The Champignon cultivation can be traced back to the times of King Louis XIV of France. It was first cultivated in the catacombs of Paris, ideal for temperature and humidity. For this reason the White button mushroom is also called the “mushroom of Paris.”
t has a firm and white body, which tends to darken when cooked. It is very versatile and appreciated in the kitchen; it joined several recipes and, if combined with dairy products and fruit, can be the basis of a vegetarian diet. In these mushrooms are present carbohydrates, proteins, minerals (iron, copper, manganese, phosphorus) and Vitamin C. Low in fat and calories.
ENERGY AND NUTRITIONAL VALUES per 100g OF MUSHROOMS: