Mushroom Growing Blog
For many, mushroom farming seems like something only experts can do. However, this is not the case. Anyone can grow mushrooms, but only if you know the best conditions to grow them. There are many types of mushrooms that one can choose for farming. Read more in the Out-Grow blog.
When most people think about healthy foods, they think about green vegetables. While it is true that green vegetables typically pack a nutritious punch, they are not the only foods that are good for you.
For some time, there has been contention about whether mushrooms are plants or animals, but they are neither. Mushrooms are the fruiting bodies of fungi and are closely related to yeast, mildew, and mold. Typically, mushrooms are known to grow and decay quickly, with some even appearing overnight. We have broken down the facts around how fast mushrooms grow.
In the past decade or two, portobello mushrooms have become crowd favorites, whether as a stand-alone element or as a side component to main protein dishes. The rich umami flavors of portobellos can be further brought out when they are exposed to a live fire grill. Here, the natural meaty taste of the mushroom mixes with the wood smoke, giving it a complex combination of flavors.
Mushrooms are one of nature's most amazing creations. Some species of this family of fungi are vibrant and impressive to look at whereas others are edible and flavorful. While mushrooms seem to sprout in the most inconvenient places, such as in the middle of your front lawn or back porch, it takes a specific set of steps to grow mushrooms and a great deal of knowledge and skill to make sure they survive. Perhaps the most straightforward way of growing mushrooms is through their spores.
Although they have a bitter taste, reishi mushrooms are recommended by doctors for medical purposes. They can easily be added to tea or soup. If you have never grown reishi mushrooms, now would be a good time to start.
Morel mushrooms are a type of wild European mushrooms, and they are edible. Morels have a short season, weeks in some areas, so they always need drying as a preservation method. After drying, the morel mushrooms can last up to six months when stored correctly in tight containers placed in a dark room. Learn more here in the Out-Grow blog!
If you want to learn how to properly roast mushrooms in the most delicious way, you've come to the right place! Read more here in the Out-Grow blog.
There are many kinds of edible mushrooms, and one good thing about marinating them is that you can use almost any edible mushroom. Learn more here!
Puffball mushrooms add variety to any diet. These unique mushrooms are a round, white fungus that can be as small as a golf ball or as large as a watermelon. Puffball mushrooms are ready to eat when they are milky white. Learn more about how to cook them here!