The best way to eat mushrooms if you don’t like the taste

The best way to eat mushrooms if you don’t like the taste

Plus bruschetta recipe

Did you know mushrooms are one of the world’s most well-studied superfoods and are jam-packed with amazing health benefits? All hail the mighty mushroom!

In fact, studies have found that mushrooms help strengthen the immune system and fight cancer!

One study even linked eating approximately one button mushroom per day to a 64% decrease in the risk of breast cancer.

Mushrooms can also be helpful for boosting day-to-day well-being once you understand the different types and their unique properties.

Lion’s mane mushrooms will help you focus. They are natural
cognitive enhancers that boost brain function and memory.

Reishi mushrooms, on the other hand, will help you relax.
They help promote stress relief and sleep.

However, while we likely all want to think clearer and sleep
better, not everyone is a fan of eating mushrooms, which leaves a lot of people
missing out on their powerful health properties.

If that is you, you might be interested in Four Sigmatic’s mushroom coffee.

Does that sound gross?! Now I personally love mushrooms and
eat them all of the time. But, I’ll be honest. When I first heard about
mushroom coffee it grossed me out a bit.

But, given all of the incredible health benefits of
mushrooms and the antioxidants in coffee, I figured it was worth a try.

My friend was shocked to discover that it actually tastes
REALLY good! And it’s particularly tasty with a little splash of homemade nut

You may want to give it a try.

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Portobello Mushroom Bruschetta


In need of a go-to lunch, dinner, or appetizer this summer?

You’re in luck because this easy breezy spin on a classic
favorite uses just 5 ingredients and is ready in 2 steps.

Plus, the portobello mushrooms that form the base are known
as natural cancer fighters and immune boosters.

Health supporting, easy to make, and impressive enough to
bring to a potluck? Sign me up!

Prep time: 5 minutes

Cook time: 6 minutes

Total time: 11 minutes


2 portobello mushrooms

6 cloves garlic

1/3 cup olive oil, divided

3 tomatoes, chopped

1/2 cup basil, chopped

salt, pepper to taste



Mix 2 cloves of garlic (pressed), with 2 Tbs of
olive oil in small bowl. Use this as a marinade for the portobello mushrooms
and coat them using a pastry brush. Season with salt and pepper, then heat a
large grilling pan and cook them for 6 minutes, so each side for 3 minutes.

While the portobellos cooking, mix the chopped
tomatoes, remaining olive oil, garlic, basil in small bowl. Divide the
portobello mushrooms on small plates top them with the tomato filling, enjoy.


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