This is going to sound a little like a sponsored post, but let me assure you, it isn’t. I wanted to share my favourite creamy mushroom recipe with you, but recently found out some cool mushroom facts that I just need to be shared.
I have discovered that mushrooms can be a wonderful source of vitamin D. Light-exposed mushrooms that is.
Light-exposed mushrooms, what are they? Mushrooms naturally produce vitamin D when they are placed in sunlight. A concept a little hard to grasp at first when you consider that mushrooms spend their life in the dark, but it has been proven. Place mushrooms in the sun (an hour for button, two for larger cup mushrooms) and the mushrooms generate Vitamin D levels in a similar way to humans. You only need to eat light-activated button mushrooms to obtain your daily vitamin D requirement. Read more →