Wild Foraged Foods

Nature provides us with a vast bounty of wild and edible plants, herbs, fruits, berries, vegetables and greens. We work closely with a large network of sustainable foragers which allows us to continually source new and exciting products. One example of this is our relationship with Running Squirrel, a Cherokee Indian who has been living off of the land in the Cascade Mountains his entire life. His vast foraging knowledge has been passed down from generation to generation by his Cherokee ancestors.

Running Squirrel is famous for hunting down the variety of wild herbs, lettuces and flowers that compose the magnificent Running Squirrel Wild Salad Mix. Wild and foraged foods, like this wild salad mix, are some of the most unique, healthy and boldly flavored ingredients available to chefs. In an age where quality and safety are continually compromised for sales and profit, Mikuni Wild Harvest is able to provide foods that are natural, seasonal and sustainable.

Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food.Hippocrates (C. 460 BC–C. 370 BC)

Mikuni Wild Foraged Foods Program

  • Coastal Huckleberries
  • Mountain Huckleberries
  • Lingonberries
  • Wild Oregon Plums
  • Wild Elderberries
  • Wild Red Currants
  • Wild Black Currants
  • Fiddleheads
  • Ramps
  • Wild Asparagus
  • Cattail Shoots
  • Sea Beans
  • Wild Salad Mix
  • Miner’s Lettuce
  • Wild Watercress
  • Redwood Clover
  • Wood Sorrel
  • Stinging Nettle
  • Wild Bay Laurel Leaf
  • Mustard Flowers
  • Wild Green Onion
  • Licorice Root
  • Queen Anne’s Lace
  • Sassafras Root
  • Tender Fir Bows

Discover the bounty that the forest has to offer. The Mikuni Wild Foraged Foods Program operates throughout the year, though the products offered are subject to seasonal availability. Stay up to date with our current offerings via Twitter or browse the Mikuni Wild Harvest Gourmet Shop.