Oyster mushrooms, which are the Pleurotus ostreatus species, are one of the most common types of mushrooms grown in gardens around the world. They are also called tree oyster mushrooms and pearl oyster mushrooms. The fungi grow naturally on and near trees in temperate and subtropical forests all over the world, and they are grown commercially in many countries. People eat oyster mushrooms in many different kinds of food, but they are especially popular in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cooking. They can be dried, but most of the time they are cooked.
People all over the world love oyster mushrooms for their soft texture and mild, savory taste. The caps of the mushrooms are usually broad, thin, oyster- or fan-shaped, white, gray, or tan, and lined with gills on the bottom. The edges of the caps can be frilly, and they can be found in groups of small mushrooms or as single, larger mushrooms. Oyster mushrooms cost more than white button mushrooms but less than rarer mushrooms like morels. They can be used whole or chopped, so they don't need to be prepared much. Even mycelium furniture and many other things are made from them.
Oyster mushrooms are a common type of mushroom that have been linked to a number of health benefits. In addition to being very healthy, they may also be good for your heart and immune system, help you control your blood sugar well, and reduce inflammation.
◉ Immune System Support: - Oyster mushrooms are one of the best foods for protecting your immune system against both short-term and long-term illnesses because they contain beta-glucans.
Mushrooms balance the immune system, unlike some foods that either boost or weaken it. Also, oyster mushrooms have a lot of other antioxidants that help prevent damage from free radicals and oxidative stress so that your immune system can fight off aging.
◉ Lowering High Blood Pressure:- To keep your blood pressure in check, your body needs nutrients like vitamin D. Did you know that most people who live in cold places don't get enough vitamin D?
In one study, rats with high blood pressure for no clear reason were given oyster mushrooms, which lowered their blood pressure.
◉ Regulating Cholesterol Levels:- Mushrooms are a great substitute for meat in many sautéed dishes because they taste savory like oysters and have no cholesterol.
One study also found that diabetic patients who ate oyster mushrooms had lower levels of triglycerides and cholesterol (as well as high blood sugar levels).
◉ Building Strong Bones:- There are many important nutrients in oyster mushrooms that help build strong bones. Vitamin D and magnesium, to be exact.
Most people focus on calcium, but your body also needs vitamin D and magnesium to process calcium and store it in your bones.
|Product Name||Oyster Mushroom.
|Scientific Name||Pleurotus ostreatus.|
|Country of Origin
||Originally from the USA or China. Packaged in the USA.
|Taste & Aroma
||Nutty, mild mushroom and earthy flavors.|
|Shelf Life & Storage
||Shelf Life is about 12 to 24 months.The best way to store them is in a cool, dark place with a lid that keeps out air.|
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