Save the rainforest by growing mushrooms.

NAKHON RATCHASIMA, Thailand – Mushrooms are working their magic in one of Thailand’s largest national parks. Not the kind of magic sought after by some backpackers on their psychedelic beach trips; rather, one that lures poachers and illegal loggers to abandon the forests for mushroom barns, thus promoting nature conservation when law enforcement and penalties alone don’t work.

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Mushrooms that eat oil - natures solution for oil spills?

Mycoremedia What?
You are what you eat—unless you're an oyster mushroom. In that case, you can indulge in some of the most toxic, noxious petroleum products available and turn them into delicious, photogenic morsels that go wonderfully in white wine cream sauces and Japanese stir-fries with not a carcinogen remaining.
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Paul Stamets on Oyster Mushrooms

Paul Stamets is interviewed by The Story ( talking about how Oyster mushrooms can save the world and how they can help the recent gulf oil spill. Listen to the .MP3
Also reflecting on early times in Paul Stamets life. Listen as he tells the story of his first magic mushroom experience and how he was able to overcome his problem with stuttering.
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The amazing nutrition of mushrooms

Mushrooms are an amazing source of nutrition and should be considered a valuable food source in every home.  More people need to take advantage of this abundant fat free food, all it takes is a little effort and curiosity to try new things.
Mushrooms provide a wide array of textures and flavours to work with so there is no end to the combinations you can create.  Most edible mushrooms are also packed full of cancer fighting compounds, antioxidants, potassium, vitamin D, naicin, and riboflavin just to mention a few.  Mushrooms also contain absolutley no fat or cholesteral and approximately only 14 calories per cup.
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