Robert L. Anderson/USDA Forest Service/Bugwood.org
Oyster mushrooms are the most widely eaten mushrooms in the world and very easy to grow. Their oyster-like flavor makes them great in soups.
Size: 2 to 8 inches in diameter.
Sunlight requirements: No sun; keep in the dark between 55 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
Water requirements: Spray with water every other day.
Soil requirements: Do not place in soil; mushroom will decompose.
When to plant: Fall.
Where to plant: In coffee grounds inside a container, sterilized straw or sawdust; on a piece of wood.
When to harvest: 25 to 35 days.
Product storage: Refrigerate fresh mushrooms for up to two weeks; dry and store for up to two years; pickle or can.
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