Back To The Roots Mushroom Kit Review

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It’s Shroom Time, Baby!

No, not that type of shroom. Oyster mushrooms! A lot of gardeners haven’t ever delved into the wonderful world of mushroom farming, and it’s a shame…because it’s a lot of fun!

I’ve found that mushrooms are a “love it or hate it” type of food – and I’m squarely in the love it camp. They’re absolutely delicious in omelettes, pasta, or burgers…or just about anything else you can think of.

Now, I’ve grown mushrooms before, but I was really excited to get a mushroom kit in the mail from Back To The Roots, a cool company that has two products: their mushroom kit and the Aquafarm, a hobbyist aquaponics setup.

The mushroom kit is pretty straightforward – they figured out that mushrooms can grow very well in farm waste and coffee grounds and set out producing kits that both look awesome and grown up to a pound and a half of oyster mushrooms.

If you’ve never had oyster mushrooms, the best way I can describe them is by saying they’re very similar to lobster when done in a little bit of butter – absolutely delicious.

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Part One – Kit Overview


Part Two – Setting It Up​

I’m the founder of Epic Gardening, a website dedicated to teaching 10,000,000 people how to grow plants. I enjoy skateboarding, piano, guitar, business, and experimenting with all kinds of gardening techniques!

This review of the mushroom kit from Back To The Roots is everything you need to get started cultivating mushrooms in your home - no matter how little space you have!

Last update on 2018-07-20 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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