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Oysters? Northwest Arkansas


ChadRT
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Yup, Oysters. The late season Pleurotus (mostly P. ostreatus) are really good edibles because they are thicker-fleshed than the summer ones (usually P. pulmonarius) and usually are insect free when the weather is cooler. The small really dark ones seen in the photo of the cluster may be a bit dry; they look to be older than the larger caps. Check the texture on those small/dark ones. If they seem tough it may be a good idea to trim them away and use only the large fresh-looking ones. 

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