Used in Asian cultures for its medicinal effects like the other exotic mushrooms it is rich in healthy antioxidants, fats, vitamins, minerals, beneficial fibre and carbohydrat...
Used in Asian cultures for its medicinal effects like the other exotic mushrooms it is rich in healthy antioxidants, fats, vitamins, minerals, beneficial fibre and carbohydrates. A popular mushroom in the Japanese soup miso, this wonderful mushroom can enhance almost any dish. Its has an earthy, forest flavour that is enhanced when sautéed. Its silky texture withstands the sautéing process well. Described as having a cashew-butterscotch aroma it is often used to thicken soups or stews.
Enjoy with a glass of Pinot Noir and rich foods such as red meats, fowl, dark green veg and shallots.
About the Producer
Garryhinch Wood Exotic is a long-standing family run farm by Joe & Dolores Gorman. The Organic farm is located on the banks of the river Barrow on the borders of counties Laois and Offaly.
They have been in mushroom farming for over 30 years supplying appetising and nutritious mushrooms for the retail sector, food services sector and farmers markets all across Ireland.
At present, they grow a wide range of wild exotic organic mushrooms which are cultivated on wooden blocks made from trees sourced from sustainable managed forests. These tasty mushrooms have a high nutritional value, and have also amazing benefits like lowering cholesterol, helps to fight infection and builds the immune system.
Garryhinch Mushrooms, 2023
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the story of the producer
Garryhinch Wood Exotic Mushrooms
The family run organic farm of Joe & Dolores Gorman, located on the banks of the river Barrow in Portarlington on the border of Counties Laois and Offaly. They have been in the mushroom industry for over 30 years, supplying appetising mushrooms to food service providers across Leinster and exporting to the United Kingdom. Currently they grow a wide range of wild and exotic organic mushrooms and cultivate their mushrooms on wooden blocks made only from trees sourced from sustainably managed forests. They currently grow Shiitake, King Oyster, Yellow Oyster, Grey Oyster, Maitake, Nameko, and White Beech mushrooms. All their mushrooms are chemical free and approved by Bord Bia’s Sustainable Horticulture Assurance Scheme (SHAS) certification and to Irish Organic Certification standards.