Gaspésie Sauvageis situated in Gaspésie, a peninsula know for its forests and moutains, in the eastern part of Canada. The business is based on human values, prioritizing the respect of the pickers, with an aim to ensure sustainable development. It's a business, but also a will to change things. Therefore, Gaspésie Sauvage never offers huge quantities of mushrooms. But, they always deliver the best quality available.
In Italy they are called "chiodini". This is a mushroom that is renowned, commercialized and sought after. The mushroom is honey colored and has a slightly bitter taste. Put the dried mushrooms at least 30 minutes in hot liquid (water, broth, etc.), and then drain. Keep the liquid to flavor your soups or even to prepare a sauce!
Its flesh is dense, very firm and white. It is a cousin of the famous Matsutake. It will enhance the flavor of your stewed dishes. Put the dried mushrooms at least 30 minutes in hot liquid (water, broth, etc.), and then drain. Keep the liquid to flavor your soups or even to prepare a sauce!
This is a green algae (rich in chlorophyll) harvested by hand along the shore of the Gaspé Peninsula. Its complex and iodine flavour evokes white truffle! Excellent added to vegetables, sauces, soups or to flavour butter. You can use it dried or rehydrate it 4-5 minutes in lukewarm water.
This red algae is purplish with flavours that evoke cold water shrimp, manually harvested in the Gaspé. You can either incorporate it directly into your omelets, salads, sandwiches and soups or rehydrate it for 4-5 minutes in lukewarm water before use. Crushed into tiny pieces, it can be used as salt.