Monday, 29 August 2011
Mushroom farming requires one to spend large monetary and time investment in growing mushrooms, marketing the produce and ensuring the operation is profitable. For one planning to propagate mushroom commercially, we have a guide that will introduce him to the basics of raising mushrooms .
Mushroom farming is a labour and time-intensive venture. If you are planning to start one, you must be ready to devote time attending to the complicated process of growing mushrooms, growing them profitably, and the tricky aspect of marketing your product.
Monday, 29 August 2011 by Haroun Betoon · 3
Sunday, 28 August 2011
An analysis of previously uncharted chemical contents, mostly carbohydrates, in U.S.-consumed mushrooms shows that these fruity edible bodies of fungi could be tailored into dietary plans to help fill various nutritional needs.
Using modern analytic tools, scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found that the six mushroom varieties tested -- in raw and cooked forms and at various harvest times and maturity levels -- are rich in total dietary fibers, including those associated with cholesterol-lowering (chitin) and healthy hearts (beta-glutan).
Sunday, 28 August 2011 by Haroun Betoon · 0
Mushrooms are not a true vegetable in the sense that it does not have any leaves, roots, or seeds, and really does not need any light to grow. So what exactly is a mushroom? It is a fungus, which grows in the dark and creates more mushrooms by releasing spores. Mushrooms are found all over the world and have been a very honored food in many cultures. Ancient Egyptians considered mushrooms to be food for the royals. The French adored the fungus and began harvesting them in caves during the seventeenth century. These famous fungi didn't reach popularity in the United States until the late 1800s.
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Mushrooms have been used for centuries for their healing properties. Discover just what they have to offer in terms of nutrition and health.
Mushrooms may not be all that impressive to look at, but they more than make up for their appearance with their incredible nutritional profile. Research continues to serve up impressive discoveries about just what this fungi has to offer.
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Organic mushrooms are already put to use for 1000's of years both as food and for healing purposes. They are usually classified as a plant or a herb, however they are actually fungus infection. While you will find over 14,000 mushrooms, just about 3,000 are delicious, about 700 have known healing properties, and much less than a single percent are acknowledged as harmful.
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