Wild Stuff n Things – Certified Organic

•September 11, 2012 • Leave a Comment

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We are wild mushroom hunters picking in the forests. We pick today to deliver for your table tomorrow, Certified Organic Produce!

YES, FRESH AS CAN BE  –  NEXT DAY SHIPPING DAILY!!

email: mytahiti1234@hotmail.com

Fresh Wild Mushrooms
From
The Great Northwest
“Certified Organic”
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email: mytahiti1234@hotmail.com

 
Our staff is native to the Northwest Mushroom Network, many with 30 + years of knowledge with a combined 75 years of picking. Wild Certified Organic Mushrooms habitat is our backyard!
 
If you haven’t tried these wonderful treats from the wild, you don’t know what you are missing!!

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Fresh Wild Matsutake Mushrooms Certified Organic
Time of the Year – October November and December

Matsutake literally means “pine mushroom.” Revered throughout Asia, this traditional delicacy is a favorite of Japanese chefs, whose preparations are well-suited to its strong, spicy-clean fragrance and taste.

The unique flavor of fresh matsutake mushrooms is owed to the rare conditions under which it grows – under the base of pine trees between 20 to 60 years old and never in the same place twice. Their magnificently spicy aroma, reminiscent of pine and cinnamon, enhances wild mushroom dishes and makes great stuffed mushrooms. They are high in protein, low in fat and rich in vitamins B1, B2, and D, and are believed to have many healthful properties.

Matsutakes have a savory and pungent woodsy-piney flavor. Because this taste and odor can intensify as they’re cooked, it has been said that you should cook the Matsutake until you can eat the aroma. Matsutakes are meaty like Porcinis and Portobellos on the inside, yet slightly crisp on their outer edges. Certified Organic
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$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included
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Fresh Wild Chantrelle Mushrooms Certified Organic

Time of the Year – November, December, January February and March

Queen of the Forest,”
 

The Chanterelle mushroom which many of the world’s great chefs prize above all other mushrooms. The Chanterelle is a distinctively trumpet-shaped wild mushroom with a color that ranges from vibrant yellow to deep orange. Found in the wild throughout the world, Chanterelles have never yet been successfully cultivated.

Wherever they are found, they are prized for their superb flavor and fruity aroma, said to be reminiscent of apricots. Though mild, Chanterelles have a slight peppery edge which holds its own against other ingredients in soups, stews and other main courses.

While tender, the texture of the Chanterelle is firm and not crumbly, standing up well in sauces, stir-frys and sautéed dishes. Their fragrant aroma, fine flavor and pleasing texture make them one of the most versatile of all mushrooms and have earned them a well-deserved place in kitchens around the world.

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$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included.
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Fresh Wild Lobster Mushrooms Certified Organic

Time of the Year – September and October

Lobster mushrooms are said to have a seafood-like flavor, but probably really get their name from their bright red exterior and creamy white interior.

Please take note!  While lobster mushrooms are not as attractive as other mushrooms, their rough, mottled exterior and pungent smell belie their wonderful flavor. Lobster mushrooms frequently are covered with white spores, even after they’ve been picked, but don’t worry, it’s not mold – they are supposed to look like that! Their aroma can be quite strong, but after cooking, the true, rich flavor of lobster mushrooms emerges. They make an excellent addition to soups, stews and terrines.

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$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included

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Fresh Wild Yellow Chantrelle Mushrooms “Golden” Certified Organic

Time of the Year – December, January February and March

Sometimes called the “Queen of the Forest,” Wherever they are found, they are prized for their superb flavor and fruity aroma, said to be reminiscent of apricots. Though mild, Chanterelles have a slight peppery edge which holds its own against other ingredients in soups, stews and other main courses.

While tender, the texture of the Chanterelle is firm and not crumbly, standing up well in sauces, stir-frys and sautéed dishes. Their fragrant aroma, fine flavor and pleasing texture make them one of the most versatile of all mushrooms and have earned them a well-deserved place in kitchens around the world.

Yes, the morel may be the king of mushrooms, but the chanterelle is most definitely the “Queen”!

