If you’re trying to cut back on your meat intake, or avoid it altogether, mushrooms are a terrific way to add hearty texture and essential vitamins and minerals into your diet. They also provide dietary fiber, which is something you can’t get from meat. Morel mushrooms are a particularly apt substitute as they are packed with iron, phosphorous, and protein and have a savory, complex flavor. Wild-harvested in the late spring to summer months, these fungi look like bizarre inedible sponges, but when cooked, they add delicious flavor to soups, ris
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Established in 1995 in Eugene, Oregon, part of our mission has always been to increase awareness of the symbiotic relationship between wild fungi, healthy forest ecosystems, and their mutual sustainability. Since then our mission has broadened to include even more wild species, as well as certified organic cultivated foods. Most of our wild products are harvested from the biologically rich temperate forests of the Cascadia bioregion.
We are proud to play a role in encouraging sustainable wildcrafting by the scores of dedicated foragers who g
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Serving Size: 2
Servings Per Container: 1/4 oz (7g)
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