The Cremini or Baby Bella mushroom is a versatile, rich and meaty addition to any dish. With earthy flavors, use them to quickly sauté with butter, garlic, and your favorite herbs.
Cremini mushrooms are commonly marketed as “baby bella” or “baby portobello” mushrooms because they are just that — a juvenile portobello mushroom. These mushrooms are dark brown and firmer than the common white button mushroom. Mushrooms are categorized as a fungi however they are are commonly considered as a type of vegetable, though they do not have stems, branches, roots, leaves or flowers. They are found growing on other organic organisms in the wild and are a excellent source of vitamin E
Mushrooms are an excellent addition to breakfast, lunch or dinner. The Baby Bella mushrooms can be sautéd in an omelet, added to pasta or on a home made pizza. Fresh organic mushrooms make a great addition to any salad.
Key Nutritional Facts
28 grams (g) is approximately equal to 2 table spoons (tbsp) or 1 ounce (oz).
Riboflavin. Amount: .4 mg. Daily Value: 24%
Niacin. Amount: 3.8 mg. Daily Value: 19%
Pantothenic Acid. Amount: 1.3 mg. Daily Value: 13%
Phosphorus. Amount: 109 mg. Daily Value: 11%
Potassium. Amount: 407 mg. Daily Value: 12%
Copper. Amount: .3 mg. Daily Value: 17%
Selenium. Amount: 9.2 mcg. Daily Value: 13%
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