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$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included

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tel.858.775.6822

email: mytahiti1234@hotmail.com

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Fresh Wild Chantrelle Mushrooms “Black Trumpets” Certified Organic

Time of the Year – December, January February and March

While tender, the texture of the Chanterelle is firm and not crumbly, standing up well in sauces, stir-frys and sautéed dishes. Their fragrant aroma, fine flavor and pleasing texture make them one of the most versatile of all mushrooms and have earned them a well-deserved place in kitchens around the world.Yes, the morel may be the king of mushrooms, but the chanterelle is most definitely the “Queen”!
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$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included

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Fresh Wild Hedgehog Mushrooms Certified Organic

Time of the Year – December, January February and March

Hedgehog mushrooms are praised for their flavor, which is described as sweet and nutty, paired with a slightly crunchy texture that is quite pleasing to the palate. Hedgehogs are also known by a variety of aliases including sweet tooth mushroom and pig’s trotter, in a nod to the flavor and appearance of the hedgehog mushroom.

The proper scientific name of the hedgehog mushroom is Hydnum repandum. In appearance, the hedgehog mushroom has a medium sized orange to beige fruiting body abundantly decorated with small drooping teeth on the underside. The cap of the hedgehog mushroom has a small depression, and will begin to turn up at the sides as the mushroom grows older. The stem and flesh of the hedgehog mushroom are a creamy white in addition to being delicious.  You can use small hedgies in place of chanterelles.
Large hedgehogs, on the other hand, are the porcini of winter.
They can get large, up to 8-10 inches across at the cap. They are not as dense as porcini, but you can still slice them thin and saute or grill them nicely; they make a good centerpiece on a plate.
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$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included.
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Fresh Wild Cauliflower Mushrooms Certified Organic

Time of the Year – December, January February and March

The Cauliflower mushroom is a large, capless mushroom composed of clusters of frilled, leaf-like branches emerging from a joined base. Its appearance resembles a coral reef, though its name suggests it looks like a head of cauliflower. Its surface and flesh color are both ivory white to pale cream. The texture is crunchy and firm, though brittle to the touch and must be handled carefully. The mushroom gives off deep aromas of musk and earth. The flavor is mild with notes of fennel and almond.
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$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included

Fresh Wild Albatrellus Mushrooms Certified Organic

The albatrellus mushroom, or Sheeps Foot, is a dense, meaty mushroom, tasting slightly peppery, smelsl a little sweet in the field, something soft like an apricot. is a whitish often circular cap and a white pore surface and small pores and a white central stalk; found under conifers. Eats and taste much like Eggplant.

$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included

Fresh “Porchini” Mushroom Certified Organic
2 pound Cepe
Porcini a type of wild mushroom with a smooth texture, thick stem, and fleshy velvety taste. Their meaty, pungent, woody flavor is highly regarded. Most often found dried in the super market, once re-hydrated these mushrooms are highly aromatic and wonderful in roasts

$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included

Fresh “Chicken of the Woods” Mushroom Certified Organic
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The Gourmet Mushroom That Tastes Like Chicken“Chicken of the Woods” mushroom.
It is one delicious, delectable – that tastes like chicken! They were unbelievably good!

Imagine, living for well over half a century – missing one of the best taste sensations around! They growing on the trunk of an oak tree, their yellow-orange “shelves” are great eating!

$ Price – Call  for Quote –  Next Day Air included

Mushrooms  101
Prepare mushrooms by tearing them into strips along the gills with your fingers or from the base of the trunk, by using your thumbs! Small ones leave whole. Don’t cut mushrooms with a knife. Pull them apart with your fingers. Don’t wash mushrooms if you can help it but if you have to, immerse them in “copious” amounts of cold water, and then spread them out to dry
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Make NoteWe are mushroom hunters picking in the wild forests. We pick today to deliver for your table tomorrow!
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**Upon Arrival** We suggest putting them into a strainer in the product compartment in your refrigerator and covering them with a slightly moist cloth to keep the veil from drying out and tearing. Do not store in plastic, they need air circulation.

