The Colorful World of Oyster Mushrooms
Oyster Mushrooms are characterized by a high number of varieties which differ greatly in texture, taste, color and aspect.
Oyster mushrooms will never make your dish boring. They can be chopped, stripped, cooked in full pieces; they can be fried, used to replace meat dishes, seasoned, cooked in the oven and dried. There are infinite ways to enjoy their flavor and taste.
Oyster mushrooms are incredibly low in fat but very rich in proteins, minerals, antioxidants and vitamins (as B and D complex groups). They can be enjoyed by vegans, vegetarians, flexitarians, and anyone who is looking to upgrade their plant diet!
Oysters are that and much more but Our Oysters are having a PLUS: we grow our mushrooms indoor in clean and controlled growing rooms. We only work with an organic substrate based on straw without using any chemicals. This makes our final product completely safe, fresh and local!
We invite you to discover our mushrooms in all their beautiful colors!
Grey Oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus)
These mushrooms are characterized by a grey, brownish color and a meaty texture.
They are frequently served on their own, in soups, stuffed, or in stir-fry recipes with soy sauce.
By nature, low in fats and very rich in proteins these mushrooms are also an important source of iron, fiber, potassium, vitamin D and B6 and folate. Additionally, they are the best mushroom source of the antioxidant ergothioneine which can reduce instances of cardiovascular disease by preventing plaque build-up in the arteries.
Yellow Oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus citrinopileatus)
The Yellow oyster mushrooms are characterized by a bright yellow color, a delicate structure, a nutty taste and smell and when cooked they develop a cashews flavor.
These mushrooms are extremely versatile they can be sliced and cooked in soups, mixed into sauces, sautéed and served over steak, cooked into omelets, sprinkled over pizza, or cooked and served on toast. They can also be stir-fried with other vegetables, baked in a tart, or sautéed until crispy and then crumbled to create a mock buttery, bacon bits.
Yellow oysters contain copper, zinc, and essential amino acids in varying amounts including folic acid, lovastatin, and carotenoids, which also gives the mushroom its vivid yellow color.
Pink Oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus salmoneostramineus)
Also known as pink flamingo mushrooms or salmon oysters due to their distinctive pink color.
They are characterized by a smoky aroma and a very distinctive meaty taste, reminiscent of bacon or ham, this is why they are very suitable to replace meat in traditional dishes.
As before mentioned pink oysters are low in calories and rich in proteins furthermore, they have shown to have antitumor and antioxidant propriety and to enhance immunological activity.