Log Grown Shiitake Mushrooms
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We grow gourmet shiitake mushrooms on oak logs. The logs used in our mushroom production are responsibly harvested directly on our farm within our Forest Management Plan. Not only will you be enjoying a delicious and healthy mushroom but you will also be helping us to improve our forest's health.
Shiitakes are an excellent source of vitamins B & D and iron. They are also a good protein source that can be enjoyed as a main or side dish. Each purchase comes with a complimentary recipe card to provide cooking inspiration and facts about shiitakes.
*Please note, the images are for reference. The number of mushrooms per 1/4, 1/2, and 1 pound will vary depending on mushroom densities.
Available locally at Sickler's Circle View Farm
450 Bridgeton Pike
Monroeville, NJ 08343
Thursday & Friday 11AM-5PM
Local Pick Up
If you live in southern New Jersey and would like to pick up your purchase to save on shipping, please choose "Free Local Pick Up - Elmer, NJ" at checkout. After you place your order, we will contact you via e-mail with our location address and to set up a time that is convenient for you to pick up.
How long will my mushrooms stay fresh after purchasing?
Our log grown mushrooms will stay fresh in the refridgerator for up to 7 days after the harvest date.
How do I know they are safe to eat?
For our mushroom production, we carefully select oak logs from our forest under our Forest Management Plan which we then inoculate with organic spawn from a reputable source. So we know we have true shiitake mushrooms for our customers. You can learn more about mushroom identification in the blog post - click here.
I've never purchased mushrooms before. How many mushrooms should I buy?
Everyone has different preferences for the amount of mushrooms they need. However, a 1/4 pound of mushrooms is great for sautéing to flavor a dish. If you would like to make multiple dishes throughout the week or would like to create a main dish, we suggest 1/2 to a 1 pound of fresh mushrooms.
Do I need to cook the mushrooms before eating?
Yes, we recommend cooking the mushrooms before eating by either sautéing, baking, or dehydrating.
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