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About MushLove Gourmets
My name is Bobby, and I’m in LOVE with foraging fresh choice mushrooms as well as plants and other edible/medicinal gifts from nature. My husband and I discovered mushroom hunting years ago beginning with the elusive Morel… Since then, mushrooms have become a huge passion in our family. During the spring and summer months you can guarantee that one of us has scouted or foraged an area (or several) any day possible.
Most of our foraged mushrooms come from our family farm in the Fort Scott, KS area, where I have also just created a huge patch of inoculated logs.
YES, we have trees, hills and mushrooms in Kansas! You’d be surprised by the vast variety we have here in the central midwest.
Last year, I decided to begin my journey with cultivation in order to keep up with supply/demand and the fact that I cannot take our toddler to all of our spots.
I will be cycling several different species every few months, dependent on climate and what else is growing in the tent. Generally, we put our Oysters outside for the hot humid fresh air so they can thoroughly flourish and get HUGE.
My brother and I are planting truffle inoculated Nut Tree saplings this spring(2022), which should give us some yummy walnuts, pecans and truffles in 5-6 years if all goes well! We know the walnuts and pecans will produce because our land is already loaded with them, along with persimmons and paw paw. Fingers crossed for those truffles though-I can’t wait!
I will be handling online orders and the majority of our little mushroom farm. SO, if you have any requests, questions, or concerns, please feel free to send a message and I’ll get back to you ASAP.
Fresh and Frozen items will ship Monday-Thursday to avoid getting stuck at the post office on Sundays.
Thanks for checking us out on this amazing website run by the best crew in the world!
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FRESH King Blue Oyster Mushrooms
Price is per1/2 lb.
1/2 lb FRESH King Blue Oyster Mushrooms
Will be cold shipped for preservation, however, I will only let them sit until the morning March 10th before dehydrating. Harvested March 7th 2022.