Noob question time.
I have quite a bit of experience cultivating "inedible" mushrooms but have never grown anything that would taste nice in an omelette. Recently, I bought some petri dishes from a Canadian supplier, and impulsively added a couple of their grow kits to my order: Lion's Mane, and Yellow Oyster.
According to the instructions, I'm now supposed to cut a couple of x-shaped slits in the bag, then keep them nice and humid until mushrooms pop out. However, while I see lots of mycelium, there are also big areas of uncolonized sawdust on the surface.
Should I wait until the mycelium has completely covered the sawdust block? I mean, I wouldn't open a jar of grain spawn, or birth a BRF cake, until every bit of the grain was nice and white. But maybe the procedure is different, here? Are these really good to go, already?
The Lion's Mane: