Mushrooms: The Official Ingredient for Earth Day
Mushrooms are the Official Ingredient for Earth Day
Reduce, reuse, recycle, eat a mushroom. You heard us. Do your part for the planet by choosing sustainably grown ingredients like the mighty mushroom!
How can something so meaty and delicious also be so earth friendly? Our favorite fungi require minimal land, water and energy to grow. Researchers have even noted that mushrooms can be considered “one of the most sustainably produced foods in the United States.”*
It doesn’t get mush’ better for the planet than that. Which is why we’re declaring mushrooms as The Official Ingredient for Earth Day.
Make your Earth Month more delicious by making mushrooms your official ingredient for Earth Day!
Earthy Mushroom Recipes
Kale and Basil Pesto Zoodles with Mushrooms
These zoodles are full of bold flavors and are ideal for a light lunch or dinner. They can stand as a meal on their own or be served as a side with grilled fish or chicken.
Sautéed Mushroom and Sundried Tomato Avocado Toast
Sundried tomatoes add a tangy bite to earthy mushrooms and creamy avocado for this twist on classic avocado toast. It all comes together quickly for an easy meal in minutes.
Avocado and Farro Harvest Buddha Bowl
Load up on flavor with this healthy vegetarian power bowl featuring shiitakes with a tahini drizzle.
Enoki Bulgogi Bibimbap
Finely chopped enoki mushrooms absorb the sweet and savory flavors of the Korean marinade and pair well with the combination sautéed greens and crisp fresh cucumber to create a filling meal.
Mushroom, Asparagus and Goat Cheese Tart
A flaky pastry crust is filled with eggs, fresh asparagus, creamy goat cheese and a roasted medley of mushrooms. The use of pre-made puff pastry makes this tart easy to put together for a weekend lunch or quick appetizer.
Mighty Mushroom Lettuce Wrapped Blended Burger
Save the planet with a burger? Yep! Sustainably-grown mushrooms add an earth-friendly twist to the iconic burger. Add some green with crunchy lettuce in place of buns.
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