Yes, oyster mushrooms break down simple oils and are still edible; found in many recipes. However, after being dowsed in more complex hydrocarbons in the Gulf for long periods of time, will not only be a disgusting smelly heap, but an inedible heap. Mushrooms do break down fossil fuels, but they also leave behind contanimants such as arsenic, barium, and manganese.
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