Edible Mushrooms & Wild Food Forage
Answer the call of nature
Modern foragers find few things more exciting than walking into the forest and locating our own delicious source of wild edibles. Driven by the thrill of the hunt we can walk, hike, bike or drive miles upon miles to locate that special, hidden cache of edible mushrooms or wild foods. Nature’s rewards are always well worth the effort.
Year of the Chaga Trent and I visited Minnesota twice in 2020. We have a family cabin in the Northwoods near Grand Rapids, MN. I have been visiting my late grandparent’s cabin at Beaver Bay for as long as I can remember. It’s a special place loaded with fond childhood memories and connectedness to nature. […]
Details on how we make our medicinal mushroom tinctures with a dual extraction: reishi, cordycep, lion's mane, turkey tail, chaga, artist's conk and more...
Thinking about Christmas gifts for your favorite mushroom hunter? Here's a list of 57 foraging products we love.
Hunting the mystical matsutake each fall in the Oregon dunes has becoming a tradition for us. Last year we found matsutake in Colorado for the first time and had a blast immersing ourselves in cooking. There is so much lore surrounding this particular mushroom, it's hard to know where to even start the discussion.
The modern forager …
loves and respects nature
is curious, adventurous and resourceful
is patient, careful and well-educated
is thrilled by the hunt
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