Pink Oyster mushrooms are botanically classified as 'Pleurotus djamor'. They are found growing on dead hardwood trees in many tropic and sub tropic zones throughout the world. Pink oysters are a flavorful low-calorie food loaded with antioxidants, minerals and vitamins that promote overall health.
Brown Oyster mushrooms are botanically classified as 'Pleurotus Ostreatus'. Like most oysters, they are found growing on dead hardwood trees and living trees in forests of sub tropic zones throughout the world. Brown oysters are a delicious low-calorie food that are known for its immune boosting, anti-cancer and antibacterial properties.
White Oyster mushrooms are botanically classified as 'Pleurotus Ostreatus'. These mushrooms can be found growing on dead tree stumps, hardwoods and living trees in forests throughout the world. This low calorie, immune boosting mushrooms also contain relatively high amounts of quality protein.
Now that you have grown your very own mushrooms, its time to cook them! They can be sautéed, stir fried, braised, marinated, grilled or added to soups. They have a mild mushroom flavor and distinct fleshy texture in dishes. They are an ideal substitute for meat such as pork, beef or poultry. They can also be paired well with these meats.