The flesh of the cap is thick, soft and juicy, while the flesh around the stipe is fibrous and mushy, but very tasty and tastes similar to hazelnuts.
In nature, they grow from early spring to autumn, most often on trees tumps or on various species of poplars.
Poplar mushrooms (Agrocybe aegerita) contain the α - amino acid methionine, which is important for the normal functioning of the body and has a great influence on the proper metabolism in the body, as well as on the growth, is an aid in chronic diseases and high blood pressure.
They can be stored in oil or frozen. Fresh and unprocessed, the mushrooms can be stored in the refrigerator for more than a week.