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Mushrooms

For thousands of years Easter cultures have revered mushrooms for their healing properties. Mushrooms contain vegetable proteins, iron, fibre, essential animo acids, vitamins and minerals. Studies have suggested that they may help strengthen our bodies and fight off illnesses. 

Packed full of nutrition, mushrooms can enhance the flavour of any dish. But, be warned - mushrooms soak up oil like a sponge! Try them raw, grilled or dry fried (without oil). 

Use in salads, stews, omelettes, stir fries, breakfast dishes, sauces and soups.

Table: Nutritional Information for
1 Mushroom/10g
Calories (kcal)

1.3

Protein (g) 0.2
Carbohydrate (g) 0.0
Fat (g) 0.0
Fibre (g) 0.1

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