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Surplus mushroom deals at Gourmet Mushrooms in Sebastopol

Melanie Wong | Feb 20, 201612:00 AM    

Today I scored 3 pounds of maitake mushrooms (hen of the woods) for $25 from Gourmet Mushrooms/Mycopia. When supplies of specialty mushrooms exceed what it can sell to restaurant customers, it will offer them to the public on Friday afternoons. Keep an eye out for announcements on Cropmobster.com.

It shares the gated driveway off the Gravenstein Hwy with Merry Edwards tasting room. Cash only.

Gourmet Mushrooms, Inc.
2901 Gravenstein Hwy N
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Phone:(707) 823-1743
http://mycopia.com/

(If there were a "farm" tag, I'd use it for this post and others.)

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