Shiitake Mushrooms (Lentinula Edodes) one of the most commonly cultivated gourmet mushrooms in the world. Aside from being a culinary delight, this mushroom is a powerful mega food. Shiitake is high in vitamin D, as well as, all of the essential amino acids! One of them being a particular amino acid called eritadenine, which is believed to lower cholesterol. Also regarded for beta-glucan lentinan a pure polysaccharide made up of carbon,oxygen, and hydrogen, which has a strong capability to boost the immune system, stimulate T-cells, B-cells, NK cells, and macrophages.
Oyster Mushrooms are known for their many beautiful colors! We grow pink, white, blue, grey and yellow species. Each has a unique taste and are household favorites due to their distinct flavors.
Great for a variety of international cuisines, with popularity in Asian dishes, soups and sauces.
Lion's Mane Mushrooms get their name from the shaggy look that resembles a lion's mane as they grow. They're used for both culinary and medical purposes. Prepared raw, cooked, dried or even boiled as a tea! It's flavor is similar to seafood, like crab or lobster. Some studies have found eating these mushrooms help boost mental functioning.
Pioppino Mushrooms are known for their meaty and nutty flavor. Natural health properties, known to reduce nausea, fevers and headaches. Great for soups, marinated meat dishes, tempura, white sauces etc. Exquisite taste fresh or dried, as it can be stored up to six months and preseves it''s unique, delicious flavor!
Reishi Mushrooms are known to have fascinating natural health benefits. These mushrooms are known to have the ability to help boost energy, lower stress and reduce blood pressure. In addition, sometimes used for
purposes of detoxing the body.
Chestnut Mushrooms are known for their meaty texture and mild, sweet flavor. These mushrooms are favored by chefs and popularly used in soups, stews and casseroles. Perfect for sauteing and simmering in sauces to deliver a hearty flavor!