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4. Mushroom growing is a several hundred year old tradition.


Mushroom growing is a several thousand year old trade. It was pioneered by the Chinese, who grew many different types of mushrooms, focusing on their taste and healing properties. The agaricus mushroom are the only mass-grown mushroom Europe. First farms were established in France as early as in 16th century, thanks to the French botanist Marchant. The first mushrooms frown in France were an expensive delicacy. Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, a renowned connoisseur thought them equal to truffles. The renowned lawyer, judge and gourmet published a book in 1825 - the Physiology of Taste, in which he gives numerous examples praising the taste and smell of the mushroom, which would be served with delicacies such as lobster, crabs, capers, or best vintages of wine and cognac. Starting with France, mushrooms became popular in other European countries. Today, Holland and Poland remain the largest growers in Europe. Mushroom crops in Poland are growing every year, which means our country will soon become the major producer on the continent, and the third largest worldwide. 


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