New Products

Oyster Mushroom

MicroMyco
8 Ounces
$8.50
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MicroMyco is an urban mushroom farm with a focus on sustainability. I incorporate all sorts of local "waste" intro my production model, specifically trying to keep a small radius of under 10 miles in all my sourcing. The result is a "hyperlocal" product, where the materials. labor and facility are all located extremely close to where the product is going to end up. Any materials that do not satisfy the "hyperlocal" model of no further than 10 miles away are also vetted by me to make sure that each step in my process eliminates waste at some point.

My shop is located in Madison, on the Isthmus, ensuring that I never have to go too far to sell my mushrooms, or even to find new sources of waste!

Mushrooms are an excellent protein alternative to meat, their culinary value is still being explored today, especially in western countries. By operating a mushroom farm, I can both recycle traditional waste materials, replace traditional protein sources, and create a delicious product.

My primary crop right now is the oyster mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus. A wily and robust mushroom, it can grow on many different materials. My "recipe" includes coffee grounds from half a dozen coffee shops near my operation, sawdust reclaimed from a hardwood sawmill, soybean hulls from local soybean farms and straw from local farms. In nature, this mushroom grows in Wisconsin on dead trees as a primary decomposer. It is a slightly delicate mushroom with a good flavor which some people describe as "seafoody, with hints of anise". You can use oyster mushrooms as a substitute for any recipe that calls for mushrooms. Expect much better texture and taste than a traditional white button mushroom!


Brazil Canarinho

Colectivo
1 Pound Bag
$10.00
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Brazil Canarinho (Little Canary) sings a sweet and smooth tune. It is grown on family-run farms passed down from one generation to the next in Minas Gerais, the largest coffee-producing state in the world's No. 1 coffee-producing country.

Our Canarinho, which shares its nickname with the Brazilian men's national soccer team, is low in acidity but intensely flavorful.

Great as a cold brew, drip, or pour-over cup, this coffee displays notes of chocolate, roasted nuts, and dried fruit while boasting a dense, satisfying body.

Parchment Paper

QBake
25 (16 3/8" x 12 3/16") Sheets
$2.49
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Parchment paper for baking. Kosher Approved.

Apple Drawing - 2

Peter Kundrna
13 x 19 Inches
$35.00
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13 x 19 print in a clear plastic sleeve

Apple Drawing - 3

Peter Kundrna
13 x 19 Inches
$35.00
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13 x 19 print in a clear plastic sleeve

Apple Drawing - 4

Peter Kundrna
13 x 19 Inches
$35.00
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13 x 19 print in a clear plastic sleeve

Apple Drawing - 6

Peter Kundrna
13 x 19 Inches
$35.00
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13 x 19 print in a clear plastic sleeve

Apple Drawing - 7

Peter Kundrna
13 x 19 Inches
$35.00
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13 x 19 print in a clear plastic sleeve

Apple Drawing - 8

Peter Kundrna
13 x 19 Inches
$35.00
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13 x 19 print in a clear plastic sleeve

Apple Drawing - 1

Peter Kundrna
13 x 19 Inches
$35.00
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13 x 19 print in a clear plastic sleeve

Brazilliant Burger

Nature's Bakery
4, 3 Ounce Patties
$6.99
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Frozen patties.

Ingredients: Brazil nuts or brazil nut meal, carrots, onions, water, brown rice*, brown rice flour*, celery, almonds or almond meal, wheat-free tamari*, non-GMO soy oil, fresh parsley, herbs & spices.

*Organic

Costa Rica Tarrazú Flor De Santa María

Colectivo
1 Pound
$15.25
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Nestled in the heart of Tarrazú, Costa Rica’s most famous coffee-producing region, Coopedota boasts just over 900 members and is widely known as one of the country’s top cooperatives. Named after the town of Santa María de Dota where the cooperative is based, Flor de Santa María represents the best of this year’s crop. We love its crisp, well-balanced flavors of citrus, cranberry, and green apple complemented by a juicy acidity. ¡Pura vida!