Are Mushrooms a Vegetable?


Mushrooms are a type of a vegetable but they are considered to be only partial vegetables as they lack leaves, roots or seeds. Mushrooms are a type of a fungus that grow in the dark and forms mushrooms by releasing spores.
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1. Wash the mushrooms and vegetables with fresh running water properly to get rid of all the dirt. Dry them using paper towels. 2. Trim the stems of the mushrooms. If you want smaller
Because the vegetables do not make friends with fungus.
I can't tell you but I wish they wouldn't! Is it anal of me to cringe whenever I hear this sort of thing or can I be forgiven because I'm a biologist? I don't really mind to be honest
They are in the produce
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