Gaspésie Sauvage

Gérard Mathar

Gaspésie Sauvage est situé en Gaspésie, péninsule forestière montagneuse de l'est du Canada. Ils ont mis en place une entreprise à échelle humaine privilégiant le respect du travail des cueilleurs, dans un esprit axé sur le développement durable. Si c'est un business, c'est aussi une volonté de changer les choses. Gaspésie Sauvage ne propose donc jamais des tonnes de champignons. Par contre, ils livrent toujours les produits sauvages de la meilleure qualité qui soit.

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    Makes for a hot or cold drink, delicious with some pure honey. These start-ups are picked in Gaspésie at the beginning of Summer, then slowly dried so you can enjoy them the way you like them! The resin and mint aromas are mixed with a perfume of cotton candy! Simply infuse a teaspoon for about 10 minutes, and there you go! This bag gives around...

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    Many people heard the healthy properties of fir tree. It is also an excellent condiment, fresh and mentholated. The balsam fir jelly fits perfectly with foie gras, or goat cheese. Or, you can add a spoon-full to your home-made fruit salad to enhance the taste. You can even try it with lamb, it's delicious!

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    A mix that represents the Gaspesie's wilderness. In the package, you'll find cep, and over five kinds of boletus! That's the way to add a touch of Automn to your meals!

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    Powdered wild mushrooms to sprinkle on your meals. In the pot, we mixed willy-nilly a wide variety of bolets mushrooms, and cep. This mix has a great Automn flavour, and will match perfectly your pastas, sauces, risottos, soups, salads, and even desserts. About 400 grams of fresh mushrooms are used to produce one pot.

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    Close your eyes, and smell this herbal tea : you'll discover yourself in he middle of a cedar grove in Summer. This tea is made of start-ups picked in the Sea Cove Valley, in Gaspésie. Its floral perfume, its taste of strawberries and its intense resin are simply captivating. Put a full teaspoon in a cup of hot water, and there it is! This bag...

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    To be infused alone, or to flavor your favorite herbal tea. The Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a fungus gathered on birch sap. It has been used for centuries for its manu healthy properties : anti-inflammatory, detox, anti-oxydant. To get the best out of it, simply put 2 or 3 pieces of chaga in a teapot filled with cold water. Let it rest for half an...

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    Normally eaten fresh, the chanterelle is presented to you in all new way of cooking mushrooms. While drying, the chanterelle develops a stronger taste, and acquires an hazelnut oil perfume. These dried mushrooms are specially delicious in a sauce, or added directly to cereals for breakfast.

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    Powdered chanterelles to sprinkle on your meals. About 400 grams of fresh mushrooms have been used to make each pot. Use it in your sauces, your stuffings, your salads, pastas, risottos... even your desserts!

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    Coltsfoot is considered a medicinal plant. Its flower is part of the 7 pectoral flowers. It contains a lot of mucilage, which makes it very relaxing and helpful to fight cough. It laso facilitates expectoration. Infuse a full tea spoon of coltsfoot in boiling water for ten minutes. If you want, you can add honey, since it's also good against cough.

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    Made from several species of coniferous shoots, all harvested by hand in the Gaspé, this herbal tea is equally fruity, floral and resinous. Its sweet and minty aromas evoke the forests of their provenance. Delicious with a touch of honey, hot or cold. Infuse about one teaspoon per cup for approximately ten minutes, longer if you enjoy a stronger infusion,...

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    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.

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    Handpicked fiddleheads, in June, along the magnificent rivers of Gaspésie. The pickers of Gaspésie Sauvage are trained to pick only a few buds on each plants to preserve the plants. That process also produces bigger fiddleheads. The fiddleheads are transformed right after they're picked. They're also mixed with only prime and organic ingredients. That...

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    By adding some honey, this forest tea becomes incredible! The secret mix of 7 wild plants, concocted by Gaspésie Sauvage, will bring the forests of Gaspésie right to your cup! Simply infuse a teaspoon for about then minutes, and there you go! This bag gives around 15 infusions.

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    A mix of forest mushroom and wild seaweeds collected in the Gaspé, with some sea salt.  A seasoning, with no added glutamate, which enhances the flavour of your dishes. Simply add the mix to your favorite soups, sauces or stocks.

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    A mix of dried mushrooms, handpicked around Gaspé, by the local pickers of Gaspésie Sauvage. Undoubtedly the choice of anyone wishing to discover the mushrooms in Gaspésie. This mix contains oragne russules, swollen-stalked cat mushroom, and sheep fungus.

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    Irish moss is a variety of red algae known for its gelling properties (it can be used to replace other gelling agents). It is rich in minerals, as are all algae. It is also rich in nutrients and antioxidants. Iodine aromas are very present. It may be powdered to replace salt in culinary preparations. Rehydrate it around 15 minutes in lukewarm water before...

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    This is a large brown seaweed with a dense texture which has a slightly sweet iodized flavour. It's harvested by hand in the Bay of Gaspé. Rehydrate around 30 minutes in lukewarm water, roll it out, slice in thinly.It's used in omelets, salads, sandwiches, soups... Kombu is traditionally used in japanese cuisine to make Dashi.

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    First nations were using more than a 1000 varieties of plants. Labrador tea (Leum groenlandicum) is one of those. This middle-sized shroud is found mostly in boreal regions. Only the last leafs are hand-picke for tea. The aromas are somewhat unique to this tea, but its infusion reveals notes of carraway, peppermint, tarragon, and grapefruit. The taste is...

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    First Nations used more than 1000 different plants to maintain their heatlh. Labrador tea (Ledum groenlandicum) is one of those. The leaves are only handpicked. With a really caracteristic taste, the infusion of a couple of leaves gives a mix of aromas like resin, peppermint, tarragon and grapefruit. These delicate flavours are now available in your own...

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    Called the lobster mushroom because of its distinguished seafood taste, it's a pure delight. If you had to choose any of our dried mushrooms, you really should go with this one! It's different, it's charming... it's perfect!

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    This mix contains varieties of mushrooms that combine happily with dairy or milk substitutes. Rehydrating these mushrooms in milk or cream will accentuate their creamy and cheesy side, a true delight. Integrate them into a fondue, for example...

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    Well, what can we say? Morels are the absolut best of dried mushrooms. It's aroma is a surprising mix of wild mushrooms and... an old italian cheese (according to the guy who picks them, anyway!). A gastronomical fantasm.

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    Cep is wildly known to be a mushrooms that gets better while being dried. It comes with a natural taste of smoke, poultry, and curry.

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    Powdered wild ceps that we picked in the forest, for a distinct smoke - broth - curry tatste. About 400 grams of fresh mushrooms are used to produce a single pot.

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