A delightfully unique and flavorful assortment of wild, forest mushrooms, are assembled into convenient one-pound packages. Dried to intensify flavor and extend shelf life, they’re a true pantry staple and a delicious addition to any busy kitchen. When presented alone each of these mushrooms boasts its own uniquely delicious qualities, but when mixed combine to create something truly spectacular. Browse through our assortment of forest mushrooms along with all our other gourmet options for some culinary inspiration and a delightful taste of great ingredients offered at their finest!
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Our signature blend of forest mushrooms is the key to exceptional stir-frys, flavorful sauces, intensely tasty soups, and all manner of other gastronomic possibilities. An umami bomb this combination is the answer when it comes to infusing your recipes with deeply savory flavor.
How to Cook Dried Mushrooms
The flavors of mushrooms are more concentrated when they’re dried, making them especially good for adding complexity and dimension to your broths, stews, and sauces. Rehydrate them in a bowl of hot water before adding to risottos, savory pies, ramen, and anything else in need of an infusion of umami. Still dehydrated, they make a flavorful garnish grated over anything from cream of mushroom soup to egg salad. The sky, and personal preference, are the only limits when it comes to this delightful dried mushroom blend.
How to Store Dried Mushrooms
Dried mushrooms keep best in a sealed plastic bag or an airtight container. Just as they grow best in the dark, mushrooms also keep the best in a dark cool environment. The back of your cupboard or even your freezer makes for an ideal place to store dried mushrooms. The only real threat to dried mushrooms is moisture, so be sure to keep them in a well-sealed container in a dry location. Barring the calamity of the odd bug finding its way into your pantry, our dried mushrooms should keep well like this indefinitely.