The Oyster mushroom, or Pleurotus ostreatus, both the Latin and common name refer to the shape of the fruiting body.
I love the detail in gills!
Many also believe that the name is fitting due to the flavor resemblance to oysters.
The pink colour will fade on cooking. In fact, cooked oyster mushrooms all look the same, regardless of the colour they started as.
These beautiful Oyster Mushrooms seem more like fast growing coral than easy to grow delicately flavoured treats..
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