About: Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus sp.) of the Class Basidiomycetes and Family Agaricaceae grows naturally in temperate and tropical forests on dead and decaying wooden logs or sometimes on dying trunks of deciduous or coniferous woods and is popularly known as 'dhingri' in India. It could also grow on decomposing organic materials.
Health benefits: Oyster mushrooms include fibre, protein, and a range of vitamins and minerals. Oyster mushrooms are high in antioxidants. They may protect against cellular damage, according to test-tube and animal research, but human studies are needed to validate this.
How to use: Oyster mushrooms can be substituted for button mushrooms in most dishes, so explore the wide range of delectable mushroom recipes.
Simple recipe: https://juliasalbum.com/oyster-mushrooms-garlic-and-green-onions-saute-paleo-gluten-free/