Sausage-stuffed mushrooms

This is a list of notable mushroom dishes and foods, comprising foodstuffs prepared using mushrooms as a primary ingredient. Edible mushrooms have variety of benefits when consumed. Some healthy factors that edible mushrooms can be related to humans are that they have essential nutrients we need for a healthy life, including protein, vitamins B, C and D, and selenium (which helps prevent cancer).[1] They are a good source of iron, copper, riboflavin, niacin and contain dietary fiber. One portobello mushroom can contain more potassium than a banana.[2] In many cultures, mushroom picking is an important tradition and can be a substantial source of income. In the Pacific Northwest of the United States, it is estimated that the value of the yearly mushroom harvest in a forest can equal the value of lumber produced from that same forest in some situations.[3] According to the “Menus of Change” initiative of The Culinary Institute of America and the Harvard School of Public Health Department of Nutrition, pairing the evidence for health- and sustainability-linked food choices with flavor, other culinary, and demographic trends and plausible business scenarios allows flavor-rich, largely plant-based food and menu choices to emerge (presented by G. Drescher, The Culinary Institute of America, at the Mushrooms and Health Summit on 9 September 2013). Mushrooms, with their unique sensory and culinary functional properties, may help Americans move toward healthier, plant-based choices. Of particular interest are the high amounts of both glutamates (not as monosodium glutamate) and ribonucleotides in A. bisporus. Glutamate and certain 5′-ribonucleotides are taste-active chemicals responsible for umami, considered by some to be the fifth flavor of food. Calcium diglutamate, in particular, was shown to improve the flavor of low-sodium products.[4]

Mushroom dishes

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Mushroom sauce being prepared
Mushroom sauce being prepared

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References

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  4. ^ Ball, P.; Woodward, D.; Beard, T.; Shoobridge, A.; Ferrier, M. (June 2002). "Calcium diglutamate improves taste characteristics of lower-salt soup". European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 56 (6): 519–523. doi:10.1038/sj.ejcn.1601343. ISSN 1476-5640. PMID 12032651.
  5. ^ "Uniservis Marinated Mushrooms". Russian Food USA.
  6. ^ "Mushrooms: Mikado Foods". www.mikado-foods.com. Retrieved 2020-04-28.
  7. ^ "Organic mushroom broth". Pacific Foods.
  8. ^ Columnist, CM Guest (2020-04-04). "Home cooked Japanese goes vegan". Cyprus Mail. Retrieved 2020-04-28.
  9. ^ "15 Flavorful Meatless Mushroom Burgers!". One Green Planet. 2020-01-14. Retrieved 2020-04-28.
  10. ^ Benedict, J.C.; Reigler, S. (2015). The Blue Ribbon Cook Book. University Press of Kentucky. p. 44. ISBN 978-0-8131-5988-1.
  11. ^ The Hotel/motor Hotel Monthly. Clissold Publishing Company. 1913. p. 86.
  12. ^ James Beard (1994). James Beard's New Fish Cookery. Little, Brown and Company. pp. 429–430. ISBN 0316085006.
  13. ^ "15 How to Cook Mushroom Biryani at home!". World in Eyes blog. 2020-07-16. Retrieved 2020-07-16.

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