Shiitake mushrooms (Lentinula edodes) have been a culinary delight in the orient for a few thousand years! Many would enjoy hunting the fragrant Shiitake of the Forest derived from Japanese (shii) for the beech trees they grew from and (take) meaning mushroom. First cultivated in 1100 A.D. by an observant mushroom hunter by the name … Continue reading Wild Shiitake found in New England!
The Golden Thread Cordyceps a.k.a. Black Cordyceps latin name Tolypocladium Ophioglossoides previously Elaphocordyceps Ophioglossoides, and before that Corydceps Ophioglossoides. Cordyceps from the Greek kordyle meaning "club" and ceps for "head." Ophioglossoides is from ophi meaning "snake" and gloss meaning "tongue." Background Story During a hike to a local spring in the Michaux State Forest in Pennsylvania I first encountered … Continue reading The Medicinal Properties of the Golden Thread Cordyceps (Tolypocladium Ophioglossoides)
The Keystone Cap is a Private e-newsletter that goes out to the Easten Penn Mushroomers Club, With the groups permission I have been given a reprint to Share. Click the Link Below to see what they Had to say about MycoSymbiotics! EPMMember Launches Fungi Business
Do you Love Mushrooms?? We do!!! Join us August 1st-2nd for the first Annual MycoSymbiotics Mushroom & Arts Fest! A day and a half of all things Fungi. There will be workshops on basic mushroom biology, cultivation, mycoremeditaion, arts & crafts with Fungi, Live Arts, Live Music, Yoga, and more! Forays led by Local Mycophile … Continue reading MycoSymbiotics Mushroom and Arts Festival!
MycoSymbiotics is a response to Global crisis! We are a team of dedicated fungi enthusiast, on a mission to better our local Ecology and Community through the use of Fungi! Like the Mycelial network we branch out radially covering all aspects of Symbiotic fungi use. We are currently operating production facility where we produce gourmet … Continue reading Greetings from MycoSymbiotics