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🍄 NEW! Grow your own mushrooms!
Grow your own mushrooms at home. Fall in love with these delicious, savory, meaty mushrooms. Oven roast, pan fry, or air fry - there are so many ways to enjoy these fast-growing, beautiful mushrooms!
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When cooked, they turn into a rich golden brown color. The flavor is meaty, somewhat nutty and full of umami. When cooked, the flavor intensifies. If fried until crispy, the flavor may even resemble bacon or ham. Their meat-like flavor and succulent / slightly chewy texture makes them a wonderful meat substitute for many dishes.
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Home grown mushrooms are delicious in stir frys, ramen, pasta, on pizza, in an egg scramble or just straight up as an accompaniment to any savory meal. They also make a great meat substitute in many dishes.
Mushrooms are low in calories and high in nutrients, such as fiber, vitamin D, potassium, and selenium. By growing your own mushrooms, you can ensure that you are consuming fresh, nutritious produce without any added preservatives or chemicals.
Mushrooms contain beta-glucans, which are complex sugars that have been shown to enhance the immune system's function. Consuming mushrooms regularly may help reduce the risk of infections and improve overall health.
Mushrooms are a natural source of tryptophan, an amino acid that is used by the body to produce serotonin, a neurotransmitter that regulates mood, appetite, and sleep. Consuming mushrooms or growing them yourself may help improve your mood and reduce the risk of depression.
ALL NEW MUSHROOM GROW KITS
Simply activate the grow kit and sit back and watch your mushrooms grow! Download the FREE Mushroom Recipe eBook here.
Place your mushroom kit in a Hamama Grow Tray or saucer to catch any water that runs off the block. A few spritzes per day is all that you need; you don’t have to fully saturate the block each time.
If your question isn’t answered below, feel free to reach out!
It could be the room temperature, the colder the room the slower they grow. Ideal room temperature is 70-72 degrees.
The mushrooms may need air flow and to be placed in an open room away from direct sunlight.
When you see the edges of the mushrooms start to crack and split. We recommend harvesting sooner than later as the mushrooms will stay fresher in the fridge after harvesting for 4-5 days.
It will grow twice. The second harvest is not as big as the first harvest.
Learn more about growing mushrooms with Hamama here.
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This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It is recommended that you seek advice from your doctor before giving this product to infants or children and from your veterinarian before giving it to pets.