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Shiitake Mushrooms & Powder

We are currently selling our Shiitake mushrooms, Shiitake mushroom log and microgreens at the Richland Park Farmers Market (Nashville's favorite Farmers Market with 80+ vendors) most every Saturday (April through December) from 9 am until noon, rain or shine. We will also be selling our grow your own Shiitake mushrooms on our mushroom log, Shiitake mushroom powder and microgreens.

You can pre-order our Shiitake mushrooms, Shiitake powder and Shiitake mushroom logs by completing our online pre-order form below. Various varieties of microgreens will also be for sale, but cannot be pre-ordered.

Large Serving Shiitake Mushrooms:  $10.00  about 1 lb

Medium Serving Shiitake Mushrooms:  $5.00 about 1/2 lb

Small Serving Shiitake Mushrooms: $3.00  about 5 oz 

 

Shiitake Powder: Jar about 3 oz  $10.00 ea 

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We are currently selling our grow your own mushroom log at the Richland Park Farmers Market (Nashville's favorite Farmers Market with 80+ vendors) most every Saturday (April through December) from 9 am until noon, rain or shine.

Grow Your Own Mushroom Log:  $25.00

Spring Special buy 4 get one free 

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Our Mushroom Logs come from White oak tree tops. They have been inoculated with the shiitake mycelium. 

 

You can tell if the log has matured and ready for fruiting by observing the white mycelium on the end of the log that has been on the ground. Once a log is inoculated it can take 6 to 12 months before fruiting begins. Most logs that I bring to the market for sale  is in the 4 to 6 months range of the inoculated date. 

 

Storing the log:  The log should be stored outside in a shaded area. Winter sunlight is ok but avoid direct summer sun. The excessive heat can kill the mycelium if left there for longs periods of time. The log should be placed where one end of the log is on the ground, leaning it up against something is good. I often tell folks the north side of the home is best. Every month or so flip the log so the other end can absorb the moisture from the earth. Avoid letting the log lay on the ground, this will invite unwanted fungi host.

 

Getting the mushrooms: better known as fruiting. Submerge the log under water for 24hrs. Then place the log in a protected area outdoors like a car port, porch or something to keep the rain off of it. Usually within 3-10 days mushroom will appear. The mushrooms can be harvested as the cap begins to flatten.  after a harvest wait 3 to 4 weeks and repeat the process. If no mushrooms appears the second time just let the log rest a few months and try again. Best time for fruiting is in the spring and fall but mushrooms are possible in all four seasons. A well managed log could produce 4 times a year for several years.

Grow Your Own Mushroom Log

Buy shiitake mushroom logs at Richland Park Farmers Market

Identify your mushrooms,  WARNING: This is a all natural product and even with the shiitake mycelium in the log it can produce wild mushrooms on it's own.  Fungi is a competing life source always looking for a host to feed on just as everything else in nature. The shiitake mycelium is strong and can hold its own but as the log ages it will weaken and other fungi will take over  completing  the rotting cycle of the log. I have not encountered a poisonous mushroom that could be confused with the shiitake mushroom in my experience. I will stress identify and if not sure do not eat it.

You can pre-order our Shiitake mushroom logs by completing our online pre-order form below.

Microgreens

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You can let us know that you would like to purchase microgreens at the farmers market by completing our online pre-order form below.

We are currently selling our microgreens at the Richland Park Farmers Market (Nashville's favorite Farmers Market with 80+ vendors) most every Saturday (April through December) from 9 am until noon, rain or shine.

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While there are a wide variety of microgreens that you can buy (or grow at home), the names of these miniature plants should sound familiar: beets, Swiss chard, broccoli, mustard, arugula, amaranth, and peas among others. Microgreens are simply the versions of these vegetables and herbs when they are in their tiny sprout form.

 

There are around sixty different kinds of microgreens. Not only do microgreens add a nutritional punch to salads, soups, or sandwiches, but they are also tender and offer delicious flavor.

Prices and selections available at the farmers market vary.

We are also in the process of establishing future sales and delivery of our Shiitake mushrooms and Shiitake powder to the following businesses in Nashville and Davidson County TN. 

  • Natural food stores and markets

  • Asian and International markets

  • Grocery stores

  • Asian restaurants

  • Vegetarian and vegan restaurants

  • Italian/pizza restaurants

  • Steak restaurants

if your are interested in future direct delivery, please complete our request form below.

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