The humble white button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) has as much, and in some cases, more anti-oxidant properties than more expensive varieties.
The CAC-ing technique (means Compost Added at Casing) involves the application of small amounts of fully colonized by the mushroom mycelium, (3rd phase) compost to the casing soil. The technique was developed in Ireland during the 1960s and reported for the first time in 1972 by MacCanna and Flanagan.
Mushrooms are king! That says a cancer specialist who has found just 100g a day is a major line of defence for our bodies. Dr Shiuan Chen, who has discovered mushrooms contain natural aromatase inhibitors which he links to a reduced risk of breast and prostate cancer, was in Adelaide to speak to an Endocrine Society of Australia meeting. Dr Chen said one large fresh mushroom, or about 100g, raw or cooked in any way, was beneficial because it is the chemicals in mushrooms that have the effect on hormones, and these remain stable regardless of the cooking method.
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The Fillers received another set of mushroom farm machines for the compost and casing loading service in the mushroom farms.