Oyster Mushroom

Usually found thriving in clumps of rotting wood in the wild, now successfully cultivated for the table. Light brown to cream in colour and fluted like an ear can be consumed either raw or cooked, in a variety of methods. Given its name due to its reminiscent appearance to an oyster shell, and it is said to possess a taste not unlike that of shellfish.

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