Mushrooms are a common food items. Found in any grocery store and it a favorite food item throughout the world. We fry them, deep fry them, and slice them in salads and omelets.
You can browse the web to get the shrooms from an online store. The ancient Egyptians believed mushrooms were the plant of immortality as evidenced by Hieroglyphics more than 4000 years ago. Egyptian Pharaoh assumed that only royalty would take part in the consumption of mushrooms with decided that commoners could never touch them.
There are at least 38,000 species of mushroom were identified today. It is true that some species are poisonous and should not be consumed. As a result, private mushroom cultivation began in France in the 1800s.
This of course started the origins of a unique and profitable business for those inclined. Still today, most fungi that we consume are produced by private mushroom growers. You can even buy your own mushroom cultivation kit.
Until the end, the mushroom has been given the spotlight because they are under the close supervision of their potential medicinal properties. A "new class" of mushrooms, called medicinal mushrooms have been established which includes Maitake Mushrooms, Shiitake, Turkey Tail, Cordyceps, Lion Mane, and Reishi to name a few.
With this in mind, it may prove expedient to incorporate the mushroom, as part of a regular diet. In particular, various or fancy types, such as emerging research to show potential health benefits of single-celled organisms often just regarded as a mildew.