How to grow your own shiitake mushrooms

02/20/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Homegrown shiitake mushrooms outdo their grocery store counterparts in flavor and texture, and they are easy to grow and harvest. Simply implant mushroom spores in a freshly cut oak log, keep in a shady space of yard, and water at least every other day to keep mushrooms damp and spur growth.

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