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More Mushrooms Please!

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Mushrooms are delicious, nutritious, and satisfying. We, as mushroom farmers and fungi lovers, want to encourage you to incorporate more mushrooms into your diet. 

Mushrooms get classified as vegetables in the food world but really belong to a family all of their own, a family that offers a distinctly gourmet, earthy goodness to your daily meals. We’re big mushroom fans around here and for good reason!

  • Mushrooms are a great source of vitamin D which is crucial to many aspects of human health. Everyone in the Northwest could benefit from some more vitamin D in their lives! 
  • In addition to Vitamin D, mushrooms also contain calcium, the very nutrient that vitamin D helps you absorb. 
  • Other valuable nutrients include, protein and B vitamins, specifically niacin. 

The list keeps going, as mushrooms also contain natural insulin and enzymes that help break down sugars and starches in other foods. They are high in antioxidants and truly medicinal. Mushrooms are low in calories and loaded with essential nutrients. We are here to provide you with high quality, organic mushrooms all year, let’s get them from our farm to your plate today!

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The Lion’s Mane Mushroom: Nutrition Profile and other Benefits

The lion’s mane is a tasty mushroom that grows wild throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, most often on dead or dying hardwood trees. Also known as the hedgehog mushroom and, more formally, Hericium erinaceus, the lion’s mane has a long history of cultivation both as food and as medicine.Color and FlavorFresh lion’s mane is pale, almost white, but [...]

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Fettuccine in a Creamy Mushroom Sauce

Looking for a delicious dinner idea that uses your fresh, homegrown Cascadia Mushrooms? Try this delicious fettuccine in creamy mushroom sauce.Lightly salt a pot of water and bring to a boil. Add 8 ounces of fettuccine pasta and cook for 8 to 10 minutes until pasta is al dente. Drain water.In a medium saucepan, heat one tablespoon of extra virgin [...]

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5 Greatest Mushrooms in Popular Culture

At Cascadia Mushrooms, we love mushrooms: studying them, growing them, eating them. But we’re not the only ones. Mushrooms are pretty popular in fiction, and they show up to help and hinder heroes in all sorts of stories. Here are five of our favorite mushrooms from pop culture:5. Smurf VillageSince their first comic was released in 1958, you’d be hard-pressed [...]

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Substrates for Growing Mushrooms

If you’re interested in fungiculture, you need to know some of the basics for growing a good crop of mushrooms. Unlike plants, which get their energy from sunlight, fungi like mushrooms get all the energy they need by consuming decaying organic matter. The matter that the mushrooms grow in and consume is known as a substrate. Many different materials [...]

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New Cascadia Logo!

   A friend of ours created some awesome new art for us and we incorporated it into our newly designed Cascadia Mushrooms logo! We love the incorporation of one of our favorite wild mushrooms, the Chanterelle, alongside some of our familiar farmed friends. Look out for this updated mushroom art on our website, packaging, new [...]

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Cascadia Mushrooms' 10th Birthday!

In the Fall of 2015 Cascadia Mushrooms will have been growing Organic gourmet and medicinal mushrooms in Bellingham, Washington for 10 years! This is a major accomplishment and it feels like we're still just getting started. Granted, things have changed and grown considerably since I first began growing oyster mushrooms in my basement in [...]

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