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Bekki Shining Bearheart
Thursday, January 26, 2017, 5:39pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My partner and I grow an extensive vegetable and medicinal herb garden. I am thinking of adding mushrooms to the mix.

There are a number of mushrooms I can't do, and a few that are neutral. Enoki is my only beneficial. There are many medicinal mushrooms that I can't find on the list. Some of them I have had as ingredients in cooked food.

I tend to crave mushrooms and I expect it is because they are high in minerals.

One that is hard to find in grocery stores that I like very much-- and I have not seen listed on SWAMI or elsewhere-- is Lion's Mane. It has many health benefits as well, especially for the nervous system. Reishi is also one I have considered using and growing.

Also King Stropharia (Wine Cap) is very like the button mushrooms found in grocery stores, in terms of appearance and uses. I am not aware of any medicinal uses for it but it is supposed to be a superior culinary mushroom. It is not on any lists that I have been able to find. Nor are Morels.

How do I find out more about these and other unlisted mushrooms? Is Dr. D planning to look into them?
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Unrated foods are assumed to be neutral. You can eat then eat these foods and note your experience with them to determine if they should be rated higher or lower for you.

For foods to be rated comprehensive nutritional information need to be available.  This information is normally taken from a USDA database. Essentially if the USDA does not include information on a food in its database Dr. D. cannot rate the food since the information is not available to him to rate the food.

https://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/s.....c25c892d2886&ds=


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AMazone is the mushroom expert. How about private messaging her before the forum ends?
I have noticed that Vitamin Shoppe now sells pills that are certain mushrooms. That may not be as good as the fresh 'shrooms, but it might add some nutrition to those who are interested.


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Good idea MrsT....I hate the texture and taste of all mushrooms but know i should eat some....


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Isa,
What type should i look for and how can I really disguise their taste and texture????


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There is a new page on nutrients of most of the edible/medicinal mushrooms available as a PDF on the Fungi Perfecti web site. Paul Stametz who is the acknowledged expert in the field of medicinal and edible mushrooms owns the company and has documented much of the info. Dr. D could use that  as a starting place.

However my main concern is that, as an O Explorer, I have to be careful about the medicinals-- can't do shiitaki but maitaki is ok. Oysters, black trumpet mushrooms, straw mushrooms and portabellos  are also avoids for me.

Turkey Tail is another medicinal I would eat and grow for medicine if it was neutral or beneficial for me.

This is I think an important thing to pin down, since there is a great deal of new information available about the ways that mushrooms in nature are benefiting the ecosystem, and also Stametz himself is doing cutting edge research about mycoremediation. This is the process of using fungi to degrade or sequester contaminants in the environment-- Stimulating microbial and enzyme activity, mycelium reduces toxins in-situ. Growing mushrooms,in addition to providing food, could be one way we Explorers can make our immediate environment safer.
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Amazone, will you be on the new forums? I would be interested in any ideas you have about this... am Explorer, but also O...
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info on mycoremediation for anyone interested. Just realized I spelled the last name wrong.. Stamets

http://www.fungi.com/blog/items/the-petroleum-problem.html
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