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Pleurotus Eryngii

Pleurotus Eryngii (also known as king oyster mushroom, French horn mushroom, trumpet royale) is an edible mushroom naturally found in Mediterranean regions of Europe, North Africa, and the middle east. P. Eryngii is known for being the largest mushroom in the oyster mushroom genus, Pleurotus, known mostly for the more common Pleurotus ostreatus (the Oyster mushroom). P. Eryngii is unique in the way that its stem is generally more desired than the actual cap of the mushroom. Its stem is thick and very dense compared to many other edible mushrooms, which can be cut into thick medallions and pan fried to make a vegan friendly mock scallop dish. Other species of the Pleurotus are wood-decaying fungi, but the P. Eryngii in particular are weak parasites on the roots of herbaceous plants. Around 1993 an effective cultivation method of P. Eryngii was introduced to Japan, cultured on organic material such as a mixture of sawdust, wood chips, and a nutritional supplement. This type of culturing is often seen to grow P. Eryngii in many parts of Asia and now is slowly gaining recognition in the USA, as well as other parts of the world.

Benefits of P. Eryngii

P. Eryngii has a very long shelf life compared to other mushroom species within and without the Pleurotus family, staying fresh for up to two weeks and if well preserved edible even a month later without dehydrating the mushroom. P. Eryngii contains antioxidants as well as other important compounds that may help blood cholesterol problems, reduce your risk of cancer, and boost your immune system. P. Eryngii is low in calories, but high in protein. Fresh mushrooms contain between 3 and 21 percent carbohydrates and 3 to 35 percent dietary fiber. They also contain many essential minerals such as phosphorous, iron, calcium, and potassium as well as being an excellent source of riboflavin, niacin, biotin, thiamin, and ascorbic acid.


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