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Weekend Special 2 1/2 LB WYC Box


Gymnopilus luteofolius live culture on agar

Gymnopilus luteofolius live culture on agar

2lb box- Royal Trumpet & Lion Mane


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Trumpet Royale has a wonderful savory flavor, a firm, meaty texture, and an amazing shelf life. Chefs in some of the country’s finest restaurants have remarked on its versatility and will often use it in place of wild mushrooms. 2lb box- Royal Trumpet & Lion Mane

It has a great range of flavors, depending on the preparation style. It can be sautéed, grilled, braised, stewed, or broiled. Unlike many mushrooms, the stem has the same wonderful texture and flavor as the cap – nothing is wasted.

The stem may be sliced into medallions and prepared like seared scallops. Trumpet Royale offers endless opportunities for creativity! Certified organic by QAI.

Firm porcini-like texture, its savory richness is emphasized by high-heat cooking. Sautéed with butter, it pairs with Chardonnay. Grilled or roasted with olive oil, pair it with Syrah. With meats, try with Pinot Noir or Zinfandel. It likes cream, walnut, sherry, parmesan, rosemary, and balsamic.

Grown by Gourmet Mushrooms – Mycopia in California & Michigan, USA

What Are King Oyster Mushrooms?

King oyster mushrooms, also known as king trumpet mushrooms or French horn mushrooms, are native to the Mediterranean regions of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa and are cultivated widely throughout Asia, where they’re popular ingredients in Chinese, Japanese and Korean cuisines. Their dense, chewy texture makes them a popular substitute for meat and seafood.

King oyster mushrooms grow to 8 inches long and 2 inches in diameter, with thick, meaty stems. They have bright white stalks and tan or brown caps. Unlike many mushrooms, whose stems become tough and woody, king oyster mushroom stems are firm and dense but completely edible. Indeed, slicing the stems into rounds and sautéeing them yields something resembling sea scallops in texture and appearance, which is why they’re sometimes referred to as “vegan scallops.”

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