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A mushroom is a body of fungus that takes the form of a domed cap on the stalk, with gills on the underside of the cap.  Mushrooms are low in calories, fat, sodium, free from cholesterol and perfectly safe for vegetarians and vegans as well.

In this article, we will be discussing a brief history on mushroom production, some fun facts about them, benefits of its cultivation and tips that can improve mushroom production.

From the accidental discovery by a French farmer around 1650 to its further study and research, mushroom production began on a wide scale in the caves in Paris, France.  Mushrooms were only used by the rich but since better and more effective methods of its cultivation came, more people were able to have access to it.

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