We grow FRESH mushrooms for chefs and consumers, striving for SUSTAINABILITY using ORGANIC ingredients. Our LOCAL produce is sure to leave you feeling satisfied.
At Bridgetown Mushrooms, we believe the best culinary experiences come from fresh, local, organic ingredients. That is why we have carefully chosen 100% organic ingredients that honor the mushrooms and the earth. We meticulously monitor our processes to ensure the highest level of aesthetic and textural quality, allowing your dining experience to extend well beyond taste. We feel true health reaches beyond our bodies and deep into the communities in which we live. In order to give back, we give $5K of our profits to the Friends of Trees foundation, a non-profit organization aimed at improving the urban tree canopy and restoring sensitive natural areas.
The people who work at Bridgetown Mushrooms share the visions and values of the community. We are driven by the idea that the best work is born from consistency and curiosity in a fun, creative atmosphere.
Trevor has been an avid gardener for 25 years. What started as a fascination for soil science, quickly evolved into a healthy obsession with all things fungal. He has been practicing mycology for 5 years, constantly expanding his knowledge of the natural world, with the belief that whats happening in the soil is a microcosm for the entire universe.
As our head of sales, you probably already know Robert. He is an eccentric cinemaddict from Kansas with excellent handwriting and a knack for well timed movie quotes.
Cameron is a quick-witted chef who cut his chops in the french cuisine kitchens of downtown San Francisco. When he's not at the end of a knife, you can find him whipping out new jingle ditties that keep us lighthearted and laughing.
Nature alone is antique, and the oldest art a mushroom.
Mushrooms are miniature pharmaceutical factories.
Why do Toadstools grow so close together? They don't need Mushroom!
With flavor and texture similar to lobster or crab, they shred or pull apart into bite-sized pieces. Meaty and sweet-savory, they are a perfect substitute for seafood. Generally spherical with soft spine-like fruit coming from a hidden base they are strikingly white when young, and change to a lionesque color with age
The striking golden-orange caps are often topped with white flakes and mature to a brick-red color. Tender, yet crisp, they can be mild, buttery or nutty with a seasoned peppery aftertaste. They may also have a deep, rich flavor likened to steak with red wine. These mushrooms often retain their firm, crisp texture when cooked.
With gorgeous fleshy-firm, snow-white caps, they are a cold-weather loving strain and tend to thrive in the cooler months. When cultivated, they take on a milder flavor with an aroma similar to anise.
Their ivory-white stems extend into vibrant, daffodil-yellow, petal-shaped caps that are often smooth and convex with age. Their texture maintains a delicate, melting quality and a cashew-like nutty flavor when sautéed lightly. Visually stunning, these mushrooms offer a distinct aroma and variety of applications.
Although size and shape can vary, they generally grow in large clusters and are often deep blue to grey in color. Maintaining their firm and meaty texture when cooked, they are heartier than other varieties of oyster mushroom.
Mild in flavor, they feature robust, thick-stemmed fruits in gorgeous clusters. These are ideal for customers who prefer a larger, sturdier mushroom with more culinary versatility. Delicate greyish–brown colored caps with beautifully contrasting white stems are found on mature specimens.
We work hard to provide you with the freshest, local mushrooms possible. All our products are grown using 100% organic ingredients.
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Gorgeous fleshy firm, snow white caps. They are a cold weather loving strain and tend to thrive in the cooler months. When cultivated they take on a more mild flavor with an aroma similar to anise.
Usually grows in large clusters, they take on the typical shelf like shape of other Oysters. Size and shape can vary immensely depending on growing conditions, they are deep blue to grey in color.