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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

MUSHROOM : I FOUND THE BIGGEST

Lets peek my 'kitchen garden'....
Yeah... gardening on the kitchen..., on the sink area.
The bag logs of Oyster mushroom or Jamur Tiram are still there.
This morning  one of my six mushroom's bag logs is looking so special.
I'm finding a very big mushroom on it.
This one is the biggest that I have ever harvested before.
My son is really interested.
He is very happy with his harvest today.
May be next, I will find the bigger...
So... this one won't be the biggest any more.
I hope... 
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20 comments:

  1. OMG! Endah! Besarnya... Ini tumis atau buat sup air sedap!

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  2. It's a real curiosity, and how white. Mushroom house could be say :))

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    1. Thank Anthony. This bag log makes me so happy. A great harvest... :)

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  3. Maybe the next one will be umbrella size!

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  4. Very nice you must have the perfect climate for it to grow like that.

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    1. Maybe they are so happy stay on my little kitchen. Actually the mushrooms should be grown in the tunnel house, a type of green house. But I only have six bag logs, so... no special room, even more special house for them. Just a small space on my kitchen.

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  5. Wow, it's huge. You'll have plenty there for a meal.

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  6. Assalamualaikum Endah,
    Cendawan!!! my favourite. Belum pernah tengok cendawan seputih bersih dan sebesar ini

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    1. Wa'alaikumsalam PT,
      Ini juga baru pertama saya dapatkan jamur sebesar ini dari 'kebun jamur' saya.

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  7. Nice and big mushroom Endah!
    Do you eat them?

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    1. Thanks Nadezda,
      Yes, I do. This mushroom is edible and sold on the market or groceries.
      I grow it cause fried mushroom is our favorite dish.

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  8. Wow! It's huge! What will you do with it?

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    1. I will make an omelet with some celery, green onion and garlic chives on it.

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  9. That is huge! We have oyster mushrooms that grow in our backyard, but have used the "mushroom kits" to grow shitakes.

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    1. Wow...mushroom kits, it sounds so interesting.
      Thank you for coming.

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