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Growing Gourmet & Medicinal Mush Paperback – 28 Mar 1994
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After years of living in dread of mushrooms, we can't get enough of these rich, delicate morsels. When the local forest or market no longer suffices, it's time to grow your own with this guide to cultivating 31 species. Recipes are included so growers can savour the fruits of their labour.
About the Author
PAUL STAMETS is the founder of Fungi Perfecti and codirector and founder of the Rainforest Mushroom Genome and Mycodiversity Preservation Project. He is the author of two seminal textbooks, The Mushroom Cultivator and GROWING GOURMET AND MEDICINAL MUSHROOMS, has been published in numerous journals, and is presenting more lectures on mycology than he can keep track of. An advisor and consultant to the Program for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Medical School and the 1998 recipient of the Collective Heritage Institute's Bioneers Award, Stamets lives in Kamilche Point, Washington with his collection of more than 250 medicinal mushroom cultures.
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There is a bit of cultural and scientific history.
There is a bit of philosophy and visionary ideas.
There are a lot of facts, data, tables, techniques etc etc etc
Seems to be a complete handbook, and the day I discovery what it lacks on the subject, I will be able to call myself a top expert on the subject. I seriously doubt that that can happen without an incredible amount of time and effort.