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Luck Plize harvests it’s high quality mushrooms from forest all around the eastern part of Europe, the main source being Romania.

Our mushrooms

There are more than 38,000 varieties of mashrooms in the world, but only about 20 species are edible.
Mushrooms are very versatile: most can be eaten raw, sautéed, baked, grilled, and more. Excellent on their own, mushrooms can also highlight flavors of other dishes.

Although we have a large range of mushrooms, we specialize in
Truffles, King Bolete and Chanterelle, which never fail to impress.

Truffles are renowned across the world for their unique earthy flavors. The flavour of truffles is extremely rich, which often becomes the central point of any dish.

King boletes are large, swollen-looking mushrooms, although they can be difficult to find in the wild as the fruiting bodies often remain hidden under forest duff.

The primary health benefit of eating king bolete is nutritional; like many mushrooms, they have no cholesterol or fat and are low in calories. The king bolete is a good source of protein, and is an excellent source of both dietary fiber and iron. It is also a good source of some minerals, such as selenium, manganese, and zinc, as well as B-complex vitamins. Given the flavor, which is improved and intensified by drying, this is a health food people want to eat.

King boletes are excellent sautéed, fried or even microwaved. The flesh is crunchy with a somewhat nutty flavor. They occasionally have a slight bitter edge. When powdered, they impart rich flavor that is great for soup, gravy, meat loaf, pasta sauce etc. This mushroom has a high protein content, which makes them a great meat substitute in vegetarian dishes.

Chanterelle are one of the most popular of wild edible mushrooms, their flavor being used in a wide variety of cooking. They tend to grow in clusters in mossy coniferous forests, but are also found in mountainous birch forests and in grasses and low-growing herbs.

Chanterelles as a group are generally described as being rich in flavor, with a distinctive taste and aroma difficult to characterize. Some species have a fruity odor, others a more woody, earthy fragrance, and still others can even be considered spicy. Chanterelles are commonly found in white, yellow, or orange colors; the golden chanterelle being the most sought-after and flavorful chanterelle.

Golden Chanterelles are one of the most popular and prolific wild mushrooms, growing all across Europe and North America. Unlike other dried wild mushrooms that can be used much the same way fresh, chanterelles become a different product when dried, slightly milder and more dense.

Many species of chanterelles have a pleasant and fruity smell, similar to apricots and taste is a bit peppery. They go well with all kinds of different meats and sauces.


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We know that nature has more resources to offer that just mushrooms, so besides them, we also commercialize other natural products like honey and a broad rage of wild berries. 


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