What's so great about Mushrooms anyway? Food... art... medicine...
In research presented at the 2005 American Chemical Society meeting in Washington, D.C., an American research team revealed that mushrooms "contain higher concentrations of L-ergothioneine than either of the two dietary sources previously believed to contain the most: chicken liver and wheat germ,"
This enzyme is not broken down by cooking and is considered one of the best Antioxidants.
an ecological choice in the desert
Using less water than vegetable or livestock farming and far less land, mushrooms emerge as an excellent protein source in our arid landscape.
Utilizing local materials for substrates and focusing on keeping a small carbon footprint means we can conduct Green business and as more of our integrated systems are in place we hope to be truly carbon negative.
Delicate mushrooms do not store or travel well and have a noticeable degradation in quality and flavor after traveling long distances.
Fresh organically grown local mushrooms are a smart choice for todays health conscious foodie. High in flavor and nutrition this quality food can be made available year round when no wild mushrooms can be collected.
Local means gentle on the planet and her resources.
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