Golden Oyster Mushroom Growing Tissue Kit Project
Oyster Mushroom Growing Kits The science projects you can eat! The family that hallucinates together stays together. If you're an intrepid mushroom forager, a home cook who likes to grow their own herb garden, or a family who wants to work on a cool food project together this could be for you. There simple kits that, with minimal effort, grows batches of edible—not psychedelic mushrooms right in your own home. The first harvest happens in a few weeks and, if tended well, repeats itself every couple weeks. Each kit comes with instructions and everything you need to grow several batches of tasty mushrooms. No green thumb needed. In fact, a brown one might be better. As the saying goes, give a man a mushroom and he'll eat for a day. Teach him to grow his own in a closet in his house and he'll eat for a lifetime. These kit's will allow you to observe the mushroom life-cycle in action - first hand. You will see why mushrooms are the premier recyclers on the planet as you watch them consume the paper roll, Straw, cardboard or books right at home on your counter top. Since mushrooms can decompose anything organic, you will be amazed as your oyster mushrooms begin to emerge and grow right before your eyes. The best part is that these delicious fungi will be ready to eat in a few short weeks and will continue to "fruit" for many months. You can expect about five "flushes" (harvests) per kit. Each flush yields nearly a pound of mushrooms.
Golden Oyster mushrooms, AKA Golden Oyster, Pleurotus Citripileatus, are very closely related to the mushrooms, Pleurotus cornucopiae. They are most recognized as wild mushrooms, though they can also be cultivated on straw and other media via liquid strains. A range of other different colors, pink, blue, and gray can also be found in the wild and in cultivated form. Description/Taste Yellow Oyster mushrooms have daffodil yellow flower petal-shaped caps with ivory white stems. The cap is smooth and often convex with age. The margin can be smooth with a slight wave. The flesh is white and can be thin or thick depending on size, regardless its texture maintains a meaty and melting quality. The aroma is fruity and reminiscent of an aged red wine, a quality that permeates with cooking. The mushrooms' stem is short, often horizontal as it emerges perpendicular from the tissue roll. The mushrooms grow in tightly layered non-uniformed clumps. Applications Yellow Oyster mushrooms are best suited as a soup and stir fry mushroom or braising mushroom: their texture does not lend itself well to raw applications. Yellow Oyster mushrooms pair well with seafood, pork, garlic, ginger, soy, tomatoes, Asian vegetables and pot herbs. Traditional recipes include stir fries, curries, soups and these are good starting points if you have never cooked with Yellow Oyster mushroom before. Modern recipes include companion ingredients such as clams, fennel, wild arugula, fresh and melting cheeses, cured meats such as prosciutto, wild ramps, black garlic and young
The boxes used in to package our kits are 100% recycled fibers. Approximately 80% of this is composed of post-consumer recovered fiber. Boxes are 100% recyclable. Made in the USA
The tissue paper used in our kits is 100% reclaimed sugarcane fiber, enhanced with bamboo. Sugarcane fiber, bagasse, is a discarded by-product of sugar production, generally disposed of by burning—sending plumes of greenhouse gasses into the air.
Yet, it’s ideal for papermaking. Bagasse is denser in cellulose fiber than wood pulp, producing the same amount of paper with fewer raw materials, less water, less energy and less waste. And, bagasse is renewable in cycles of less than 1 year—whereas trees take 7 to 10 years, and the mushrooms love to eat it up!