WILD HARVESTED MUSHROOMS

 

 

2 Angels Mushrooms offers a variety of delicious gourmet, wild-crafted mushrooms as they are available in season. There are many types of mushrooms that simply cannot be farm raised. When they are in season, we will often harvest these delicious treats and bring them to market. Join our email list to stay informed. Click the photos to expand them for more information about some of the wild mushrooms native to our area that we forage.

 

Each mushroom has a distinctly different flavor and texture that lends itself better to certain dishes, ingredients, and cooking methods. Be sure to check our Recipe pages for cooking suggestions.

Maitake
Maitake

A fall favorite that is amazing. It has a unique flavor that you will love. Look for this in October normally.

Golden Chanterelles
Golden Chanterelles

A chef favorite, look for Chanterelles at our market booth in the summer. They are a personal favorite of ours!

Morel Mushroom
Morel Mushroom

The Cadillac of mushrooms. The taste of these spring time favorites are beyond compare.

Veiled Oyster
Veiled Oyster

A firm mushroom often found in early spring.

Cauliflower Mushroom
Cauliflower Mushroom

A fall favorite with a nutty flavor

Chicken of the Woods
Chicken of the Woods

A firm mushroom with a flavor and texture exactly like chicken. Makes an excellent meat substitute. Look for recipes on our "Chicken of the Woods" recipe page.

Golden Chanterelle
Golden Chanterelle

A beautiful example of an enormous Chanterelle

Black Trumpet
Black Trumpet
Dryad's Saddle (Pheasant Back)
Dryad's Saddle (Pheasant Back)

An early spring and fall mushroom with an unusual springy texture and a flavor similar to watermelon rind or cucumber. Look for recipes on the Miscellaneous Mushroom Recipes page.

Chicken of the Wood
Chicken of the Wood

You are wondering, right? Yes, it really does taste like chicken. With its wonderful flavor and firm meaty texture, this mushroom is a great meat substitute.

Puffball
Puffball

Look for these in late summer/early fall

Turkey Tail
Turkey Tail

This is not an edible mushroom, but is a medicinal mushroom. To receive its health benefits, one makes a tea