With the simple and easy to use growing kit, you'll be harvesting your first crop of tasty mushrooms in less than two weeks. Everything you need to grow multiple crops of fresh edible mushrooms is included along with complete instructions, a recipe card and a list of Do's and Don'ts for those of us that don't read instructions.
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Botanical Name: Hericium erinaceus
Other Common Name: Monkey’s Head, Yamabushitake
Lion’s Mane mushrooms have icicle-like teeth hanging from a central stalk. While they start off relatively short, the teeth grow to be over 1 centimeter long, sometimes much longer.
Store in a paper bag for 5 to 7 days in the refrigerator
Suggest that you cut into 1/2 inch ‘steaks’ or make into ‘Crab’ cakes.
A 100g serving of lion’s mane provides 24 calories, with 3.6g of carbohydrates and 2.4 grams of protein.
Proponents claim that lion's mane can help with a variety of health problems, including:
- Alzheimer's disease
- High cholesterol
- Parkinson's disease
My 3 year old and I have had an amazing time with this kit. It has been a rewarding and fun activity, easy to use, with an impressive yield. We may have harvested a little early, it was hard to contain my son's enthusiasm for harvesting and eating them!
The instructions were clear and easy to follow. We ordered both the Lions Mane and the Snow Oyster mushroom kits. The mushrooms grew very quickly and were very plentiful. Lots of fun to use these kits and the mushrooms are very tasty for eating!
It's been two weeks already! This was a gift for my Husband. He's been diligently spraying and talking to his Shrooms every day. The result is amazing; lots and lots of gorgeous growths! We'll give it a few more days before cutting our first Lion's Mane. We are very impressed with the results!
Everyday, three or four times a day I mist my kit and look for growth. Today I can see the lion’s mane starting to push the cut X away from its edges. Looking forward to seeing what the next week brings
Lion's Mane Grow kit