Black trumpet mushrooms are the most flavorful and unique of all the wild winter mushrooms. You will find the texture of this mushroom, very versatile and appealing. With a unique color and earthy flavor, they will add depth to your favorite dishes. Cook with fresh herbs, white wine and cream and serve on top of some fresh pasta for a delicious and simple treat.
Our black trumpet mushrooms are sustainably foraged in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and Canada.
How to Store and Handle Dried Wild Mushrooms
- Dried wild mushrooms can be reconstituted by placing them in a bowl with warm water, wine or stock. Mushrooms should rehydrate in 15-20 minutes and then be strained in a colander to remove any excess liquid and debris.
- Once reconstituted, the wild mushrooms will yield about 6-8 times their dried weight.
- Unused dried mushrooms should be kept in air tight packaging once opened in order to reduce their exposure to unwanted moisture.
- Wild mushrooms will last for months when stored in a dry area away from direct sunlight.