Our most popular choice, this hearty mushroom with nutty flavour is sure to please.
Perfect for risotto or stir-fry, this mushroom is a hit in European and Asian markets.
White Button Mushrooms
The classic culinary mushroom that is still wildly utilized in North America.
Growing in popularity, this mushroom is very similar to its white counterpart but with a much stronger flavour.
Perfect for barbecue season or year-round for gourmet restaurants, this mushroom is a popular vegetarian alternative to beef patties.
Top-tier wild mushrooms, Morels are highly prized by gourmet chefs worldwide.
Widely used across North America, Europe, and Asia. Strong flavour, meaty texture, pairs well with steak and hearty sauces.
Not a mushroom but a parasitic fungus that grows on other mushrooms turning them an orange colour. Seafood aroma and flavour.
Multiple varities with a range of colours, some have a fruity aroma with a mild peppery taste.
Looks similar to white Chanterelles, when fresh this mushroom has a sweet and nutty flavour.
Sometimes called Black Chanterelle, this mushroom grows naturally in forests across North America, Europe, and parts of Asia.
Black Trumpet Mushrooms
Looks like a head of cauliflower from which it got its name. Aside from culinary uses, they are utilized in traditional Chinese medicine.
Highly sought after. Grows wild in North America, Europe and Asia, it is prized in Asian cuisines.
A parasitic fungus that grows on the sides of Birch and other trees. It has the appearance of burnt charcoal and is often sold in chunks.
High in Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and full of calcium, magnesium, iron, and potassium, they are also a good source of protein.
Young Nettle Tops
Fiddleheads have antioxidant activity, are a source of
fatty acids, and are high in iron and fiber.
Fiddleheads (Ostrich Fern)
Spruce tips have a bright, citrus flavor that works well in both savory and sweet dishes.
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Black Mountain Huckleberries