Truffles & Mushrooms Guide by Marky’s

Forests of Europe are rich with not only truffles. For example, Gyromitra esculenta or Morel Mushrooms can be called "mushroom fugue" - similar to the known venomous fish, which becomes edible only after painstaking and complex processing. These fungi are also considered very dangerous and inappropriate preparation is extremely poisonous. But properly prepared Morel is a popular delicacy in Eastern Europe and especially Scandinavia: in Finland Morel is considered the one of the most exquisite mushroom and added to omelets, pies and soufflés, as well as in soups and sauces.

As for the other traditional types of mushrooms like Chanterelle Mushrooms, Oyster Mushrooms, and all the favorite Porcini Mushrooms, their consumption among Europeans have long been familiar: there are various wild types of mushrooms harvested in the forests of Italy, France, Belgium and Germany. Marky’s suggest you also try the exotic Asian shiitake mushrooms, popular as an ingredient in Chinese dishes.

In this section you will find the best offers of morel mushrooms price, as well as other delicacies.