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Some more oyster mushrooms produced from glass jars containing used coffee grounds. The coffee is gradually being consumed by the mycelium, so more flushes should follow.

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3 Responses

  1. Very impressive 🙂

    This has definitely inspired me to give it a go!

    Out of interest, are there any taste issues because of the coffee grounds?

  2. Just what I would need to add to some omelettes:) cut some up and bring them to fry for the next Transition Potluck

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