King Oyster Mushroom has a wonderful nutty flavor and a resilient firm texture. It has a great range of flavor, depending on the preparation style. It can be sautéed, grilled, braised, stewed, or broiled. Unlike many mushrooms, the stem has the same wonderful texture and flavor as the cap – nothing is wasted. The stem may be sliced into medallions and prepared like seared scallops. Firm porcini-like texture, its savory richness is emphasized by high-heat cooking.
King Oyster Mushroom logs are Certified Organic and produced through methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. This Mushroom Grow Kit allows you to grow some of the mushrooms used by the finest chefs in the world easily and quickly almost anywhere in your own home or office. The MUSHROOM LOG takes only a 9″ by 9″ space, requires no more care nor knowledge than a common tropical plant and comes with complete instructions. Mushroom Logs may be placed on a coffee table, counter, or desk – they will produce mushrooms virtually anywhere room temperature is maintained! UPC 860000301411
Now you have the opportunity not only to enjoy watching these exotic mushrooms grow but also to enjoy eating the freshest mushrooms possible. King Oyster likes to grow below 70 degrees Fahrenheit; 62 – 67 degrees Fahrenheit is optimal. King Oyster Mushroom Logs may be a little slow to produce (2 – 4 weeks), but they are worth the wait. King Oyster Mushroom logs are produced through methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity.
The total number of mushrooms you can expect to get on each log may vary from log to log, and depend on your care of the log and the environmental conditions in your home.
Earth Friendly Mushroom Growing Kits
Mushroom logs are produced with a 100% recycled plant based substrate using methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Our logs are produced on the mushroom’s natural food: wood – in this case sawdust; The mushrooms we specialize in are forest-dwelling mushrooms that grow on fresh sterilized ligno-cellulose material. Examples of suitable substrate include deciduous sawdust, wheat bran and the like…