white mushroom


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white mushroom

n.
A button mushroom that is white.
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But she interestingly observes that: 'many white mushroom pickers are advocates of US conquests abroad, limited government, and white supremacy' (p.
Originally a white mushroom farm, in 1989 Smithy Mushrooms identified a gap in the market for the supply of exotic mushrooms.
An acceptability index was established for each potential food source by comparing consumption of each test mushrooms to a control (white mushroom).
"Pixie Willows," who usually goes by the name Peggy Staalberg, wore a big, floppy, red and white mushroom hat, underneath which you could just see her severely pointed, fairylike ears.
Television footage of the blast showed a huge white mushroom cloud over the two-story bank, followed by thick black smoke.
Impressions of Upper Mongolia--Homage to Raymond Roussel, 1975, like all of Dali's late films, is marred by the artist's quixotic hectoring as he searches for the great white mushroom of forgetfulness.
The most common is the cultivated white mushroom, but other popular ones include the shiitake, oyster, enoki, cremini and portabella.
One blast sent up a huge streak of grey smoke that spread into a white mushroom cloud as planes circled overhead.
A fragile, tiny white mushroom with delicate flavor, a long stem, and a tiny cap; grows in small clusters; cultivated; relatively inexpensive (about $2 per 3 1/2-ounce package); best used fresh in salads or as a garnish, or added at the end of cooking.
New salad items include a trio (white mushroom salad, cheese ravioli salad and calamari salad); and a Chinese chicken salad.