What does oyster mushroom mean?
Oyster de is translated from the English word oyster, which means oyster (oyster of the sea) or ear (valley).
This is because its shape in nature is similar to valleys, other people say that the reason for the name is due to the fact that it tastes like oysters.
Oyster mushroom is a fruit produced from a fungus that grows on the wood of the plant and absorbs from it all the important elements such as minerals, salts and compounds that help it in the formation of this body.
And, of course, this makes the oyster mushrooms an organic fruit in water.
Oyster mushroom is the most common species in the world after the agaric mushroom.
And oyster mushrooms have more than the type that are white, yellow and gray in color.