Wild Mushrooms

Wild Mushrooms

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Wild Natural Canadian Mountain Matsutake

Tricholoma magnivelare is also known as Pine Mushroom, Ponderosa Mushroom

Availability: October – December

Origin: Canadian West Coast Mountains

Matsutake mushrooms have been revered by the Japanese for over 1000 years and until the 17th century, was consumed only by members of the imperial court. The highly prized Matsutake mushroom is quite possibly one of the most distinct mushrooms. The texture and aroma of this mushroom are totally intoxicating. With a defined firmness and crunch, they will add amazing flavor and aroma to broths and rice dishes. Grilling them and serving with fish is also another delicious options.

Our Matsutake mushrooms are sustainably foraged on the west coast of Canada.


Morel Mushroom

Morchella esculenta is also known as sponge mushroom, merkels and molly moochers.

Availability: April – July

Origin: Canadian West Coast Mountains

Fresh or dried, morels are among the most prized of the wild mushrooms found in North America. From the best kitchens and the most celebrated chefs in Europe, the United States and Canada, to home cooks and food lovers, morels are always a welcome treat. Morels need to be rinsed or brushed thoroughly to ensure all sand is removed.

Our morel mushrooms are sustainably foraged in Canada.

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Chanterelle Mushroom

Cantharellus cibarius is also known as Chanterelle Mushroom or Girolle

Availability: July – February

Origin: Canadian West Coast Mountains

The Chanterelle mushroom is one of the few mushrooms that you truly can pair with anything. From fish and steak to chicken and game, they are the most versatile of the wild mushrooms. Cook with fresh herbs, white wine and cream and serve on top of some fresh pasta for a delicious and simple treat.