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Early Greeks and Romans are thought to be 1st cultivators
Thousands of varieties -some cultivated, some wild -not all are edible (in fact many are poisonous)
Member of the fungus family, a very simple plant no leaves, chlorophyll, flowers, or roots! attach selves to existing organic material in order to draw nutrients
Ancient Egyptians considered mushrooms to be a food of the gods and prohibited their consumption by the population; Romans believed mushrooms gave people strength and included them in soldiers' diets

Brought to New World Discovered in New World Chocolate Corn Crab Eggs Finfish Chilies Ginger Lamb Mushroom One Pot Cooking Pasta Noodles Pork Potato Rice Salad Shellfish Smoking Spice Blends Tomato Vegetarian Wraps.

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