Garryhinch Wood Exotic Mushrooms Irish Organic King Oyster 150g

  • chilled
  • organic
  • irelands-hidden-heartlands
description
(Pleurotus eryngii)A member of the Pleurotus sp. group. This species produces large mushrooms with hearty stems and is often used as a meat substitute and in dishes such as soups and stews. When co...

(Pleurotus eryngii)
A member of the Pleurotus sp. group. This species produces large mushrooms with hearty stems and is often used as a meat substitute and in dishes such as soups and stews. When cooked it develops typical mushroom savoury (umami) flavours with a meaty texture.

The first modern cultivation was undertaken in 1993 in Japan. Now widely cultivated, its uniquely durable fruiting body makes it great for mass production and shipping, and the sheer size of the mushrooms is also impressive.

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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.
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an Irish family business for over 50 years
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