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From oyster to portabella, this guide to mushrooms will show you how to identify, prep, store and cook with everybody's favorite fungi.

From oyster to portabella, this guide to mushrooms will show you how to identify, prep, store and cook with everybody's favorite fungi.

Edible Mushrooms: 10 Delicious Varieties to Try

Mushrooms are delicious additions to soups, salads, sauces, casseroles, and plant-based burgers. They also pack primo nutrition. They’re the only veggie source of vitamin D (and one of the few foods that naturally contain it). Plus, they’re low in fat and carbs and provide significant amounts of vitamins A, C, B6, and B12 and selenium.

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Mushroom are marvelous! Wanna know how to use each variety? Just click through!

So now's the time to learn the difference between portobello and porcini or maitake and morel and how to spotlight them at your table.

25 Different Types of Mushrooms (with Chart) - Home Stratosphere

Get your facts straight about mushrooms and learn the special distinctions for each variety, including which ones are edible and those that are potentially poisonous.

Fried Chicken of the Woods Recipe

Chicken of the Woods mushrooms are incredibly common in the woods, and they're commonly found at farmer's markets and specialty stores. Wild mushrooms are only just beginning to become a part of American culinary traditions,

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Asheville, North Carolina, is well-known for its insane amount of outdoor adventure opportunities. One of my favorite outdoor activities and an unexpected surprise was mushroom foraging with Alan Muskat, “The Mushroom Man of Asheville.” Alan takes groups on foraging walks to look for wild edibles throughout Asheville and the greater area, based on the season. We headed to Black Mountain, where I discovered not only mushrooms but dozens of other edibles Alan pointed out along the way.
Stuffed mushrooms is a dish prepared using edible mushrooms as its primary ingredient. Many fillings can be used, and the dish is typically baked or broiled. It can be served hot or at room temperature, and is sometimes served cold.
I got a chance to try the Meati Steak which is also featured in the episode. This "steak" is made from mycelium, the true "body" of a mushroom which is more akin to a flower or fruit (productive organ). Mycelium of different fungi can be grown in liquid culture, then heated treated (to reduce the nucleic acid content), and pressed together with flavoring agents to produce next generation "MycoSteaks". Meati is one of several companies vying to produce next gen Myco Protein Alternatives.