What are white mushrooms? | Mushroom Learning Center Kolhapur

White mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) belong to the Fungi kingdom and constitute about 50% of the mushrooms consumed in the India.
Agaricus bisporus can be harvested at varying stages of maturity. When young and immature, they are known as white mushrooms if they have a white color, or crimini mushrooms if they have slight brown shade.

When fully grown, they’re known as portobello mushrooms, which are bigger and darker.
White mushrooms are also known as table, common, button, or champignon mushrooms. They have a small stem, smooth cap, and mild flavor that pairs well with many dishes.
White mushrooms grow on composted soil among a wide range of other fungi and bacteria, which play essential roles in the process, as they break down raw materials before the mushrooms can grow.
You can find them fresh, frozen, canned, dried, or even in powdered form.

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