10 Types Of Mushrooms

And Their Uses

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able mushroom, cultivated mushroom, button, table mushroom, and champignon mushroom. Agaricus bisporus is an edible mushroom which has two color states while immature


White button mushroom

when immature and brown, Agaricus bisporus may be known as Cremino mushroom, Swiss brown mushroom, Roman brown mushroom, Italian brown mushroom, classic brown mushroom


Crimini mushroom

Mushrooms of this variety are as wide as the palm of your hand. Portobello mushrooms are dense in texture and have a rich taste. In Italy, they’re used in sauces and pasta


Portobello mushroom

Shitake, black forest, black winter, brown oak, Chinese black, black mushroom, oriental black, forest mushroom, golden oak, Donko.
Shiitake are mushrooms that grow mainly in Japan


Shiitake mushroom

Oyster mushrooms are a species of Pleurotus and they can be found in the wild, growing on the sides of trees. Nowadays they’re some of the most commonly cultivated edible mushrooms in


Oyster mushroom

Enokitake, enokidake, futu mushroom, winter mushrooms, winter fungus, golden needle mushroom, or lily mushroom.


Enoki mushroom

Chanterelles are among the most popular species of wild mushrooms. They are orange,yellow or white, meaty and trumpet-shaped.Because they're difficult to cultivate, chanterelles


 Chanterelle mushroom

Porcino mushroom, Cèpe, bolete, king bolete, borowik, Polish mushroom, Steinpilz, stensopp, or penny bun.
A meaty mushroom similar to the portobello


Porcini mushroom

it is not a good mushroom to serve raw due to a somewhat bitter taste. Its bitterness disappears completely when cooked, and the mushrooms turn slightly nutty in flavor.


Shimeji Mushroom

Out of all the mushroom types,these distinctive fungi have a honeycomb appearance on their cap.Morels are prized by gourmet cooks,particularly in French cuisine, because they are super


Morel Mushroom

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