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Standard Delivery is 3-5 days.

The cutoff time for Next Working Day orders is 12pm Monday to Thursday.

Please note, next day delivery is only available to addresses in Mainland England and Wales.  Addresses in Scotland will take an additional 24 hours and next day delivery to Northern Ireland may incur a surcharge

Mushroom brush
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Mushroom brush

Mushrooms taste better if they’re brushed

Availability: In stock

£5.00
Mushroom brush
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    Estimated Delivery 2-5 days

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    Next Day Delivery Available

  • Description

    For anyone who enjoys eating mushrooms a mushroom brush will be a welcome gift.  The reason is that preparing mushrooms for eating is unlike preparing other vegetables as they shouldn’t be washed.  Mushrooms should be brushed with a dry mushroom brush and wiped with a damp cloth.  If a mushroom gets wet its liable to absorb water and dilute the flavour.

    This brush is particularly cute as its round beach handle resembles a puffball mushroom.

    Beech wood with light horsehair bristles

    4.5cm

    Our mushroom foraging tips:

    Learn how to identify mushrooms you can safely eat.  Even if you only master a few, stick to those you know

    Don’t be too thorough.  Leave a few mushrooms in situ so they can continue to drop spores.

    It’s easy to get lost when your head’s down foraging.  Take a friend and a map.

  • Delivery

    We offer two types of delivery:

    • Standard Delivery via post is £5.95. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
    • Next Working Day For an additional £4.00, your order will be delivered the next working day.

    For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

  • Reviews

    Absolutely delighted

    Review by Bee Benton

    I've received my order from you and am absolutely delighted with everything- thank you so much for it all. I love it all so much I don't want to give any of it away, and wish I had ordered much more.

    Very impressed too with your packaging, speed and efficiency especially at this time of year.

    Thanks again, and Merry Christmas!
    (Posted on 27/11/2014)

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  • Meet the Producer

    Gernot Redecker

    Gernot Redecker

    Brush and broom maker in northern Germany

    Friedrich Redecker was born in northern Germany in 1908 and started going blind from the age of four.  In those days making brushes was the standard trade for the blind, so that is what Friedrich set about doing.  Only he was more successful than most and built a small brush and broom making business that supported his family and continued until his death at the age of 71.

    After Friedrich’s death his youngest son Gernot took on the responsibility for winding down the business, but instead of bringing the business to a close discovered there was such high demand for the brushes at local fairs that he decided to expand.

    Several decades later Fredrich’s son Felix has now joined the business and the range of brushes and brooms has expanded considerably.  As well as having a reputation for very high quality products, the family is also famous for its innovation, which happens at their dedicated ideas workshop. Their focus is on blending modern contemporary design with traditional materials and crafts.

Description
Delivery
Reviews
Meet the Producer

Description

For anyone who enjoys eating mushrooms a mushroom brush will be a welcome gift.  The reason is that preparing mushrooms for eating is unlike preparing other vegetables as they shouldn’t be washed.  Mushrooms should be brushed with a dry mushroom brush and wiped with a damp cloth.  If a mushroom gets wet its liable to absorb water and dilute the flavour.

This brush is particularly cute as its round beach handle resembles a puffball mushroom.

Beech wood with light horsehair bristles

4.5cm

Our mushroom foraging tips:

Learn how to identify mushrooms you can safely eat.  Even if you only master a few, stick to those you know

Don’t be too thorough.  Leave a few mushrooms in situ so they can continue to drop spores.

It’s easy to get lost when your head’s down foraging.  Take a friend and a map.

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Delivery

We offer two types of delivery:

  • Standard Delivery via post is £5.95. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
  • Next Working Day For an additional £4.00, your order will be delivered the next working day.

For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

Reviews

Absolutely delighted

Review by Bee Benton

I've received my order from you and am absolutely delighted with everything- thank you so much for it all. I love it all so much I don't want to give any of it away, and wish I had ordered much more.

Very impressed too with your packaging, speed and efficiency especially at this time of year.

Thanks again, and Merry Christmas!
(Posted on 27/11/2014)

Write Your Own Review

How do you rate this product? *

1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars

Meet the Producer

Gernot Redecker

Gernot Redecker

Brush and broom maker in northern Germany

Friedrich Redecker was born in northern Germany in 1908 and started going blind from the age of four.  In those days making brushes was the standard trade for the blind, so that is what Friedrich set about doing.  Only he was more successful than most and built a small brush and broom making business that supported his family and continued until his death at the age of 71.

After Friedrich’s death his youngest son Gernot took on the responsibility for winding down the business, but instead of bringing the business to a close discovered there was such high demand for the brushes at local fairs that he decided to expand.

Several decades later Fredrich’s son Felix has now joined the business and the range of brushes and brooms has expanded considerably.  As well as having a reputation for very high quality products, the family is also famous for its innovation, which happens at their dedicated ideas workshop. Their focus is on blending modern contemporary design with traditional materials and crafts.

Tell Me More