Black raspberries at Gobble-Berry Farmstead.

Naturally grown berries and mushrooms

Seasonal Berries

 


May through October is berry season! We have carefully selected the most delicious varieties of blackberries, raspberries, black raspberries, and mulberries your tastebuds could ever know, but there’s still more to these delicious little morsels than meets the eye. Cane fruits are extremely well suited to our climate and soil which makes them the perfect choice for sustainable farming. Our naturally grown berries are free from pesticide, herbicide, fungicide, and chemical fertilizers, but instead rely on our flock of laying hens to eat bugs and fertilize around the bases of the plants. By growing various species, we are able to extend our berry season longer than most. You’ll love the seasonal progression of farm fresh flavors- and speaking of flavor, you won’t believe how good berries can taste when they’re harvested at peak ripeness and sold to you fresh from the farm!

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Log- and forest-grown shiitake mushrooms at Gobble-Berry Farmstead.

Shiitake Mushrooms

 

Mushrooms are the most understated superheroes of any farm-to-table setting. They complete the circle of life, turning dead trees into a high-protein, medicinal, and absolutely delicious food, and it just doesn’t get any better than that! 


At Gobble-Berry, we grow the the well-adapted, dependable Shiitake on oak logs to offer you mushrooms the way nature intended. Shiitakes have a nearly complete amino acid profile and contain up to 22% protein by dry weight, making them an excellent natural meat substitute. Additionally, they have been shown to have a host of medicinal properties and are especially known to be antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory. Sun-dried Shiitakes are incredible vitamin D supplements. It’s a win-win all around! The nutritious Shiitake can be cooked just about any way that portobellos and button mushrooms are cooked and can easily last a week in the fridge.