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Dried Mushrooms – Gaspesian Blend

9,50  7,49 

Gaspésie Sauvage

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Description

Blend of three varieties of wild mushrooms gathered around the village of Douglastown in Gaspésie! Perfect for discovering dried mushrooms, but expect to feel an irresistible desire for a walk in the forest!

Advice

Drying: is a traditional preservation method that has existed for centuries. The dehydration of wild mushrooms accentuates their flavours and aromas.

28g of dehydrated mushrooms correspond to about 300g of fresh harvested mushrooms.

You can use them in soups, stuffings, gratins… They perfectly accompany pasta, rice, potatoes, semolina, etc…

Ideas to cook: Place the dried mushrooms for at least 30 minutes in a hot liquid (water, broth, …) then drain. • Keep this liquid to flavour your soups or prepare a sauce!

On each package, you’ll find a recipe on the back of the label!

Conservation: In a dry place

Lifespan of 2 years. Gaspésie Sauvage is the master of wild mushrooms and other wonders of nature in Quebec. Directly picked by connoisseurs, in total respect of the environment, wild mushrooms, berries, flowers, plants, seeds, and also seaweed, are dried, processed and packaged as close to their nature. “Live better with less, know what is essential, abandon the superfluous, learn again self-sufficiency, appreciate the simplicity and the beauty of things”: it is the art of life of Catherine Jacob, Gérard Mathar and their three children.

Gaspésie Sauvage donates 1% of its profits for the protection of the environment.

Composition:

Hypomyces lactifluorum, Catathelasma ventricosa and Albatrellus ovinus.

This product has been collected in its natural environment in respect of its environment, and has not undergone any insecticide treatment.

Gaspésie Sauvage products are packaged in 40% recycled paper bags, 25% of which comes from post-consumer products.

Additional information

Weight 0.095 kg
Brand

Gaspésie Sauvage

Quantity

28g , correspond to about 300g of fresh harvested mushrooms.

Origin

Gaspésie, Quebec