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MUSHROOM (CHAMPIGNON) / SILVER DOLLAR
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SCIENTIFIC NAME: AGARICUS BISPORUS
FRANCAIS: DOLLAR EN ARGENT DE CHAMPIGNON (CHAMPIGNON DE PARIS)/
Early Greeks and Romans are thought to be among the first cultivators of mushrooms, using them in a wide array of dishes. Today there are literally thousands of varieties of this fleshy fungus. Sizes and shapes vary tremendously and colors can range from white to black with a full gamut of colors in between. The cap's texture can be smooth, pitted, honeycombed or ruffled and flavors range from bland to rich, nutty and earthy. The cultivated mushroom is what's commonly found in most U.S. supermarkets today.
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BENEFICIAL: Contains an agglutinin which modifies disease susceptibility.
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