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Cyber Monday sale, new notes from Cathy's Lab, upcoming workshops, and gearing up for the holidays!

Well, it's "Cyber Monday" y'all... but they tell us most of the deals were already on the table last week during "Grey Thursday" and "Black Friday." Oh well... we may have missed out, I guess that's what we get for being "old school." Regardless, we're still going to do a short and sweet flash sale, [...]

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Much brewing this fall: golden oysters, tinder fungus hats and bags, Everything Mushrooms tumblr, more yumminess from Jessica, plus an updated workshop schedule.

Quite a lot has been brewing at Everything Mushrooms. Fall is always a busy time of year for us, usually following a slow spell in the late summer. We have wholesale orders to fill as folks take advantage of the slightly cooler temps to work with a variety of mushrooms. Many of our summer projects [...]

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Black morel mushroom culture and spawn patches available, summer dates to catch us at the Market Square Farmers' Market.

Unfortunately our morel mushroom season was cut a little short by unseasonably warm temps early in April. However, we did manage to accomplish one major goal while the little land fish were up. We successfully obtained culture of locally harvested black morel mushrooms! Cathy was also able to work up some of the yellows, and [...]

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Jessica's new cooking blog, a primer on foraging edible mushrooms from Cathy, and workin' in the garden.

Being in the mushroom world, we are exposed to a lot of fungi enthusiasts. Folks that are passionate about all aspects of mushroom culture: foraging, cultivation, mycoremediation, cooking, health, nutrition, etc. We sometimes find ourselves overlooking the easy things that keep new shroomers from taking the dive and enjoying mushrooms more frequently. This is brought [...]

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Shiitake mushroom log workshop, Saturday May 4th @ 4pm... last of the season!

Mushroom logs! That's what we'll be doing... just one last time this spring. Join us for a casual and hands-on mushroom cultivation experience starting at 4pm on Saturday May 4th. All participants will create their own shiitake mushroom logs. Materials provided. Cost is $25 per log, couples or friends are welcome to share the experience. Instruction [...]

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We're expanding showroom hours, new guy Ryan, and fun times at the Mushroom Shop.

We're officially open every day 'cept Sunday! This week marked the beginning of expanded hours at our Knoxville showroom; now open noon - 6pm Monday through Friday, and noon - 4pm on Saturdays. We've long had the showroom closed on Mondays, and even more recently on Tuesdays... generally using this time to catchup from weekend [...]

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Save the Date! Saturday April 6th: Everything Mushrooms Spring Open House, Workshop, and Dinner.

We're excited to announce final details for our Spring Open House at Everything Mushrooms HQ! We are looking forward to a fun, casual, and informative afternoon of mushroomy nerdiness. Festivities will begin at noon, when we open for normal store hours. We'll have extra staff on hand, so come on down and visit, poke around, [...]

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Spring open house and dinner April 6th, more from Cathy on mushroom plugs, and fresh chunky chaga.

We are fully into log plugging season! Cathy has been busy in the lab staying ahead with culture and spawn production, keeping fresh plugs and sawdust rolling out as often as possible. Despite long days in front of the laminar hood, she's also managed to kick out one helluva blog post, tackling many of the [...]

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Appalachian mushroom bread and new gizmos in the shop

In the latest installment of Cathy's Lab, Cathy shows us her take on a traditional baked good with roots in Appalachia. Pepperoni rolls were a lunch favorite of Italian coal miners in northern Appalachia. Rolled pepperoni breads were a hearty lunch that didn't need refrigeration. They are tightly packed which made them easy to carry around [...]

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Time to plug logs and drink chaga mushroom tea.

Been cold out, and Knoxville got its first good snow in some time. Despite the chill in the air, we find ourselves looking forward to spring and projects in the mushroom garden. Plugging mushroom logs is a great seasonally appropriate endeavor to take advantage of the downtime and ready more productive material for the garden. [...]

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