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WILD CHANTERELLE MUSHROOMS
"Natures edible gold. Every fall around the Pacific North West one of the most infamous wild mushrooms beings to show cracks of yellow gold on the mossy forest floors. Not all chanterelles are golden or yellow however, these ones are some of the most sought after wild foods on the planet."
"We are founded on five generations of foraging and wild food preparation. This family tradition provided us with the knowledge to become one of Canada’s leading purveyors of wild food. We strive to make wild food accessible and an everyday part of Canadian culture. Wild Origins delivers rare, natural 100% Canadian wild foods to your doorstep or local grocery store. Even our recyclable packaging is made in Canada. We provide easy step-by-step recipes, photos and videos to inspire your culinary adventure. With Wild Origins, homemade meals will never be the same."
FORAGED FROM THE WILD FORESTS & COASTAL WATERS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
"We source our products from a number of select locations throughout British Columbia. Our experienced foraging team draws upon generations of traditional foraging practices to ensure the best quality food products. These practices are rooted in a deep respect for our shared natural environment. By hand foraging our foods we don’t use heavy machinery or large scale harvesting methods. We make every effort to leave the environment as pristine as when we found it."
"The meaty texture and versatile flavour profiles of the chanterelles make perfect sense for this condiment. Pop a slice of fresh-baked sourdough in the toaster, temper your favourite stinky cheese and voila. A feast fit for after school or your foodie friend’s birthday appetizers. What else could you use the tapenade for? It’s easily added to any pasta for a simple yet sultry entree. Try stuffing your favourite meat or fish, and even using it as a condiment for roasted or grilled vegetables. Do you make your own stuffed pasta? try it as the filling."
"Aromas of apricot, walnut, and fern greens. Easily incorporated into many dishes as their flavour and texture hold up to many preparations and different ethnic cuisines. They pair well with meats like lamb, beef and chicken as well as almost any seafood especially salmon. They have a dense meaty texture and hold up well to long cook times, even in a slow cooker. These mushrooms are excellent stores of vitamin D, which can boost your mood and energy."