Truly wild mushrooms are foraged. That is, someone walks through the woods or meadows looking for a picking edible fungi. Shitakes, criminis, oysters? Not wild. They're usually cultivated. There's nothing wrong with cultivated mushrooms, nothing at all, but wild mushrooms have a greater range of flavors--not only do different wild mushrooms taste different from one another, not even all chanterelles taste alike. Learn about different wild mushrooms here. I recently sauteed up some hedgehog mushrooms - just a sprinkle of salt is all they need. For something a bit heartier, put a healthy amount of mushrooms and wild rice inside a squash and bake it to deliciousness - for specifics see Wild Rice and Mushroom Stuffed Squash.