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Wild Mushroom Blends – The good, The bad and The Gorgeous

There are so many kinds of mushrooms that the average person has never tasted, seen, or heard of. We only get exposed to a few commercialized varieties at the grocery store and the odd wild variety at a trendy restaurant. It’s time that everyone learns that the mushroom kingdom is vast…very vast. And just as…
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The Harvester's Log

Morel harvest 2017

We are here. Camp set up, Northern Alberta /BC border. Its tough so far, morels are hard to find and access is very challenging. 2 crew members having multiple bear encounters while picking deep in the woods. A grizzly and a black at the same time for Ryan, whoes dog challenged the grizzly and they…
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The Harvester's Log

VICE Documentary

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This time of year we get hundreds of e-mails and phone calls inquiring about harvesting morels. In case you missed it, VICE documentaries followed us into the bus in 2015 and did a pretty good job at capturing what it’s all about. Watch it here.
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Cheesy and Wild

We are delighted to announce that you can now march down to Sobeys and Safeway delis and pick yourselves up a scrumptious and carefully crafted cheese containing Untamed Feast wild mushrooms. Bothwell Cheese out of Manitoba approached a few years ago (good cheese takes time) looking for cool wild ingredients to add to their already varied…
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New Product Sea Veggie Salt

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New to the Untamed Feast line up is Sea Veggie Salt,  an extremely simple to use and ridiculously healthy alternative to table salt. Made of 100% raw, wild sea vegetables sustainably harvested off the coast of Haida Gwaii, BC, Canada. Our blend of Wakame, Kombu, and Giant Kelp is dried with cold air (to maintain raw food…
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Chanterelles are in!

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We are well into the chanterelles harvest season, and while we still have some picking to do,  some of our chanterelles are bathing in a wine barrel, some have been sent to Bothwell Cheese for a delicious new, aged cheddar (not new-aged 🙂 more info on that in the coming months), and we just made a…
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