10 Mushroom Types and Their Best Uses in the Kitchen

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10 Mushroom Types and Their Best Uses in the Kitchen

There are so many mushroom types and endless ways you can cook them. We’re here to talk about the most popular ones. Some of them are wild species, but most of the following are cultivated mushrooms. But all are amazingly tasty and I’ll tell you their best uses in the kitchen.


3 comments

  1. manoloserra

    Oyster and shiitake mushrooms have the most fiber (at 2g per serving), Lemond says, and raw maitake mushrooms and portobellos exposed to UV light are among the highest in vitamin D. White mushrooms are also sold with enhanced levels of vitamin D. Ultimately, though, any mushroom is a good choice.

    1. ericshawb

      Mushrooms are rich in the B vitamins: riboflavin, niacin, and pantothenic acid. The combination helps protect heart health. Niacin is good for the digestive system and for maintaining healthy skin. Pantothenic acid is good for the nervous system and helps the body make the hormones it needs

  2. bertyground

    Kendall Jenner previously told Harpers Bazaar that she “eats lean chicken and brown rice” for lunch and likes to snack on “raw veggies with dip and hummus.” But for dinner, she won't hesitate to order vegan spaghetti Bolognese or Margherita pizza from Craig's and sushi from Nobu.


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