Foraged Wild Chanterelle Mushrooms (2 lbs)
As good as gold.
Freshly foraged wild mushrooms? Count us in. Chanterelles can be a rare find; luckily, the folks at Mikuni have done all the gathering for us. With their earthy, peppery, apricot-like flavor, these golden buttons will pair right up with whatever happens to be on the menu—steak, fish, chicken...the works. Mikuni’s advice: Sauté ‘em with some fresh herbs, swirl in a bit of white wine and cream, and pour it all over fresh pasta (then prepare for all the oohs and ahhs).
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Details & Materials +-
Mushrooms are foraged in the US Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, Canada.
Fresh wild Chanterelle mushrooms.
Each order includes 2lbs of mushrooms.
Care & Notes +-
Wild mushrooms should be kept in the refrigerator in a paper bag.
As a rule, clean the wild mushrooms as you need them, ideally without water. Paring knives, mushroom brushes, and tea towels can all be used to remove debris.
Wild mushrooms will usually last about a week in the refrigerator, but are best consumed within the first three days. If the wild mushrooms you receive are a little damp, allow them to air dry in the refrigerator.
It is not uncommon to find the occasional bug on a wild mushroom, simply wipe it off and know that the mushroom is still perfectly safe and delicious to eat. Mushrooms should be fully cooked prior to eating.
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