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Morel Mushrooms for sale. Our wild fresh frozen morel mushrooms are hand foraged here in the Great Northwest daily during their short spring season. The wild morel season typically starts in April and lasts until mid May or June. Our fresh frozen morel mushrooms are an excellent substitute when fresh morel mushrooms are not available. Our intrepid pickers climb mountains around the Pacific Northwest for these delicious treats and we flash freeze them daily to lock in their wonderful flavor and antioxidant properties. This freezing process makes the morels much closer to the fresh morel state. Wild morels have a wonderful earthy flavor making them on of the most sought after mushrooms of all. Wild morel mushrooms are a prized favorite of top chefs throughout America and the world. Morel mushrooms grow all over the world but those from the Pacific Northwest are some of the most prized for both flavor and quality. We have blonde morels, grey morels, natural morels and conica morels all available depending on the time of the season. Our fresh frozen morel mushrooms are easy to use and delicious. Simply soak in hot salt water until they soften, (around 2-3 minutes) then rinse and pat dry. Then you can prepare them like you would fresh morel mushrooms. Once thawed, morels are softer than fresh ones, but still very delicious and closer in texture to the fresh ones compared to the dry. We love them sauteed with fresh asparagus, garlic, white wine and soy sauce. All our morels are top grade and we guarantee them to arrive in good condition. Try our delicious frozen wild morel mushrooms today.
Preparing your wild morels for cooking:
Wild Mushrooms is an American (Oregon) company that proudly supplies wild, hand-picked foods to restaurants; farmers markets; hotels; gift, food, and health stores; and to individual customers via our online store. All of our foods are sustainably harvested from the United States wilderness by trained, knowledgeable pickers. Our suppliers practice progressive harvesting methods — ones that are both sustainable for its neighbouring plant species and surrounding ecosystem; and for the pickers themselves, whose livelihood is supported by a thriving source of wild foods.
Our specialized pickers (consisting of Indigenous people, women, youth, retirees, farmers, and professional foragers) are usually residents of rural or remote communities who respect the lands that support them. Only those wild foods that grow in great abundance and whose survival is not in danger are considered for harvest. Wild mushrooms also works with regional and northern wild food producers to help propagate rare wild food plants by reintroducing them to lands that need remedial attention, such as overgrazed woodlots and pastures.