Check out my first crop of oyster mushrooms from my Back to the Roots kit, which uses spent coffee grounds from Peet’s Coffee to grow gourmet fungi. Once I harvest the mushrooms, I can recycle the cardboard box and spread the coffee grounds in my garden to amend the soil.
Read more about the Oakland-based company, founded by two fellow Berkeley alums, here.

Check out my first crop of oyster mushrooms from my Back to the Roots kit, which uses spent coffee grounds from Peet’s Coffee to grow gourmet fungi. Once I harvest the mushrooms, I can recycle the cardboard box and spread the coffee grounds in my garden to amend the soil.

Read more about the Oakland-based company, founded by two fellow Berkeley alums, here.

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