A mushroom isn’t a plant, but a parasite.
“Athlete’s Foot” is a parasite. But don’t worry, maybe not all of mushrooms are awful for you!
There are many kinds of mushrooms on world. Some are poisonous, some are psychoactive, and many are edible and have amazing health benefits to you.
The ones that you see on your supermarket all the time would be the ones which you will want to catch. They’re white, and therefore are sold individually in bins or are offered in tiny bunches on Styrofoam trays and wrapped in stretch plastic wrap, or as the British state, “Cling Film”.
You will want to opt for the loose ones so that you may hand-pick the most ignorant and nearest ones that are free of bruising, and tote them in paper bags that are typically provided from the shop. The paper tote breaths, and allows your hand-picked mushrooms remain fresher before you need them.
Most mushrooms that are available in supermarkets are grown on mushroom farms. Most mushroom farms smell like shit. That’s because mushrooms consume manure and develop, unlike vegetables, at the dark.
For this reason many men and women believe mushroom supply are really bad for you! Common sense makes this false decision plausible because, how can something that develops in dung, be good for you? This idea has morphed into a favorite saying:
“You treat me like a mushroom, since you feed me full of shit and keep me in the dark! ”
To some mushroom, however, that’s great! Unlike us, mushrooms like the dim, and don’t find “shit” as misinformation, but like a pure, composted food, that is over-loaded with the nutrients any organism might hope for! After eating manure daily, a mushroom develops to a succulent morsel of food that has saved up all of the good from the food that it eats, and filters back all of the bad things, leaving you with a yummy fungus that is packed with all the nutrients that you need for optimal health.