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Lion’s Mane Mushroom is taking the internet by storm. It’s a common occurrence during phone calls and at events that people will remark on how often they hear of Lion’s Mane in their day to day life. In this blog we will explore Lion’s Mane and the many reasons it is going viral!
The differences in physical characteristics between naturally dried fruiting bodies of wild fungi such as Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) & Reishi (Ganoderma tsugae) and their ‘extract powder’ derivatives are profound. They vary in taste, color, solubility, and micronutrient composition.
As Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) becomes more mainstream, we are left with an obvious question: Is Chaga harvesting sustainable? Some are concerned that wild Chaga will be depleted at some point in the future due to commercial harvesting activities. This is an understandable concern, especially given that Chaga is not a mushroom.
Whose mouth doesn’t start watering at the mere mention of stuffing? I know mine does! Mushrooms are a traditional stuffing ingredient, so why not include the health-boosting properties of Turkey Tail mushroom to your Turkey day feast! This recipe is an easy and delicious take on traditional stuffing.
Roasted veggies are such a delicious staple in my household. A favorite of mine anytime, but especially so during the holidays, are these roasted sweet potatoes with a chaga maple glaze. This recipe is fairly easy and the kiddos are sure to love the candy-like result! Plus, the Chaga Maple glaze is very versatile, and you’ll have a bit leftover so read to the end for all of the uses for Chaga Maple Glaze!
If you’ve never made homemade eggnog, you’ve gotta try this recipe! Homemade eggnog carries more love and flavor than store-bought, with none of the additives and thickening agents that you’ll find in eggnog from the grocery store. The addition of Chaga brings a touch of health to this decadent recipe. You won’t be able to stop coming back for more, so be careful not to spoil your appetite for your holiday dinner!
This homemade chaga spiced cider is to die for! The chaga imbues the cider with a sweet and earthy flavor. It’s incredibly easy to make, plus it makes your kitchen smell like an autumnal wonderland! With superfood ingredients like chaga, cloves, ginger and star anise, this recipe is a surefire way to bring some health to your holiday!