Clark’s

Wild Harvested Blackberry Jam Certified Organic

“Cuvee Plage  de Or”

Clark’s Wild Blackberries Jam is a very raw organic  jam made with only the ripest Wild Blackberries and the rawest of  ingredients including Wild Blackberries, Raw Cane Sugar and Pectin. We prepare the jam in a old fashion way – The use of a small  copper pot, each jar is labeled with batch # and quantities created and never more than 33 jars in each batch. The Wild Blackberries are grown in quartz rock on the sides of gold mining rivers in the Great Northwest, hence the name “Plage de Ore” – Gold Beach,  these berries are loaded with healing trace minerals!

Sizes Available

4oz. – $5.00

8oz. – $9.00

12oz. – $13.00

34oz. – $28.00

48oz. – $36.00

 
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Clark’s
Certified Organic Fresh Cranberries
Oregon Certified Organic. – Clark’s Oregon Certified Organic Fresh Cranberries are grown with use of a fresh bubbling natural spring that originates on the property to irrigate.We flood for pest control and when it’s time to harvest the vine-ripened berries we  dry-harvest pick, keeping them intact and fresh longer, each Cranberry is then carefully hand-sorted.What comes into your home is a delicious high quality cranberry, grown organically and produced from a small farm.
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tel.858.775.6822

Clark’s

Certified Organic Cranberry Jam

Copper Pot

“Cuvee Plage de Or”

Ingredients: Certified Organic Cranberries, Oranges, Raw Cane Sugar, Pectin.

Tel: 858-775-6822

Clark’s  Certified Organic Cranberry Jam –  ingredients including Certified Organic Cranberry, Oranges, Raw Cane Sugar and Pectin. We prepare the jam in a old fashion way – The use of a small  copper pot, each jar is labeled with batch # and quantities created and never more than 33 jars in each batch. The Certified Organic Cranberry are grown in sand bogs in Bandon Oregon and irrigated with natural spring water in the Great Northwest, this jam is delicious and very healing!

Sizes Available

4oz. – $5.00

8oz. – $8.50

12oz. – $12.00

 Frozen Certified Organic Cranberry

Sizes Available

8oz. – $5.00

1 lbs. – $8.00

Bulk sizes inquire.
 
Huckleberry Plants for Sale
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1 gallons  – $10
5 gallons – $15
15 gallons  – $25
Shipping prices vary!
We ship bare root wrapped in peat moss.
Organic Elephant Garlic
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Our Organic Elephant Garlic is mild and flavorful with large, easy to peel cloves, shelf life of 8-10 months and should be stored in a dry area and left open to air, not closed in a container. Our garlic is harvested in the month of June and is available for sale after the first of July each year.
Sold on pre-order pricing.
1/2 lb. lots for $9.00
1 lbs.  – $17 lbs
Plus shipping
While supplies last!
 
 
ORDERING
Please specify complete description of products wanted. We welcome phone, fax and mail orders

PRICES
All prices are subject to change without prior notice. Prices do not include applicable sales taxes.

TERMS
Net 15 days on approved credit. All shipments are made with the understanding that invoices will be paid in full within 15 days. Accounts over 15 days will be considered past due and are subject to an interest charge of 11/2% per month (18% per year). C.O.D. shipments are left to the discretion of our office.

SHIPPINGOvernight shipping only!!  We can only delivery Tuesday-Friday
We use all methods of transportation and have daily pick-up service. Orders will be shipped at our discretion unless specific instructions are given when order is placed. Free Shipping.

GUARANTEE
We guarantee that we will not knowingly ship any inferior products.

PROMPT SHIPMENTS
Your orders will receive our prompt attention. Many items can be shipped the same day order is received. For other items that have a large choices of sizes. You will be notified.

DAMAGED SHIPMENTS
All merchandise is carefully inspected and shipped in good condition. On arrival, inspect your order and match merchandise with the packing slip.

RETURNS
Authorization must be obtained by Wild Stuff n Things  prior to returns. Items returned due to customer error in ordering or handling will be subject to a 15% restocking All returned merchandise must be approved and in the original packaging. Please contact us regarding any returns.
Custom items, food items and special orders may not be returned for credit under any circumstances.

SUGGESTIONS
We are always interested in hearing your suggestions. Please feel free to contact us at any time with your ideas and comments. Your input is greatly appreciated.

PAYMENT OPTIONS
We gladly accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, cash, check or money order.
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