Dried Mushroom Variety Pack
Our dried mushroom variety pack is great for people that would like to try several different mushrooms without having to buy a large amount of individual packages. This lets you explore a wide variety of tastes for a great price, and still includes our free shipping. We include beautiful selections of wild, and organically cultivated mushrooms in every package.
You will receive an assortment of 8 different mushrooms, such as:
- Wood Ear
- Black Trumpet
Buy Dried Mushroom Variety Pack
A great way to experience the best of the forest floor. This dried wild mushroom mix contains chanterelles, porcini, maitake, crimini and others.
Rehydrate dried mushrooms in warm water for 20 minutes. Retain the broth for use in your recipe, or freeze for storage.
This is a great mushroom variety mix for use in any recipe calling generically for wild mushrooms. Experiment with this mixed mushroom pack to add interesting, unique, and savory flavors to your favorite dishes.
The Bold Flavors of Dried Mushrooms
Dried mushrooms are my kind of luxury, convenient and affordable. While caviar or foie gras rarely fit my mood or budget, I can always have dried shiitakes, porcini, morels, and chanterelles on hand. And I reach for them often—both on harried weeknights when the clock is ticking and also when I’m looking for an extra boost of flavor to elevate a special dish. The flavor of dried mushrooms is concentrated and intense, and the texture is good and meaty. Like fresh mushrooms, they’re terrific in everything from soups to sauces to sautés.
Buying and storing dried mushrooms
The quality of dried mushrooms can vary greatly. My main rule is to buy them from a trusted source. If I can get a good look inside the package, I look for mushrooms that have a nice size and shape, and I avoid overly shriveled or crushed specimens.
The best way to buy dried mushrooms is to inspect their quality visually—they should be intact and not too shriveled. Dried mushrooms are sold in many supermarkets, but if you don’t see them, try specialty stores and high-end grocery stores like Whole Foods markets; we also liked the mushrooms we ordered from Gourmet Mushrooms and Mushroom Products.