|Slightly nutty, with a good texture.|
|Source:||Foraging • Fall Seeds • The Cave|
|Found in:||Stardew Valley, including Secret Woods|
|Season:||Spring • Fall|
The Common Mushroom is a mushroom found via foraging throughout Stardew Valley in the Fall. They can also be found in the Secret Woods during Spring and Fall and on the Forest Farm during Summer. They can be grown from Wild Seeds (Fa) or in mushroom bins in the The Cave if the mushroom option is chosen. They can also be obtained by tapping a Mushroom Tree.
|Image||Name||Description||Ingredients||Restores||Buff(s)||Buff Duration||Recipe Source(s)||Sell Price|
|Fried Mushroom||Earthy and aromatic.||Common Mushroom (1) Morel (1) Oil (1)|| 135
Demetrius (Mail - 3+ )
|Stir Fry||Julienned vegetables on a bed of rice.||Cave Carrot (1) Common Mushroom (1) Kale (1) Oil (1)|| 200
|Tom Kha Soup||These flavors are incredible!||Coconut (1) Shrimp (1) Common Mushroom (1)|| 175
|Farming (+2) Max Energy (+30)||7m||
Sandy (Mail - 7+ )
|Image||Name||Description||Ingredients||Recipe Source||Sell Price|
|Wild Seeds (Fa)||An assortment of wild fall seeds.
(Produces 10 Fall Seeds per craft)
|Blackberry (1) Common Mushroom (1) Hazelnut (1) Wild Plum (1)||Foraging Level 6||45g|
- The Common Mushroom may be randomly requested in Fall at the "Help Wanted" board outside Pierre's General Store for a reward of 120g and 150 Friendship points.
- Common Mushroom is used for some Fish Pond quests.
- 1.4: Can now be used in Tailoring.
|Spring||Common Mushroom • Daffodil • Dandelion • Leek • Morel • Salmonberry • Spring Onion • Wild Horseradish|
|Summer||Fiddlehead Fern • Grape • Red Mushroom • Spice Berry • Sweet Pea|
|Fall||Blackberry • Chanterelle • Common Mushroom • Hazelnut • Wild Plum|
|Winter||Crocus • Crystal Fruit • Holly • Snow Yam • Winter Root|
|The Beach||Clam • Cockle • Coral • Mussel • Nautilus Shell • Oyster • Rainbow Shell • Sea Urchin • Seaweed|
|The Mines||Cave Carrot • Purple Mushroom • Red Mushroom|
|The Desert||Cactus Fruit • Coconut|
|Skull Cavern||Dinosaur Egg • Fiddlehead Fern|