This hearty soup combines the nutty goodness of Northern Wild Rice with a delicious blend of hand-harvested, fire-dried wild mushrooms. True wild rice and wild mushrooms are not farmed or cultivated, so they’ve got more flavour and more nutrients. The rice is sprouted so all you do is add a couple of staple ingredients for a quick, fabulous soup that serves 4.
Ingredients: Organic Sprouted Canadian Wild Rice, potato flakes, wildcrafted mushrooms, nutritional yeast, wildcrafted mushroom powder, wildcrafted stinging nettle leaf, parsley, garlic, onion, sea salt, white pepper, bay leaf.
What’s the secret to a great wild mushroom soup? Great wild mushrooms. This soup mix contains a blend of hand-harvested, fire-dried wild mushrooms. True wild mushrooms cannot be farmed or cultivated, so they’ve got more flavour and more nutrients. Surround that goodness with some basic ingredients and you’ll be savouring a light yet rich tasting wild take on a traditional European soup. Serves 4 and merits a scrumptious loaf of fresh bread.
Ingredients: Potato flakes, wild mushrooms (porcini, morel, chanterelle), spices (onion, garlic, bay leaf, sea salt, parsley, wild nettle, white pepper).
Mmmm mushroom risotto, delicious, rich, easy. Easy? Yes. Our no-stir risotto lets you use your triceps for wine sipping as you sit back and let the taste of Italy arise out of your kitchen. Porcini, the classic risotto mushroom, means ‘little piggies’ in Italian and refers to their plump, full shape. Their full flavour is concentrated when dried requiring little else to impress the palette. Serves 4 as a side, or if you like it as much as we do, 2 as a main.
Ingredients: Italian style rice, wild porcini mushrooms, onion flakes, vegetarian – gluten free soup base (maltodextrin, hydrolyzed plan protein (soy and corn), flavour, dehydrated vegetable (onions, garlic, carrots, tapioca starch), spices, potassium chloride, vegetable oil (canola, extra virgin olive oil), salt, citric acid, disodium guanylate, disodium inosiate), sea salt, wild nettle, parsley flakes, white pepper. (Allergens: Soy)
A Canadian Morel, a Thai herb blend, and a coconut walk into a bar. The bartender says, “where have you been all my life?” Creamy, savoury, and so easy. Try our Thai style morel coconut rice paired with a baked white fish, chicken, or tofu for a delicious East meets West dinner in 22 minutes.
Ingredients: Thai jasmine rice, wild morel mushrooms, sea salt, raw cane sugar, porcini mushrooms, spices (lemongrass, galangal, garlic, onion, white pepper, cumin, coriander, turmeric, red chili, lime leaf).
This is our mediterranean inspired chanterelle mushroom side dish that has beautiful colour and big, bold flavour: gently spiced, with a sundried tomato tang and our signature alder smoked chanterelle mushrooms. Pairs perfectly with spicy chorizo, chicken, or roasted or bbq’d vegetable skewers.
Ingredients: Italian style rice, alder smoked chanterelle mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, spices (onions flakes, sea salt, raw cane sugar, wild nettle, parsley flakes, paprika, turmeric, garlic, porcini powder, chili pepper, white pepper).
It is rare to find a Vegetarian, Gluten-free, and vegan-friendly wild mushroom sauce mix.
Ours is so easy to make and so tasty. Add contents of packaged to 3/4 cup of water and 3/4 cream (or dairy substitute). Bring to a boil and whisk constantly over high heat for 1 minute. Remove from heat. Let sit 3 mins, and it’s ready to serve over potatoes, pasta, veg, or meat. Makes 1.5 cups.
Alternatively add a spoonful to any sauce, stew, soup, or stir fry to add delicious wild mushroom goodness to your dish.
Our signature smoked chanterelles ground and mixed with something sweet, a little heat, and a dash of perfect to add some sass to your chicken, tofu, pork, potatoes, fish, beef… just rub generously and fry or bake.
Also excellent mixed with coconut milk as a marinade on any of the above.
Sea Veggie Saltis a healthy and delicious alternative to table salt. It is made of 100% raw, wild sea vegetables sustainably harvested off the coast of Haida Gwaii, BC, Canada. It is an excellent source of iodine, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron and has a mildly salty oceanic taste. Add a dash to eggs, avocados, tomatoes, whole grains, smoothies, salads and more for an easy way to eat your minerals.
Chaga is a long-lived mushroom that grows mainly on birch trees and is revered for its *antioxidant power; the highest of any food source. It has long been consumed by Northern cultures around the world for its many uses and health benefits. It makes a smooth, dark, delicious tea that supports the immune system. As satisfying as something rich and sweet yet neither rich nor sweet, Chaga also makes a great substitute for your caffeine and sugar fixes.
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This is 100% wild, Canadian harvested from white birch.