Interested in buying our mushrooms? From Lion’s Mane to PoHu, we cultivate a variety of gourmet mushrooms for consumption by restaurants, Co-Ops, and local residents. Enjoy the natural bounty of Southern Minnesota, delivered conveniently to your doorstep. 

Winecap Mushrooms - Stropharia rugosa-annulata

These crisp, slightly nutty flavored mushrooms are great for braising, sautéing and grilling. Aside from being a choice edible, Winecaps are also a natural soil builder, weed suppressor and attractive landscape ornamental. They can quickly be grown as an annual on straw, or as a short lived perennial if planted on a denser woody substrate.

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PoHu Oyster - Pleurotus ostreatus

No they don't hail from the ocean, but they're just as tasty as their namesake. Delicate and light with a chewy texture, our cultivated PoHu varieties feature a mild, slightly seafood - like aroma when cooked. Sauté the delicate tops for an excellent shellfish substitute, otherwise add to your favorite stir fry.

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Shiitake Mushroom - Lentinula edodes

Like portabellas, shiitakes have a meaty texture that is accentuated by their earthy, smoky like flavor. With the tough stem removed, try adding them to soups or pasta & rice dishes. For more intense flavor, try dried shiitakes in your recipes.

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Wild Mushrooms & Edible Greens

Morels & Chanterelle, Ramps & more. Foraged from the forests of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Available based on seasonality. 

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Lion's Mane - Hericium erinaceus

White and spherical with soft spines dangling from a hidden base, it's no mystery where the Lion's Mane gets its namesake. The body of the Lion’s Mane can grow from ten to 25 centimeters and the spines can range in size from 4 to 6 cm. When you pull apart the mushroom into bite sized pieces, it resembles king crab or lobster in taste and texture

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Reishi Mushroom - Ganoderma lucidum