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Golden caps is a species of psychedelic mushroom whose principal active compounds are psilocybin and psilocin. Commonly called shrooms, magic mushrooms, golden halos, cubes, or gold caps, it belongs to the fungus family Hymenogastraceae and was previously known as Stropharia cubensis.

1 gram = $19
3.5 grams = $59
7 grams = $95
14 grams = $165
28 grams = $280

Our plentiful array of mushrooms offers something special for every palate. With countless varieties, from wild mushrooms to cultivated mushrooms, here at Fine Food Specialist we have something for every occasion. Whether you are looking for freshfrozendried or popular varieties such as Morel, Girolle and Porcini, we offer a broad selection to make each dish extra special.caps pharmacy

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Girolles, commonly known as the Golden Chanterelle, are one of the most prized and sought after mushrooms due to their exquisite taste, with an aroma that hints at fruity apricots.

To ensure you can eat them all year round, we source them from both Europe and USA, meaning no matter the season they will make the perfect ingredient for a show-stopping main.

For a more flavoursome dish, try combining them with our yellow chanterelles and generous helpings of parmesan for an utterly divine risotto. Equally delicious are our other varieties of seasonal wild, fresh mushrooms like Pied Bleu, Trompette de la Mort, Mousseron and Pied de Mouton.

If you’re looking for various alternatives, our delightful dried mushroom selection offers something special for every palate. At Fine Food Specialist we believe dried mushrooms should be a staple ingredient in all larders.

Versatile, and ready to use in soups, sauces, and much more, a firm favourite is the dried porcini, which are delicious additions to creamy pasta sauces.

Similarly, dried morels or our exotic forest mushroom mix are popular choices, due to their strong flavour and convenience in terms of preparationcaps pharmacy

With such a diverse range, our excellent selection make for the perfect ingredient in risottos, pastas, soups, broths or even tossed into salads with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.

Mushrooms are a rich, low calorie source of fiber, protein, and antioxidants. They may also mitigate the risk of developing serious health conditions, such as Alzheimer’s, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. They’re also great sources of: Selenium.
mushroom, the conspicuous umbrella-shaped fruiting body (sporophore) of certain fungi, typically of the order Agaricales in the phylum Basidiomycota but also of some other groups. Popularly, the term mushroom is used to identify the edible sporophores; the term toadstool is often reserved for inedible or poisonous sporophores. There is, however, no scientific distinction between the two names, and either can be properly applied to any fleshy fungus fruiting structure. In a very restricted sense, mushroom indicates the common edible fungus of fields and meadows (Agaricus campestris). A very closely related speciesA. bisporus, is the mushroom grown commercially and seen in marketscaps pharmacyhttp://Glocksacademy.com
Umbrella-shaped sporophores are found chiefly in the agaric family (Agaricaceae), members of which bear thin, bladelike gills on the undersurface of the cap from which the spores are shed. The sporophore of an agaric consists of a cap (pileus) and a stalk (stipe). The sporophore emerges from an extensive underground network of threadlike strands (mycelium). An example of an agaric is the hon(Armillaria mellea).
Mushroom mycelia may live hundreds of years or die in a few months, depending on the available food supply. As long as nourishment is available and temperature and moisture are suitable, a mycelium will produce a new crop of sporophores each year during its fruiting seasoncaps pharmacy
Fruiting bodies of some mushrooms occur in arcs or rings called fairy rings. The mycelium starts from a spore falling in a favourable spot and producing strands (hyphae) that grow out in all directions, eventually forming a circular mat of underground hyphal threads. Fruiting bodies, produced near the edge of this mat, may widen the ring for hundreds of years.

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