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Art H.
Friday, February 21, 2014, 12:57am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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For Type O individuals, common mushrooms are found in the 'avoid' list. Portobello mushrooms are found in the 'neutral' list. Both are described in the literature as Agaricus bisporus (portobello being a "mature" specimen).

Has this ever been explained or addressed? Would love to hear that it's a quirky but legitimate situation.

Thanks.

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Lloyd
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It has been, many years ago. I don't recall much.

Using the search feature may turn up one or two threads on the subject.
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Art H.
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Thanks Lloyd and Lola.

Seems the next step for me is testing for secretor status.
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