11 Common Types of Edible Mushrooms

Types of edible mushrooms

Do you enjoy eating mushrooms as much as I do? Are you keen to start experimenting with new flavors in your favorite dishes? In this article, I am going to share 11 different types of edible mushrooms you can try.

When we buy mushrooms, we typically only buy the ones that we’re familiar with and are readily available. And that’s okay, but there are quite a few wild mushrooms that are edible and worth trying.

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10 Blue Vegetables From Around the World

Blue vegetables

A list with ten blue vegetables from around the world, some familiar but most of them quite rare and unique.

Blue vegetables are a rarity. That fact is thanks to the relative instability of blue anthocyanins, the pigment chemical that gives red, purple, and blue plants their color.

These specialty pigments only turn blue and stay blue when the pH inside the plant is just right. Every once in a while, the right factors come together, and a blue vegetable is created.

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15 Green Fruits From Around the World

Green fruits

A list with 15 green fruits from around the world. Unique fruits with beautiful green skin, some quite familiar and others a bit more exotic.

Almost all fruits start off as green, but only a select few stay that way when ripe. And while green may seem a common color for fruits and vegetables, green fruits are more unique than you may think.

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How to Cut and Eat a Cherimoya Fruit (+ Recipe Tips)

How to eat a cherimoya fruit

In this article, I am going to explain how best to cut and eat cherimoyas so you can get the most out of this delicious fruit.

With a scaley rind, large poisonous seeds, and an imperfect shape, you’d never know the cherimoya is one of the tastiest fruits in the world. In fact, according to Mark Twain, it is the most delicious fruit known to man.

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15 Red Fruits From Around the World

Red fruits

A list with 15 red fruits from around the world. Delicious and unique fruits with beautiful red skin that will appeal to many.

One of the reasons I enjoy eating red fruits is that they often have pretty strong flavors. But I also love buying those brightly-colored fruits because they are great for decorating dinner tables.

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17 Yellow Fruits From Around the World

Yellow fruits

A list with 17 yellow fruits from around the world. Unique and delicious fruits with beautiful yellow peel.

I’ve been on a mission to try as many yellow fruits as possible to add a bit of extra joy to my day. They are not only bright and cheerful, but they’re also incredibly delicious.

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How to Eat a Kumquat Fruit (+ Recipe Tips)

How to eat kumquats

In this article, I will explain how best to eat kumquats, and I will also share some ideas to include fresh kumquat fruit in recipes.

The kumquat is a mini citrus fruit with one characteristic that is very different from other fruits in its family. And because of that difference, it is not eaten the way most people would expect.

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How to Cut and Eat a Rambutan Fruit

How to eat rambutans

In this article, I will explain how best to cut and eat rambutans, and I will also share some of my favorite ways to enjoy fresh rambutan fruit in recipes.

Somewhere between a sea urchin having a bad hair day and a brightly colored alien lifeform is the rambutan.

Given its odd appearance, I don’t blame you for having some questions about how to handle it. Most notably, how do you cut and eat a rambutan fruit?

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How to Peel and Cut Ginger (5 Methods)

How to peel and cut ginger

Ginger can be tricky to work with. That thin skin, hard flesh, and all those nooks and crannies make preparing it for any meal a bit difficult.

Luckily, a few simple kitchen tricks make cleaning and preparing this root a little easier, which ultimately comes down to practice.

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How to Keep Ginger Fresh (6 Storage Tips)

How to keep ginger fresh

When buying a piece of ginger root and you cannot use the entire root in one go, you need to store the remainder to make it last as long as possible.

Ginger is a favorite spice that has many uses in the kitchen and home, but storing the root, or rhizome, for later use must be done in the right way to extend its shelf life.

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