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Maitake Mushrooms


Maitake Mushrooms
Maitake Mushrooms 1

Maitake Mushrooms

$5.995.99
.25 lb
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$5.99
.25 lb
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Maitake Mushrooms, also known as Hen of the Woods, present a unique, ruffled appearance, resembling the plumage of a feathered hen. These fungi boast overlapping layers of fan-shaped caps, with edges that curl slightly and a meaty, succulent texture. Their color ranges from tan to deep brown and when cooked, they offer a rich, earthy flavor with a hint of peppery zest. Maitakes are prized in the culinary world for their ability to add depth and complexity to dishes, excellent when sautéed, grilled, or roasted. These mushrooms are a delightful addition to risottos, stir-fries, pasta dishes, and soups, and they are known to contain vitamins B and D, minerals such as potassium, and fibers that support overall health.
Maitake Mushrooms, also known as Hen of the Woods, present a unique, ruffled appearance, resembling the plumage of a feathered hen. These fungi boast overlapping layers of fan-shaped caps, with edges that curl slightly and a meaty, succulent texture. Their color ranges from tan to deep brown and when cooked, they offer a rich, earthy flavor with a hint of peppery zest. Maitakes are prized in the culinary world for their ability to add depth and complexity to dishes, excellent when sautéed, grilled, or roasted. These mushrooms are a delightful addition to risottos, stir-fries, pasta dishes, and soups, and they are known to contain vitamins B and D, minerals such as potassium, and fibers that support overall health.
About the Producer
It began over 35 years ago, with a man discovering a patch of wild morel mushrooms growing near his family farm in the Columbia River Gorge. A farmer and mill-worker, John Anderson, along with his wife Wanda, had a love of good food, great respect for nature and an ethic of sustainability.

With no fear of getting their hands dirty. John and Wanda began carefully foraging and selling morels to the best local restaurants. Word spread and Foods In Season was born. Today, the Andersons distribute an impressive line of products to top chefs, retailers and distributors all across America. Explore >
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