Mushroom Varieties

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Canadian Mushrooms

From large to small, earthy to woodsy, delicate to meaty, and everything in between, there’s a mushroom for everyone. Thanks to Canada’s amazing mushroom farmers, these marvelous morsels are grown and harvested 7 days/week, 365 days/year making them readily available and easy to buy.

Get the scoop on all the flavour profiles and unique characteristics of Canada’s locally-grown mushrooms!

White

The most popular mushroom in Canada. White mushrooms have a deliciously woodsy flavour, perfect for fancy dinners or quick weeknight meals.

Crimini

Release your inner chef, give crimini mushrooms a try. They are the perfect mushroom to blend & extend into burritos, burgers, tacos, chili and meatloaf and more!

Portabella

Growing up to 6 inches in diameter, portabellas have become an easy and satisfying meat alternative.

Shiitake

Shiitake mushrooms bring an exotic flair to everyday meals. Use in stir-fry, pasta, soups, and sauces to maximize umami.

Oyster

Known for their beautiful appearance, delicate flavour, and velvety texture, oysters are a popular choice for soups, stews, stir-fries, and more.

King Oyster

The firm flesh of this stout, thick-fleshed mushroom is pleasantly chewy from top to bottom, and it remains firm after cooking.

Enoki

You’ll be delighted by the crisp and crunchy texture of enoki mushrooms. Excellent in salads, sandwiches, soups, bowls, and pasta sauces.

Maitake

A versatile and unique-looking ingredient that can enhance a wide range of dishes, elevating every bite with its earthy goodness.

Mushrooms:

Keep Them Fresh

Give mushrooms a longer shelf life by storing them in the fridge in their original packaging or a brown paper bag.