Resepi Buna Shimeji Mushroom

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Hypsizygus tessellatus


Grow your own edible and medicinal white beech mushrooms with liquid culture syringes!

Hypsizygus tessellatus, nicknamed white beech or bunapi shimeji, is native to East Asia. It is now cultivated in parts of Europe, North America and Australia. Historically, the japanese have used it as a medicinal mushroom. It is high in protein, is a good source of B vitamins such as niacin, riboflavin and pantothenic acid as well as vitamin D and other minerals.

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Resepi Buna Shimeji Mushrooms

White beech grows on wood, most commonly on beech trees, hence the nickname. It grows in clusters of small and thin mushrooms with a white stem and cap. It it quite bitter when raw, but cooked, it becomes a delicious mushroom with a slightly nutty flavor. It can be grown using a substrate mix of sawdust, grain and organic agricultural waste and it prefers a dark environment.

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The liquid culture syringes are between 10 and 12cc and are ready to inject to your substrate of choice such as sterilized rye berries.


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Need help growing Buna Shimeji
#13857176 - 01/27/11 06:31 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Hi everyone. I'm new to the Shroomery and also new to the wonderful world of mycology. I have been doing some reading here over the past few days and have learned a lot from all of you, and I thank you for sharing your knowledge and making it available for the less informed such as I.
So here is how my interest in the topic began. I went to lunch with my girlfriend to her favorite Japanese joint, which has all types of types of truly authentic Japanese dishes. I ordered an udon noodle dish and upon arrival I found it artfully crowned with these neat little mushrooms. i had never seen this type of mushroom before, so, being a mushroom lover, I was very excited. To say the least, these mushrooms were divine. So, naturally, i asked the chef what kind of mushroom this was. 'Buna Shimeji,' he said happily, taking notice of the delight radiating from my face.
Now, being one who enjoys cooking--and one who enjoys mushrooms--I have always been able to find any type of mushroom I've ever needed for a dish at my local organic foods store. Not this one. So I've decided to grow them and have an endless supply.
I'm thinking that I may be able to buy a few of them fresh from the restaurant, but if not, any thought on how I may be able to get a hold of them? Also, after that's accomplished, what is the best way to go about this grow?
Like I said before, I am new to mycology, and I'd really appreciate if someone could help.
Regards,
RW

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: RedWinger] 1
#13857226 - 01/27/11 06:42 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

http://www.ralphstersspores.com/
comes in brown.
http://www.ralphstersspores.com/CAN/product_info.php?cPath=10&products_id=269
and white..
http://www.ralphstersspores.com/CAN/product_info.php?cPath=10&products_id=260
Or you can clone some from a store.
Read over the links in my signature, the blue 'HERE HERE' under this post.
Good luck sir.

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: Peterthinks]
#13857365 - 01/27/11 07:12 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

There's a bit you'll have to learn before you'll be growing an endless supply. If you buy a culture syringe you can look up the steps to make your own grain spawn. Then you will end up growing on some kind of wood substrate. You can do a search on 'enriched sawdust'.

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: MonkeyKnifeFight]
#13858804 - 01/27/11 05:35 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Thanks for the tips guys. I do have a few more questions though.
So if I were to buy the liquid culture syringe from Ralphsters, what would be the best way to go about growing them? What kind of substrate would you guys use to colonize these? And, then I understand that I can transfer to agar or directly to grain for spawning, what would be the best route? Also, when you have a spawn on agar, what do you do then?
On the other hand, if I got a hold of some of these mushrooms locally, I understand that I can cut a little piece out of the inside of the stem and put it in a water/karo mix and it would colonize in that. I've just been trying to figure out, what then do I do with that culture?
If anyone can point me to info that's relevant to this type of grow, I'd really appreciate it. I don't really know where to start looking.
ps. My apologies if I'm being a nuisance.
Regards,
RW

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I have been studying the traits and dispositions of the 'lower animals' and contrasting them with the traits and dispositions of man. I find the result humiliating to me. -Mark Twain

Edited by RedWinger (01/27/11 05:44 PM)

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: RedWinger]
#13858842 - 01/27/11 05:50 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

When you have a LC syringe, the best way is to inoculate grain jars, and spawn them to a wood based substrate when they are fully colonized. I wouldn't recommend dealing with agar until you have sufficient knowledge, and can work in sterile conditions (glowebox or flowhood).
If you get into this hobby, you'll see that that 'endless supply' is not that easy to achieve, you need to invest quite a bit into equipment, and wait at least 3 months to taste the fruits of your labor. And than you'll only get a few pounds from your entire grow. I think most of us here do it mainly because it's a really great hobby.
IME, shimeji is a slow grower, and from what I've seen around here, it's a nuisance to fruit. My attempts in growing it always contaminate somewhere along the way. But don't let any of this discourage you!
If you have a garden or something, and can get a fresh hardwood log, the closest thing to an endless supply would be to inoculate that with dowels, that way the log will fruit for years to come!
Good luck!

