Locally grown Oyster Mushrooms using sustainable methods on the island of Oahu. Oyster mushrooms are a type of edible fungi. They are one of the most widely consumed mushrooms in the world. They get their name from their oyster-shaped cap and very short (or completely absent) stem.
When cooked, oyster mushrooms have a smooth oyster-like texture and some say a slight hint of seafood flavor. This may also contribute to their name.
About the Company:
Mahalo Mushrooms is an urban farm based in Honolulu, Oahu. They use environmental waste(coffee grounds, banana leaves, and straw) They aspire to create a new source of food that can be grown sustainably with minimal impact on the environment while preventing more waste from ending in landfills.