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Date Posted: 10:22:06 09/23/09 Wed
Author: Linda
Subject: Shiitake Mushrooms
In reply to: Beverly 's message, "Re: Hi to all" on 05:32:12 09/23/09 Wed

Have you tried an occasional fresh Shiitake mushroom?
Amanda really likes them as a change.
She gets a fresh mushroom, usually a baby portabello or a white button, almost every night for the vit. D.

>Speaking of Costco, I buy their 'giant' bag of dried
>mushrooms, and provide them to my boys. They do enjoy
>them. I don't collect 'wild' mushrooms, because I
>don't trust them. In the 'natural' setting, it's
>possible that squirrels 'know' which are 'good'
>mushrooms, and which to avoid - but in the 'domestic'
>setting, it's possible a squirrel might eat something
>it would otherwise avoid. So, I stick to white
>'button' mushrooms, or portabello mushrooms, that I
>can get at the salad bar of the stupidmarket - or the
>dried mushrooms (which are also portabellos).

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