Use a pinch of this umami seasoning salt to enhance any dish. Made with dehydrated mushrooms, nori, and grey salt, it's bursting with flavor but only takes minutes to make. You'll want to put it on everything!
Savory Quiche with Wild Mushrooms, Sautéed Leeks, and Italian Sausage Quiche is a simple, dish that is as suitable for just about any meal and occasion. It's custardy, meaty, earthy, and a bit of creamy fontina takes it to the next level of deliciousness.
This soup is extremely creamy and filled with nutritious late spring & early summer vegetables and decadent morel mushroom broth. The ingredients, carry young, fresh, unique flavors not found later in the season—ingredients like green garlic!
If you want that earthy morel flavor but the mushrooms aren't in season, using dried morels is a great option. Cooking with the dried version can be quite a different experience, though. Here are some of our top tips for working with these prized delights.
Morels may only be in season for a short time but that doesn't mean you have to forgo this culinary delight. Dried morels bounce right back to their original shape and maintain their flavor when rehydrated. Try this recipe for lemon, kale, & mascarpone stuffed morels and you'll see for yourself.
Spice and other edible ingredients have been being used as natural remedies long before the advent of western medicine. This post contains a roundup of some of our favorite ingredients that taste great and have some incredible healing properties.
The final recipe in our series of healthy vanilla bean recipes, Vegan Vanilla Mushroom Mole combines the earthiness of morel mushrooms, fragrant vanilla, Ceylon cinnamon, poblano peppers, and traditional Mexican spices. It’s filled with antioxidants and is gluten free, low carb, vegan (so obviously dairy free, too), and, nut free, so it will satisfy most dietary restrictions!