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: Tangich]
#13859068 - 01/27/11 06:38 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Quote:
Tangich said:
When you have a LC syringe, the best way is to inoculate grain jars, and spawn them to a wood based substrate when they are fully colonized. I wouldn't recommend dealing with agar until you have sufficient knowledge, and can work in sterile conditions (glowebox or flowhood).
If you get into this hobby, you'll see that that 'endless supply' is not that easy to achieve, you need to invest quite a bit into equipment, and wait at least 3 months to taste the fruits of your labor. And than you'll only get a few pounds from your entire grow. I think most of us here do it mainly because it's a really great hobby.
IME, shimeji is a slow grower, and from what I've seen around here, it's a nuisance to fruit. My attempts in growing it always contaminate somewhere along the way. But don't let any of this discourage you!
If you have a garden or something, and can get a fresh hardwood log, the closest thing to an endless supply would be to inoculate that with dowels, that way the log will fruit for years to come!
Good luck!

This. Growing mushrooms is more a labor of love than an easy way to get lots of mushrooms. If you find it interesting in general then you will have lots of fun but if your main goal is getting lots of mushrooms easily then you may get discouraged by initial failures. There will be quite a bit of failure before you get the hang of things. At least there was for me. But I have a Hypsizygus tessellatus (shimeji) block going right now that seems happy if kind of slow. We'll see once I actually try to fruit it.

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: MonkeyKnifeFight]
#13863006 - 01/28/11 06:01 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Yes failure, unequaled effort and time go into growing your own mushrooms.
I spend hours of my time coaxing spores to life, waiting, cleaning them, transferring, waiting, soaking grain, waiting, cooking grain, waiting, inoculating, waiting, shaking, waiting, soaking, waiting, fruiting, waiting..crap! it's turning GREEN!!!
Start again..
But when it does work out I'm the only person in my town who is eating fresh mushrooms.

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: Peterthinks]
#13872107 - 01/30/11 01:06 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Yess. Buna Shimeji..
They can be grown at home. This picture is just 24 hours out of the camera box.
I agree with everything said above.
Although I have never had much luck inoculating syringe to grain, I am sure it can be done.
I used a pressure cooker & glove box & agar to coax my sporeworks culture to life.
Then to sterilized rye. Then to sterilized supplemented hardwood fuel pellets in a filter bag. Then ignore them for a while until you see little grey primordia. cut the top off the bag and fruit in a shotgun fruiting chamber. Yum!

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: flugelizor]
#13873526 - 01/30/11 05:29 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Dang, that's an awesome picture and mushroom. I'm going to have to get me some of those!!

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: The Big Oyster]
#13877444 - 01/30/11 11:57 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)


Here are a few from my latest grow.
I am making a thread about their taste.

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: eVenom]
#13877701 - 01/31/11 12:44 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

I bought some Buna-Shimeji from wholefoods about two days ago. I cut off some mycelium from the base of the patch and some from under the gills (hard due to a small cap size). Im waiting for these cutting to start growing on BRF. Do you think I went about it correctly?
P.S. This thread inspired me to buy some and try to clone it so I don't really consider this a hijack
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eVenom said:
Here are a few from my latest grow.
I am making a thread about their taste.

Very nice grow.

Edited by JSU (01/31/11 12:46 AM)

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: RedWinger]
#13901987 - 02/04/11 04:57 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Hey JSU, did whole foods have the white variety of Buna Shimegi? It would be cool if I could pick up both strains there to grow.

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Re: Need help growing Buna Shimeji [Re: The Big Oyster]
#13902157 - 02/04/11 05:28 AM (10 years, 4 months ago)

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The Big Oyster said:
Hey JSU, did whole foods have the white variety of Buna Shimegi? It would be cool if I could pick up both strains there to grow.

Yeah they did. It may also be listed as 'White Crab' mushroom. It looks like the cultures I took a few days ago are going to take. One of them has green mold from using the exposed bottom of the mushrooms while the other -which was from the inside of a cap- seems to be clean.

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