by Jack Czarnecki. The master mushroom chef of our time has written a culinary masterpiece. Delectable recipes and photos of shiitake, cepes, portobello, straw, chanterelle, enoki, and morel dishes. A great gift. 208 pp. hardcover
by David Arora. A lively and funny ﬁeld guide with superb photos 264 pp.
by Bob Harris. Saw kerf, spawn comb, and other alternative methods by our founder. 7 pp.
by Stephen Gaskin. An eloquent call to non-violence and spiritual revolution. 149 pp.
by Terence McKenna. 272 pp.
by Stephen Gaskin. On civil rights, spiritual communion, consciousness, and relationships. 136 pp. Currently sold out. A new, revised edition may be available in 2011.
By Pirozynski & Hawksworth. 285 pp.
by Katsaros. A beautiful little Audubon Society pocket guide, 192 pp.
Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge A Radical History of Plants, Drugs, and Human Evolution
by Terence McKenna. 315 pp.
by Andrew Weil and Winifred Rosen. A unique theory of addiction interwoven with some fascinating history. 240 pp.
by Paul Stamets. The state-of-the-art manual for every mushroom cultivator on sawdust, straw, bagasse, coffee grounds, and many other agri-wastes. Contains in great detail all the parameters and fascinating facts for shiitake, maitake, reishi, 7 species of oysters, portabella, and many other gourmet and medicinal mushrooms. Speaks to environmental concerns, health, and business success. Excellent on all phases of sterile technique starting from mushroom spores / clones. Beautiful color photos. 585 pp.
by Bob Harris. A simple guide to sterile methods, spores, and natural cultivation of wild mushrooms in compost. Identiﬁes wild mushrooms and poisonous look-alikes. 88 pp., color photos.
by Marlene DeRios. 255 pp.
A nifty pocket-sized booklet for identifying all kinds of oaks & other trees that grow anywhere.
How to make truly low-cost, instant high-rise growbeds using leaves, grass clippings, and compost. Combined with Square Foot Gardening, these two methods are capable of eliminating world hunger. Beautifully illustrated with hand drawings, 244 pp.
by Clark Heinrich. Praised by Albert Hoffman and Terence McKenna, this is a treasure trove of controversial excursions into myth, legend, and religion. 221 pp., illustrated.
by Christopher Hobbs. The results of research on reishi, shiitake, maitake, and over 100 mushroom species on stimulating the immune system, preventing and treating cancer and AIDS, and treating heart disease. 251 pp.
by Stephen Gaskin. A series of conversations that were attended by thousands of people, and helped determine the spiritual direction of a generation of cultural creatives. Second edition, annotated. 191 pp.
by Thomas Laessoe and Gary Lincoff. The clearest recognition guide to mushrooms available, with over 2,300 full-color crystal-clear photos and illustrations of over 500 mushrooms. This is one of the prettiest books we have seen. 304 pp. with quality flex covers.
by David Arora. This Big Mama of ﬁeld guides covers over 2000 species, has a checklist of the 70 most common mushrooms, detailed keys, habitats, classiﬁcation, cookery, the meanings of scientiﬁc names, and toxins. Color and b&w photos, 960 pp.
By Helmut Steinek. Not about shiitake; create magic in your garden with a variety of gourmet and medicinal mushrooms in an edible landscape. 148 pp., color photos.
by Paul Stamets. A manual for the mycological rescue of the planet. Growing mushrooms is one of the best things we can do for the environment. Here you’ll ﬁnd out how to revitalize wastelands, decompose toxic waste sites, reduce silt from streambeds, and remove pathogens from agricultural watersheds. Detailed myco-restoration of forests and the latest medicinal and nutritional properties of mushrooms. For the conscious cultivator and gardener. Heavily illustrated, 340 pp.
by Gordon Wasson, et al. On the Eleusian mysteries and the culture of ancient Greece. 257 pp.
by Alexander and Ann Shulgin. Pioneering research in entheogenic and sexual biochemistry. 200 detailed descriptions of the endogenous workhorses of the brain and their effects, and their chemical structures with diagrams. 978 pp.
by R.E. Schultes & A. Hoffman. A visual feast on the many entheogenic plants used by our ancestors. 192 pp.
by Paul Stamets. Ancient uses as sacraments and mind-enhancers. Identiﬁcation guide for the world. Beautiful color electron microscope photographs. 256 pp.
