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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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    Grow your own Brown beech mushrooms! Brown Beech mushrooms are high in protein, dietary fiber, and antioxidants.
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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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    Elm Oyster Mushrooms are a great non-meat source of protein, rivaling beans and any other vegetable source. They are low in available carbohydrates and have less than 5% dry weight fats. Depending on the substrate on which they grow, Elm oyster mushrooms can contain a number of essential minerals including magnesium, iron, manganese and zinc.
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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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    Grow your own White Enoki mushrooms!
  • Grow your own Antler Reishi!  Reishi mushrooms grow at the base of deciduous trees.
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    The King Stropharia is a tasty, fleshy mushroom, which is suitable for outdoor and indoor cultivation. Also known as "wine cap" mushrooms or "garden giants", King Stropharia are commonly grown in home gardens because they improve soil health and even kill root-eating nematodes. The King Stropharia can grow to 20 cm high with a reddish-brown convex to flattening cap up to 30 cm across, the size leading to another colloquial name Godzilla mushroom.
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    **NOT EDIBLE** Panellus stipticus is one of several dozen species of fungi that are bio-luminescent. The luminescence is localized to the edges of the gills and the junction of the gills with the stem and cap. Bio-luminescence is also observable with mycelia grown in laboratory culture, and the growth conditions for optimal light production have been studied in detail.
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    Maitake is an edible and medicinal mushroom grows in the northern part of the Temperate Zone in the Northern Hemisphere found in Japan, China, Europe and North America. Maitake has been prized for its taste.
  • Grow your own Turkey Tail mushrooms!  Turkey Tail mushrooms are one of the most common mushrooms found in forests throughout the world.
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    Morchella, the true morels, is a genus of edible mushrooms closely related to anatomically simpler cup fungi. These distinctive mushrooms appear honeycomb-like in that the upper portion is composed of a network of ridges with pits between them.