The easiest way to grow mushrooms at home is with a five gallon bucket full of coffee grounds, and some Oyster Mushroom spawn. Spent coffee grounds can almost always be obtained free from a nearby coffee shop. Oyster mushroom spawn can be purchased online from Amazon or from a mushroom lab near you. Detailed instructions for putting together a five gallon mushroom farm can be found http://www.stormthecastle.com/terrarium/how-to-grow-mushrooms.htm
Niacin is a B-vitamin that is essential to the health of your hair, skin, eyes, liver and nervous system. In addition, vitamin B-3 helps your body to make hormones and metabolize carbohydrates, fats and protein. Some of the best natural sources of niacin include beef, animal organs, fish and seafood products. Although these are all non-vegetarian, a mixture of fruits, mushrooms, potatoes, legumes and whole grains can easily meet a vegetarian's daily niacin needs.
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