article_cooking-mushrooms.jpgFrom pastas to pies, soups to stews, and more many dishes can benefit from the earthy taste of the humble mushroom. And while foraging for fungi in forests and woods may be appealing to some, the less adventurous of us can easily buy them in groceries and markets.

Cooking up something hearty for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? See if you can add mushrooms to them! Here are 7 common types you can cook with.

(First published as "All About Mushrooms" in the "In the Kitchen section" of Good Housekeeping Philippines' January-February 2002 issue. Adapted for use in Female Network. Photo by jules via Flickr Creative Commons)

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