According to Science, It's The Best Way to Cook Mushrooms

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What mushroom-based cuisine do you like best? Is it fried? Or burned? Or made in a soup? In addition to the various recipe mushrooms that exist, how cooked mushrooms also have a major impact on the nutritional content in it. Quoted from purewow.com, Saturday (17/06/2017), mushrooms have many good content, such as fiber, protein, and vitamins.

Not only that, mushrooms are also foods that are low in calories and fat. Researchers at the Mushroom Technological Research Center, Spain recently discovered that frying and boiling the fungus can have a negative impact on the level of nutrients and antioxidants present in it.

According to Science, It's The Best Way to Cook Mushrooms

According to research published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, boiling the fungus can reduce the vitamin, while frying can increase fat content in it significantly. So what to do?

Burning, baking, or incorporating mushrooms into the microwave can keep the nutrients in them intact and increase the antioxidant. In addition, adding a little olive oil over the roasted mushrooms can also give you maximum benefits. Good luck!

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