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  • $78.20

    Morel mushrooms are widely appreciated by gourmets. They are among the most treasured of all the wild harvest mushrooms because of their superb taste and elusiveness. The fresh morel season typically runs from March through July. Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Whole Package: Plastic Bag Vitamis and Minerals Macronutrients Promotes liver health

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    Chaga is the most powerful sought after mushroom on earth. It’s one of the highest, if not the highest, antioxidants in the world and it’s documented extensively for having numerous health benefits. Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Chunks Package: Polyethylene bag

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  • $166.60

    Morel mushrooms are widely appreciated by gourmets. They are among the most treasured of all the wild harvest mushrooms because of their superb taste and elusiveness. The fresh morel season typically runs from March through July. Weight: 1 lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Whole Package: Plastic Bag Vitamins and Minerals Macronutrients Promotes liver health

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  • $18.88

    Black Trumpet mushroom elegantly known as Horn of Plenty is considered a great delicacy. They are wonderfully fragrant and have a potent woodsy flavor. Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Whole Package: Plastic bag Excellent flavor and texture Top quality dried mushrooms Highly aromatic Intense Flavor

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  • $8.78

    Maitake are indigenous to North America, Japan and China. Traditionally called 'butterflies dancing', 'dancing mushroom', or 'Hen of the woods'. Today wild maitake are a rare find. Maitake mushrooms can promote weight loss and decrease obesity when combined with light exercise. Weight: 2 oz. Pieces: Whole Package: Polyethylene bag Excellent Source of...

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  • $6.56

    Turkey tail is a common polypore bracket fungi that is easy to recognize. In Asia, turkey tail is a highly regarded medicinal herb. In China, it is called Yun Zhi, and in Japan, Kawaratake—“cloud mushroom,” and goes by the scientific name (Coriolus versicolor). Pieces: Whole Package: Plastic Bag Fights Cancer, Infections, liver ailments

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  • $24.74

    Oyster mushrooms, similar to the Chanterelle but with a more delicate flavor and coloring, have a mild mushroomy, licorice or anise aroma, a wonderful fleshy texture, and are a staple ingredient in many Asian dishes. Weight: 1 Lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Whole Package: Polyethylene bag

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  • $54.89

    Dried Chanterelle mushrooms have a lovely aroma that can be described as fruity and apricot like. These rare mushrooms have a taste that can be described as fruity and nutty with peppery notes. Weight: 1 lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Whole Package: Polyethylene bag Pleasant Aroma Fruity Notes.

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  • $32.19

    Porcini (Boletus Edulis) mushrooms are definitely the most desirable of the Boletes mushrooms for cooking and eating. Porcini is one of the finest mushrooms around and exceptionally delicious, strongly flavored with subtle undertones Weight: 1 lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Powder Color: Light brown. Package: Polyethylene bag

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    Portabella Mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) are an extremely large, round, firm, dark brown Mushroom. This type of mushroom is the fully mature form of the White Button Mushroom and it measures between 5 and 8 inches in diameter Weight: 2 oz. Pieces: Sliced Package: Plastic bag Contains selenium & copper Rich in phosphorus and potassium

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    The arbol chile is a long, slender and hot pepper, and commonly used in Mexican salsas. Just crush a few and add to soups, Mexican food dishes, sauces, or add a little water, or beer to rehydrate the chilis and us them in place of fresh peppers. Weight: 1 Lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Whole pepper pod Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 15,000 - 30,000 (hot)

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    Dried Boletus Luteus or Chilean, as is commonly known, is renowned for its delicious and concentrate flavor. These mushrooms belongs to the Boletaceae Family. Boletes are among the most common, widespread groups of wild mushrooms Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Whole Package: Polyethylene bag (FDA & USDA Approved) High in protein, and Vitamins Contains lots of...

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  • $29.85

    Porcini (Boletus Edulis) mushrooms are definitely the most desirable of the Boletes mushrooms for cooking and eating. Porcini is one of the finest mushrooms around and exceptionally delicious, strongly flavored with subtle undertones Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Sliced (big size pieces) Color: Light brown tones. Package: Polyethylene bag

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  • $9.50

    Almost magical, these mushrooms are very rare. From a group of 10,000 aged trees, only two or three produce the network of fungus that can grow Reishi mushrooms. These mushrooms are known as the “King of Herbs”. Ganoderma Lucidum is a polypore mushroom also known as Lingzhi in China and as Reishi in Japan. Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Sliced Package:...

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  • $45.99

    Porcini (Boletus Edulis) mushrooms are definitely the most desirable of the Boletes mushrooms for cooking and eating. Porcini is one of the finest mushrooms around and exceptionally delicious, strongly flavored with subtle undertones Pieces: Sliced (medium size pieces) Color: Light brown with dark brown tones. Package: Polyethylene bag

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  • $12.93

    Lion's mane, or Hericium erinaceus, is one of the more interesting looking types of mushrooms out there. In place of the traditional mushroom cap is a large clump of teeth, which are spine-like structures a few millimeters long. Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Whole Package: Plastic bag Excellent flavor and texture Top quality dried mushrooms Highly aromatic...

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