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July 12, 2011


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8 large button mushrooms, fresh
2 Tbsps Bragg Organic Olive Oil
dash of Bragg Liquid Aminos
whole grain toast or lettuce

Wash mushrooms and remove stem (save stems for soups). Place mushrooms, cap side down in an oiled pan. Broil for three minutes, about 3 inches below flame. Turn over mushrooms and broil on the other side three more minutes. Put olive oil and Liquid Aminos in each cap; broil until warm in center.  Serve on whole-grain toast or a bed of shredded lettuce.

Serves 2-4.

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The popular button mushroom is the most widely used and is readily available, fresh or canned. Asian mushrooms
are also high in protein, and have greater health benefits. Shiitake, reishi, oyster, portobello, porcini, chanterelle, crimini, etc., are available dried and fresh in many whole-food supermarkets, health stores and Asian markets. Mushrooms are a delicious addition to pastas, vegetables, soups, and casseroles. They can also be used as an entrée. Experiment with different types of mushrooms in the following recipes.

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