by O.T. Oss and O.N. Oeric. With a foreword by Terence McKenna, this is a classic manual on dung-inhabiting mushrooms, and the evolutionary, medicinal, and historical aspects of entheogenic mushrooms. Many photos, 86 pp.
by Jim DeKorne. 155 pp.
by Kenneth Jones. Excellent summary of the beneﬁts of reishi. 34 pp.
by T. Reidlinger. The true adventures of Gordon Wasson, banker, author, and ethnobiologist. 283 pp. Softcover. Hardcover available.
by R. Boire. “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.” 69 pp.
by Kenneth Jones. What gourmet mushroom is used as a treatment for cancer, HIV, high blood pressure, and CFS? The same Shiitake you can grow in your backyard! Extravagantly documented, includes some recipes. 120 pp.
by Emil Mondoa M.D and Mindy Kitei. A revolutionary book about long-chain sugars that are essential to our nervous and immune systems. The body synthesizes these sugars, except for eight essential polysaccharides that must come from food. The highest sources of these essential sugars are mushrooms. Authoritative guide from a physician who treats intractable diseases. 262 pp. softcover.
by Arleen and Alan Bessette. Most excellent, with stunning, detailed color photos. 113 pp.
by Mel Bartholomew. Grow your organic greens and veggies in 1/5 of the space, using 1/5 of the water, 1/5 the weeding, and with 1/5 the work! The book shows how to create instant raised-bed gardens without ever having to dig up the ground again. A perennially best-selling book, this earth-saving treasure was on National Public Television for 8 years. Heavily illustrated in color, high-quality paperback, 272 pp.
by Gary Lincoff. A pocket-sized guide that’s really loaded. The simple visual key takes you through 762 full-color photo identiﬁcations. 926 pp.
by Albert K. Bates. A densely written and researched book, it’s the true reality show of the planet, the one in which you and I are actors, too. Thrilling and mind-blowing, a child could understand it, but some politicians may find it beyond their ken. Low-tech, practical solutions to climate change, soil depletion, overpopulation, and world unemployment. It’s about how to regreen the planet and save us from global warming and mass starvation. Lots of pictures!
by Olle Persson, illustrations by Bo Mossberg. A bakers’ dozen of the delicious Chanterelle mushroom species are described and illustrated, along with their typical field and forest habitats. Fourteen European mouth-watering chanterelle recipes are included. Historical tales and ancient lore surrounding this family of mushrooms are engagingly interwoven in the 120 pages, with beautiful watercolor illustrations.
by Terence McKenna and Dennis McKenna. 229 pp.
by J.S. Chilton and Paul Stamets. A classic book on all phases of mushroom cultivation. The expert manual on making compost. The growing parameters for many edible and entheogenic species are given, compiled from hard-to-ﬁnd sources and offering the student a good starting place. The chapters on contamination and troubleshooting are excellent. Includes the cultivation of the Agaricus mushrooms (Button and Portobello). Good illustrations and photos, 415 pp.
Chef Jack Czarnecki cooks as he sings praises for portobello. Color woodcut illustrations. 88 pp., hardcover.
by Albert K Bates. Who knew petrocollapse could be so tasty? A hopeful and humorous look at the next 30 years to the world beyond petroleum, by a pioneer futurist and ecovillage innovator. 237 pp.
by Peter Stafford. What really happened; an encyclopedia with a heart. 420 pp.
by Jennifer Snyder. Wonderful gourmet recipes, with tips on buying and storing shiitake. Dr. Andrew Weil explains shiitake’s anti-cholesterol and immune-enhancing properties. A great gift! 112 pp.
by Dorothy R. Bates. Over 100 recipes of this delicious staple of Indonesian cuisine, from Breakfast Sausage and Hero Sandwiches to Mock Mincemeat Pie. Full instructions for making tempeh at home (we sell starter kits too!). 96 pp, illustrated.
by Helena Siegel and Karen Gillingham. A little mushroom-shaped book with excellent recipes. 95 pp.
by Sasha & Ann Shulgin. The sequel to Pihkal, the psychedelic adventure-romance of well-known chemist Sasha Shulgin and his wife Ann, with chemical details. 804 pp.
True Hallucinations: Being an Account of the Author’s Extraordinary Adventures in the Devil’s Paradise
by Terence McKenna. 237 pp.