Chaga Hot Chocolate

Chaga Hot Chocolate Make a warm cup of chaga tea hot chocolate without the expensive mix from the store! 1 cup strongly brewed chaga tea*1/2 tbsp cocoa powder 1/2 tbsp maple syrup or honey1 tbsp coconut oil or cream Heat the Chaga tea on the stove to just below...

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Chaga Mushroom Soup

Chaga Mushroom Soup

Chaga Mushroom Soup I find comfort in always having a crockpot full of hot chaga tea decocting on my countertop. Although I love the earthy taste of drinking chaga tea straight or in an elixir, I have also found that it works well as a base broth for soup. This chaga...

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Mushroom Barley Risotto

Mushroom Barley Risotto

  Mushroom Barley Risotto If you’re looking for a hearty fall recipe for those freshly harvested mushrooms, this barley risotto is delicious! I used shiitake mushrooms, but you could also use oyster mushrooms, wine cap mushrooms, bolete mushrooms, or cremini...

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What have we been up to?

What have we been up to?

We know we have not been posting to our blog!  We apologize…  We have been working hard to increase our business and our infrastructure.  We are fortunate that people are more interested in local food and where their food comes than ever before!  That means interest...

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Oops!

Oops!

Oops!  We migrated our website to a new hosting platform today...  Our initial testing was good but it looks like there were problems with a bunch of the links on our site today.  Thanks to the customer who notified us!  Everything is up now and good. Thanks!

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Live Online Class with the Light Cellar!

Live Online Class with the Light Cellar!

Get the best of both worlds!  Tara, from Fungi Akuafo, will teach you how to fruit from a mushroom grow kit.  Malcolm, from the LIght Cellar, will teach you about the medicinal uses of the mushrooms you will grow! One grow kit is included in the registration.  Class...

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World Soil Day

World Soil Day

December 5, 2020 is World Soil Day! This year’s theme ‘keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity’ aims to raise awareness of the importance of sustaining healthy ecosystems and human-well being’ by encouraging people to engage in proactively improving soil health to...

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Our name

Our name

You might be wondering why the name Fungi Akuafo? That is a little nod to the fungi 'Queendom' and our sister farm, 'Akesi Farms'. Many people ask us if 'Akuafo' is Japanese but it is actually Fante, one of the Akan languages spoken in Ghana where Meghan's husband,...

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