a light sauce for poultry to seafood and pair with bold flavored vegetables.

    1 lb.
  • $49.99

    Distinguished by its mild, shellfish flavor, these mushrooms retain their crunch even through cooking. Sauté on high heat to yield the most flavor, and use as an addition to seafood soups, bisques, stews sauces, or fries.

    1 lb.
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  • $9.99

    These petite, globe-shaped mushroom caps have piquant, sharp flavors raw, but soften to mild and nutty when cooked. Best prepared cooked, try these mushrooms roasted, steamed or sautéed.

    3.5 oz.
  • $45.99

    This highly regarded mushroom is a type of porcini with a large cap, characterized by rubes, rather than gills, with nutty flavor, and creamy texture. Their distinctly strong flavor works well paired with fresh herbs, dried fruits and milk cheeses, while its meaty texture allows it to hold up to roasting, sautéing and braising; try it in pastas, rice, or meat stews.

    1 lb.
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    This mix of fresh wild mushrooms combines rich, meaty textures and delicate, woodsy flavors and aromas. Conveniently packaged for use in any mushroom recipe, this mix makes it easy to yield a variety of rare, wild mushrooms in any dish.

    1 lb.
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  • $24.99

    Named for its chicken-like texture, this mushroom has a slight flavor that will change depending upon additional ingredients within a dish. It is best to slow cook for a long period of time in order to make the texture more palatable, for using in pastas, soups and stews.

    1 lb.
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    The fried chicken mushroom, popularized by Asian cuisine, has a sweet flavor; chewy texture and thickening properties much like okra. It is best when used in soups, stews and sauces, but does not deliver when prepared incorrectly, such as sautéed with onions and garlic.

    1 lb.
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  • $43.99

    Reminiscent of Chanterelle mushrooms, the Hedgehog also has a nutty, peppery, fruity flavor and rich, meaty texture which can be preserved well, making it ideal for canning. It may also be used as a substitute for Chanterelle with butter, garlic, cream and fresh herbs to best complement its flavor.

    1 lb.
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  • $20.99

    Named for its chicken-like texture, this mushroom has a slight flavor that will change depending upon additional ingredients within a dish. It is best to slow cook for a long period of time in order to make the texture more palatable, for using in pastas, soups and stews.

    1 lb.
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  • $21.99

    This moist, meaty mushroom native to Massachusetts has a mild flavor. Use it as a meat substitute, sauté, or add to soups to create a slight silkiness.

    1 lb.
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  • $37.99

    One of the most flavorful mushrooms, these are overflowing with rich, fruity layered flavor within their granular and brittle flesh. In order to combat their odd mouthfeel, try using them in soups, sliced thin, or blended, as they will hold their texture after cooking.

    1 lb.
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  • $39.99

    These rugged-looking mushrooms have a crunchy texture and distinctive spicy flavor with a pine-like smell. Its aroma lends it best to simple recipes such as broth, rice dishes, or seaweed salads.

    1 lb.
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  • $57.99

    Easily identified by its distinctive honeycomb-like spores and unique woodsy aroma, these mushrooms have a meaty texture and earthly flavor. They must be cooked only slightly to showcase their flavor; try them in a simple sauté with cream or wine sauces over pasta or as a side dish to a meat course.

    1 lb.
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  • $53.99

    Easily identified by its distinctive honeycomb-like spores and unique woodsy aroma, these mushrooms have a meaty texture and earthly flavor. They must be cooked only slightly to showcase their flavor; try them in a simple sauté with cream or wine sauces over pasta or as a side dish to a meat course.

    1 lb.
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  • $29.99

    This small, bell-like mushroom has fleshy texture and an earthy flavor. Able to endure long cooking times, this mushroom works well to pair with meat and poultry dishes, enhanced by grassy greens, herbs, and cheeses.

    1 lb.
  • $23.99

    Named "slimy mushroom" this fungus is popular in Japanese recipes as a natural thickener with a mellow, earthy flavor with hints of cashew. Although commonly found in miso soup, they can be used in pastas, on pizzas, or as a complement to green vegetables or red meat.

    1 lb.
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  • $25.99

    This large, firm mushroom has rich, sweet flavor and extremely tender texture. Enjoy its unique attributes by keeping it simple: brush with olive oil, grill and finish with lemon and garlic.

    1 lb.
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