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  • Grow your own Antler Reishi! Reishi mushrooms are used in Asian medicine to boost the immune system and to promote health.  Reishi mushrooms grow at the base of deciduous trees.
  • Grow your own Turkey Tail mushrooms!  Turkey Tail mushrooms are one of the most common mushrooms found in forests throughout the world.  Turkey tail mushrooms have many medicinal benefits.
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    Grow your own White Enoki mushrooms!
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    Grow your own Brown beech mushrooms! Brown Beech mushrooms are high in protein, dietary fiber, and antioxidants.
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    Amongst all the species, Cordyceps militaris is considered as the oldest source of some useful chemical constituents. Read more about this fascinating fungus below!
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    Grow your own edible and medicinal pink oyster mushrooms with a 10cc liquid culture syringe.
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    In nature, this mushroom strain is noted as being a fast colonizer which produces thick and heavy caps.
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    Volvariella volvacea (also known as straw mushroom or paddy straw mushroom) is an edible mushroom cultivated throughout East and Southeast Asia and used extensively in Asian cuisines. They are adaptable and take 4-5 days to mature, and are most successfully grown in subtropical climates with high annual rainfall.
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    Calvatia gigantea, commonly known as the Giant puffball, is commonly found in meadows, fields, and deciduous forests worldwide, usually in late summer and autumn. Most grow to be 4 to 28 in) in diameter, although can reach up to 5 ft., and weigh over 40 lbs. The fruiting body of a puffball mushroom develops within a few weeks and then begins to produce spores. The meat of giant puffballs tastes very similar to tofu or melted cheese when cooked. Puffballs may be sautéed, broiled, or breaded and fried; they do not dehydrate well, but may be cooked and then frozen.
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    DELICIOUS, but definitely strange looking. And it's BIG! Specimens range over 1.5 feet wide. Found growing throughout the northern boreal zone and wherever conifers are abundant. Most commonly found in Western North America.
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    The fruiting bodies of Agaricus augustus are large and distinctive agarics. The cap shape is hemispherical during the so-called button stage, and then expands, becoming convex and finally flat, with a diameter of up to 22 cm. The cap cuticle is dry, densely covered with concentrically arranged brown-colored scales on a white to yellow background.
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    The White Morels of North America have ridges that do not darken with maturity, and caps that are (usually) tightly attached to the stem, without forming a substantial "rim" at the point of attachment.