Chanterelle Mushrooms - Wild Harvested, Powdered Fungi
Chanterelles are considered "Choice" comparable to Morels, shiitake, Portabella, Oyster Mushrooms and The King Bolete. Weather you are a Culinary Chef, a Home Cook or prefer a Backyard Barbecue, Chanterelles are a treat with any meal.
Harvested in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. No smog, no pollution and rich, nutrient filled soil provide the perfect environment for growing all natural, non GMO mushrooms.
Summer 2021 Harvest Packaged in sealed retail foil pouch, always guaranteed fresh or your money back! Note: Dried Chantrelles lose the golden color once dried. The powder, as shown in the picture, is a tan, brown consistency with the thinner parts drying darker.
Cooking with powdered Chanterelles isn't much different than using the whole mushrooms although please use the powder sparingly. It is highly concentrated when powdered. Sprinkle on Fish, Pasta, Beef or Chicken! Use your favorite spices and cooking oil with the powder for the perfect saute. Get creative!
Chanterelles are high in Iron, Fiber, very high in potassium, and are among the richest sources of vitamin D known! Organic Chanterelle mushrooms are also very rich in Antioxidants which may strengthen the immune system and may help prevent disease.
Chanterelles are considered a Culinary Delicacy, the Wild Harvested variety tend to be quite rare in comparison to the farm cultivated variety. The season to harvest is quite short running from Early June through early August in the Eastern U.S.
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