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Ron's Sautéed Mushrooms

Ron's Sautéed Mushrooms

From Ron French. 4 cups sliced mushrooms⅓ cup white wine⅓ cup soy sauce⅔ cup margarine or butter¼ teaspoon garlic powder (not garlic salt!)(Always put either button mushrooms or any sliced up edible mushrooms in a dry pan and put on...

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Candy Cap Cookies

Candy Cap Cookies

From Loni Ronnebaum, Fungi Perfecti Retail Office Manager. A classic shortbread cookie recipe, with Candy Cap mushrooms added to give an extra, maple-syrup flavor and aroma. Ingredients: 1 cup sugar 2 cups soft butter 4 cups flour ¼ cup chopped...

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Wild Irish Mushrooms in a Broth of Trees and Moss

Wild Irish Mushrooms in a Broth of Trees and Moss

From Greg Stewart. This light fragrant soup can accompany any meal but first I'd like to tell you the short story of how I was inspired to create this recipe. Among the five or six species collected that fateful day...

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Benefits of Mycelium

Benefits of Mycelium

Scientists demonstrate significant health benefits of Host Defense mycelium & cultured rice.* In 2017, Paul Stamets and his team at Fungi Perfecti, LLC (FP) have partnered with Natural Immune Systems, Inc. (NIS) to further clarify the immune-enhancing impacts of various...

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Paul's Faux Bacon Mushroom Bits

Paul's Faux Bacon Mushroom Bits

Courtesy of Paul Stamets, founder of Fungi Perfecti. 1–2 lbs of fresh organic Shiitake or Maitake mushrooms Olive oil Soy sauce, tamari or teriyaki sauce Sesame oil Thinly slice the mushrooms. Mix together oliver oil, soy sauce/tamari/teriyaki and a splash...

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Should You Consume Raw Mushrooms?

Should You Consume Raw Mushrooms?

With the increased use of mushroom products, I feel a personal responsibility to inform the public about safety issues regarding mushroom preparations. Misleading marketing causes consumer confusion, risk, and damage to our industry, which is always under scrutiny. At Host...

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Fungal Luminescence

Fungal Luminescence

The saprobe Panellus Stipticus displaying bioluminescence. Image courtesy of Wikipedia. Here in the Northwest mushroom season is finally in full-swing. October rains beckon mushroamers off trails and into the woods, in search of the elusive Matsutake and delicious Chanterelle. With days growing shorter,...

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Bee Friendly Research Update 3

Bee Friendly Research Update 3

Greetings fellow Fungiphiles and the Bee-Mushroomed ! This Earth Day we’re excited to share the latest developments in our Bee Friendly™ Research Initiative, originally unveiled by Paul Stamets during the 2014 Bioneers Annual Conference. For those unfamiliar with the story, our...

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Carbon Dioxide Enrichment Through Decomposition

Carbon Dioxide Enrichment Through Decomposition

Horticulturists have long understood the benefits of carbon dioxide (CO2) enrichment in greenhouses and indoor gardens, and CO2 can often be a limiting factor for plant growth. As CO2 concentration rises above ambient levels, net photosynthesis increases. This improves plant fitness and...

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