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Mushrooms share more genetic material with animals than with plants – they’re the only plants that provide vitamin D, and the B-12 found in the fungi is the same as that found in meat. They’re also an excellent source of potassium, riboflavin, niacin and selenium, and if you believe ancient Greeks, they give warriors strength in battle.
They also have a savory flavor and texture that makes them a tasty alternative to meat. And marinated, as in the recipe below, they can be used in a salad or sandwich, as an appetizer or side dish.