Spring is nearly here. Whether you are still braving the chill of the Midwest or enjoying the coastal beaches, one thing is for certain: comforting winter recipes are being filed away for next year and lighter, veggie-forward fare is now on the menu.
How are your resolutions holding up? If you’re wavering or still goal-searching, why not make some #ShroomGoals? Mushrooms can help play a role in achieving whatever your goals may be – from improving your nutrition to your cooking!
Whether they’re topping a pizza, grilled along with other veggies or incorporated into a burger patty, mushrooms are nutritional powerhouses and tasty to boot.
Did you know mushrooms are the only source of vitamin D in the produce aisle? Score!
From power bowls to loaded salads, when it comes to amping up veggies in your meals, mushrooms are first in flavor and a powerhouse of nutrition. Be sure to reach for mushrooms while planning your Nutrition Month menu!
February is American Heart Month and we’ve partnered with The Whole Grain Council and Fruits & Veggies–More Matters® to give your ticker some love. Combine the mighty mushroom (low calorie and fat-free) with any one of these pairings for a healthy helping of delicious.
While it’s easy to decipher between shapes and colors, it’s not as easy to see the nutritional differences between mushrooms. Mushrooms are a nutrient powerhouse with each type offering beneficial nutrients such as vitamin D, selenium and B vitamins.
While few foods naturally contain vitamin D, mushrooms are unique for being one of the only sources in the produce aisle.