Mushroom(作茸)マッシュルーム

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Nutrient content per 100 g

Delicious season

Mushroom

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Commentary on vegetables

  • The most cultivated mushrooms in the world
  • In Europe it is called “Champignon”
  • The only mushroom that can be eaten raw
  • Cultivation is done in Japan, but there are still many failures.
  • Contains more protein than shiitake and contains vitamin B2 and potassium dietary fiber
  • Many umami ingredients (glutamic acid), good taste

How to choose

  • It should be round and have a smooth surface and no cracks.
  • Choose a thick and short axis
  • Select the one whose cut end is not discolored

Preservation method

  • Wrap in newspaper and store in vegetable room
  • Eat early because it is easily damaged

recipe

  • Fried food
  • Grilled food
  • soup
  • Ajillo
 

Food composition table

Per 100g edible portion

Mushroom(raw)

Waste rate5%
Energy11㎉
moisture93.9g
Protein2.9g
Lipid0.3g
Carbohydrate2.1g
Sodium6㎎
Potassium350㎎
Calcium3㎎
Magnesium10㎎
Rin100㎎
iron0.3㎎
Zinc0.4㎎
Copper0.32㎎
Manganese0.04㎎
Lodine1㎍
Selenium14㎍
Chromium
Molybdenum2㎍
Vitamin A(Retinol)
Vitamin A(β-carotene)
Vitamin D0.3㎍
Vitamin E(Tocopherol α)
Vitamin K
Vitamin B10.06㎎
Vitamin B20.29㎎
Niacin3.0㎎
Vitamin B60.11㎎
Vitamin B12
Folic acid28㎍
Pantothenic acid1.54㎎
Biotin10.6㎍
Vitamin C

Dietary fiber(aggregate amount)2.0g

Quoted from the Japanese food standard composition table 2015 edition