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Maitake Dried Mushrooms are All Natural, good keepers and easy to reconstitute giving your cooking tremendous flavors. Order today.


Maitake Mushrooms Dried


When we learned how to grow Shiitake Mushrooms we went on to others and one of our favorites is the Maitake Mushroom which is also known as Hen-of-the-Woods, Sheep's Head, Ram's Head, Dancing Mushroom, King of Mushrooms, Monkey's Bench or Shelf Fungi

We dry and hand pack this ingredient, an All Natural Gourmet Maitake Mushroom, to create a rich, intense mushroom taste and earthy aromatic flavor.

Over the years of cooking with mushrooms we have found that Maitake Mushrooms pair well with hearty stews, meat, rice dishes, soups and stir-fry.

We have also discovered this is a very useful substitute for Mushroom Powder Blend, Shiitake Mushrooms Dried, Porcini Mushrooms Dried, Oyster Mushrooms Dried and Forest Blend Dried Mushrooms.

On the healthy issue side Hen-of-the-Woods Mushrooms have been used in Eastern medicine for strengthening the immune system. Maitake is rich in minerals (potassium, calcium, and magnesium), vitamins (B2, D2 and niacin), fiber and amino acids.

Preparation: To reconstitute mushrooms, rinse under cold water, then place mushrooms in a bowl, cover with boiling water and soak for 15-20 minutes. Or add to a dish that will cook for at least 20 minutes. Drain the mushrooms and enjoy.
Did you know that mushrooms don't need sunshine to grow and thrive. Some of the earliest commercial mushroom farms were actually set up in caves in France during the reign of King Louis XIV (1638-1715).

 1 oz. Sampler $9.90

4 oz. package $29.99

16 oz. package $89.75

5 lbs. $359.00

10 lbs $599.00

50 lbs. $1,699.00

Order today and get free shipping, a free herb, herb blend, tea sampler or heirloom seed of our choice.

We thank you in advance as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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