Lion's Mane Mushroom Plug Spawn - (Hericium spp.)

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We are excited to announce that we are now able to ship spawn worldwide. If you are ordering spawn from a different country other than United States, before you place an order, please check with your plant quarantine at the department of agriculture about what species of mushroom spawn you are able to import into your country. This also goes for United States Territories: US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.

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Lion’s Mane “Tufted" - (Hericium americanum) - A mushroom that tastes like lobster? Become a believer, and this will be one of your favorite edible mushrooms that you ever grow. Hericium fruit have spines, not gills, and can be found fruiting on a variety of hardwood trees. Nearly identical in appearance and flavor to other Lion's Manes, this slight species variation differs from H. erinaceus in that this species forms tight branches on the ball of the fruitbody. Tearing this mushroom into strands and sautéing with butter and garlic tastes nearly identical to crabmeat or lobster! Great mushroom for anyone with shellfish allergies that wish they could eat shrimp or other seafood, this mushroom is excellent on pasta dishes and will leave everyone at the table stealing the delicious chunks out of any dish you prepare.

Edibility and taste: Like crabmeat or lobster when sautéed with butter, garlic and onions 
Grows on: black walnut, oak, beech, elm, maple, cherry or Sterilized sawdust indoors
Fruiting Temps: 50-65F 
Availability: Year-Round

Lions Mane "Pom Pom" - (Hericium erinaceus) - A mushroom that tastes like YES crabmeat! Hericium fruit have spines, not gills, and can be found fruiting on a variety of hardwood trees. Nearly identical in appearance and flavor to other Lion's Manes, this slight species variation differs from H. americanum in that this species forms a perfect singular ball of spines.Tearing this mushroom into strands and sautéing with butter and garlic tastes nearly identical to crabmeat or lobster! Great mushroom for anyone with shellfish allergies that wish they could eat shrimp or other seafood, try coating slices into egg, breading and frying them, pairing with a spicy mayo sauce for dipping. 

Edibility and taste: Like crabmeat or lobster when sautéed with butter, garlic and onions 
Grows on: black walnut, oak, beech, elm, maple, cherry
Fruiting Temps: 50-65F 
Availability: Year-Round

Approximately 100 plugs by weight.

Type
  • POM POM
  • TUFTED

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