White Morel (Morchella deliciousa) “The Sponge Mushroom”
White Morel, or Morchella deliciousa, is the more commonly known of the morels. It can be found naturally almost anywhere East of the Rocky Mountains in well-drained soil under trees, typically from March through June. A well-cooked morel can have an earthy, woodsy, or nutty flavor. Morel mushrooms are rich in magnesium, potassium, manganese, zinc, phosphorus, and iron. Because of the extremely high levels of iron, many people use morels to treat anemia and increase the potential for optimal brain function. Morel mushrooms are a gourmet delight that must be thoroughly cooked to remove the hydrazine toxins and avoid stomach issues.*
Item contents: Generously filled 10cc liquid culture syringe and a 1.5” 18 gauge sterile dispensing needle.
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