There are many confirmed health benefits to mushrooms. Including them in your diet could be a welcome boost to your overall health: and let’s not forget how yummy they are! Though a versatile ingredient that can elevate various classic dishes, especially pasta and risotto, good fresh mushrooms can be difficult to get your hands on. It is often not easy to find them on supermarket shelves, and even when you succeed, you must be very careful of the expiration date and use them immediately. If you let them sit in your fridge, they can turn brown and soggy in a day.
Having fresh mushrooms on hand is something I didn’t think was even an option. Luckily, a great team at Shrooly has designed a smart device that makes that possible.
The Shrooly is a smart planter that automatically creates perfect conditions for indoor mushroom gardening and brings you fresh mushrooms of your choice in about a week. I can almost taste that fresh creamy mushroom risotto!
- App-controlled capsule system
- Modern, user-friendly design
- Informative e-paper display
- Works with Shrooly pods
Fresh, Organic, Yummy
With Shrooly, you get all the benefits of freshly harvested mushrooms of your choice without much effort on your side. This clever device automatically sets the optimal conditions for your mushrooms. It adjusts air, humidity, and lighting, bringing you your first harvest in about a week.
The use is simple: put the growing pod in the device, press the button and watch your babies grow! Even if you are one of those people that could kill a cactus, like yours truly, worry not: Shrooly does all the work for you and guarantees tasty results every time! There is not (mush) room for mistakes here.
The company offers a selection of twelve most popular mushroom varieties: pink oyster, honey fungus, lion’s mane, maitake, reishi, king oyster, shiitake, enoki, shimeji, yellow oyster, wood ear, and cordyceps.
You can order your Shrooley device at a discount, for 299 USD. You will need to purchase growing pods separately for $12 each. The shipment is planned for December.
Learn more at Indiegogo.com.