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Also bear in mind that there are many kinds of mushrooms available, and not all mushrooms are compliant for every individual. I have a wide range of beneficial and neutral mushrooms, but also a few on my "avoid" list. I'd be wary of using a product that's "derived from mushrooms" without knowing what kind of mushrooms were used.
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making raw sweets/cakes much better for health, plus saves on electricity/power/utility expenses! cooking changes structure of nutrients which ages the cells, unless one has and uses a dehydrator appliance. one can always eat a date, fig, fresh apple/pear, etc when a wishing to eat something sweet. or carrot, pumpkin, a little onion. I do understand about wanting to bake, as used to do this quite a lot and our society says it's ok! the taste buds and consiousness can change in time though.