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I just bought a pot of oyster mushrooms from the farmers market to grow and harvest at home. However, it just occurred to me the straw it is growing in may be wheat straw. Would mushrooms grown in wheat straw be safe to eat if they are cleaned well?


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The mushrooms will not directly absorb anything from the straw. Straw is the waste after the grain has been thrashed out, so there is minimal content even if the source is wheat. Clean your produce as per normal, and enjoy your fresh mushrooms. I eat mushrooms all the time, and never worry about gluten in them.


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