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Fresh Mushrooms wild


Boletus edulis 
Cantharellus cibarius 
Cantharellus lutences 
Hydnum repandum 
Lactarius deliciosus 

Boletus edulis | Boletus phinipholius (míscaros, cepes)
The billets are commonly known as míscaros or niscaros. The name of the species originates from Latin, nicknamed by various authors as “ The King of the billets”, its excellent  edibility is unanimous. Its natural habitat are oak trees, pine trees in case of the edulis and exclusively pine trees in case of the pinicola and fructify  from summer to autumn, and in constant rain season.

Firm flesh and unmistakable flavor make these species extremely sought. Owner of an intense flavor which blends marvelously in an infinity of dishes.

Harvest Season

September to January

Cantharellus cibarius (rapazinhos, cantarelas, canários, sanchas)
Very known and appreciated. Can be taken advantage of its totality and its flesh never spoils. Can be dried or salted, used in stews, barbecues and even in desserts. It is rich in amino acid and vitamin A.


Nutritional Value
Proteins: 1,5; Fat: 0.0, Carbo-hydrates: 7; Energy; 38 Kcal

Harvest Season

January to December

Hydnum repandum (hedgehog mushroom or sweet tooth

This mushroom most commonly known as hedgehog mushroom possesses a characteristic which differentiates them from other wild mushrooms turning them unmistakable which are needles  over a white yellowish hat.

These needles should be removed before cooking, since they are very bitter. They possess a strong flavor which combines specially with meat.

Havest season

October to February

Cantharellus lutences (Yellow foot)

It is a good edible mushroom and can be eaten as fresh or dehydrated. It gives a special touch  to any recipe with eggs, besides stir-fried dishes and breaded dishes. Can also be used in desserts.

Harvest season

October to February

Lactarius deliciosus (sanchas, pinheiras)
É um dos membros mais bem conhecidos do género Lactarius, na ordem Russulale. Caracteriza-se pelo seu leite laranja ao cortar as bases das suas lâminas, oxidando logo de seguida dando um aspeto azulado inconfundível. Extremamente saborosos em arroz, estufados e salteados.

Época de colheita

Outubro a Dezembro

Cantharellus cibarius (rapazinhos, cantarelas, canários, sanchas)
Very known and appreciated. Can be taken advantage of its totality and its flesh never spoils. Can be dried or salted, used in stews, barbecues and even in desserts. It is rich in amino acid and vitamin A.


Nutritional Value
Proteins: 1,5; Fat: 0.0, Carbo-hydrates: 7; Energy; 38 Kcal

Harvest Season

January to December