You have questions about mushrooms, and we have answers! Mushroom myths are all too
common for this amazing, versatile ingredient. Read on as we set the record straight for 5 myths
about the mighty mushroom.
On School Lunch Hero Day, Mushrooms in Schools recognizes the school nutrition team at Grove City Area School District for their outstanding dedication to serving high-quality school meals, something we like to call #RealSchoolFood. Read on to learn more about their Farm to School programming.
Mushrooms are one of the most sustainably-produced food sources in the United States. Learn 5 amazing mushroom facts for kids and educators!
One of our favorite ways to celebrate breakfast is through the tasty combination of eggs and flavorful mushrooms. There are so many beloved ways to mix these two ingredients for breakfast food served at any time of the day!
It can be intimidating at first to menu fresh mushrooms if you’re unsure of how to quickly, safely, and deliciously prepare them. Read on to learn more about the importance of knife skills and how to use knife skills to serve fresh mushrooms.
Give your students the homestyle dishes they crave with mushrooms this semester. Mushrooms are an on-trend ingredient in homemade comfort foods that are enjoyed by the whole family from pot roast to warming soups to tacos. The pandemic has changed our eating habits, and a recent study from the Hartman group provides key learnings.
Mushrooms pack a powerful punch in a small package (probably like most of your students!). Not only do they lend deep flavors and interesting texture to dishes, they are exceptionally nutrient dense, meaning high in vitamins and minerals and low in calories. With school menus having tight guidelines for fat, calories, and sodium, having a no-fail option that is low in all three is ideal for school food professionals. Mushrooms are a seamless, nutritious fit for school menus – let’s dig into the reasons why!
In this crazy year of 2020, it’s even crazier that we need to stop and think about what we are going to serve in SY 2021-22! Yes, it is time to plan how you will use your PAL: Planned Assistance Level.
Welcome back to a very different opening of our school year. As we move forward feeding the kids, we see local purchases continuing to rise. Some of this is driven by the increased availability of local products, and mushrooms are one of those items.