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September 20, 2019
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Mushrooms culinary and nutritional versatility
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Mushrooms are one of the most multi-function vegetables in the kitchen. The largest ones can be fried or roasted or used as a meat replacement due to its texture and flavor. Smaller varieties can be used for salads, pasta, pizza, and even quesadillas and crepes.
The Portobello is the most used in specialized cuisine. These mushrooms are recognized by its brown and white color, size, structure-like “cap” and cylindrical stem, and have an ideal texture and flavor for a variety of recipes.

There are many ways to prepare from grilled, stuffed or sautéed.  Some well-known dishes include mushrooms in garlic, Portobello burgers or chicken in mushroom sauce.

In addition to being delicious and versatile, mushrooms are incredibly good for you. Some of the many components include vitamins, proteins, potassium and fiber. These and many more of its elements aid the body by improving digestion and blood pressure, supports the cardiovascular and nervous system, and acts as an antioxidant. It also benefits our eyes and cleanses our body.
The versality of mushrooms can satisfy the most finicky from vegans to meat eaters and all those in between. 

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