Mushrooms are extremely nutritious. They are high in protein and contain tons of daily essential vitamins and minerals. They are full of antioxidants and beta glucans which have immune modulating properties. This means they support your natural immune system.
Studies are being done to discover more about the potential anti-cancer, anti-tumor, and anti-inflammatory properties of mushrooms.
Brody Ferguson: Mushroom Farmer
Brody has been growing gourmet and medicinal mushrooms for close to 10 years now. He started Ferg's Fabulous Fungi from an 8th grade science project. Now, as one of the most experienced mushroom farmers in the state and youngest commercial grower in the nation, it has been his passion to produce a wide array of the highest quality gourmet mushrooms and mushroom-based products around.
His offerings include Oyster mushrooms, King Trumpet, Chestnut mushrooms, Shiitake, Lions Mane, freeze dried mushrooms, mushroom seasonings, and mushroom grow kits. All of Brody’s products can be purchased at his FarmDeliver store alongside other locally grown farm foods.
If you’ve never cooked with specialty gourmet mushrooms, you’re in for a treat. To unlock medicinal benefits, mushrooms need to be cooked. Just add heat and give them a light sauté or cook them in stir frys, risotto, creamy fettuccine, or over a steak. Cooking mushrooms is always suggested because it cracks open their otherwise indigestible cell walls releasing all of their amazing nutrients and benefits.
Mushroom Highlight: Lions Mane
- Celebrated medicinal and gourmet mushroom
- Lobster-seafood flavor and texture
- Great for cognitive function and mental clarity
- May help improve mild symptoms of depression and anxiety
- Scientists are developing studies around using Lions Mane mushrooms to fight and protect against Alzheimer's and dementia