Morels Mushroom are rare, and only found in the spring, making them less available and more unique than other mushrooms species. Unique in flavor - these wild Alaskan morels have a nutty and woodsy flavor that is sought after by gourmet chefs. They are rich in protein, dietary fiber, and minerals and nutrients such as iron, copper, phosphorus, manganese, zinc and potassium. Even if you are not a mushroom lover, morels tend to leave a good impression after one delightful taste of their smokey depth of flavor and meaty texture. Dry morel mushrooms need to be soaked before serving. The amount of water should cover the surface of the mushrooms, about twenty to thirty minutes after the water becomes burgundy, morels can be completely soft.