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National Nutritional Month

“Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day”

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March is National Nutritional Month and the Mushroom Council wants to remind you how healthy and delicious mushrooms are.

Mushrooms are fat free, low calorie and packed with nutrients. Adding mushrooms to your menu is a  great way to eat healthy.

This super food can literally be added to any meal of the day. 

You can enjoy mushrooms for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

My favorite way to enjoy mushrooms is on my pizza.

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Pizza Night!

Have you heard about mushrooms swapability? You can substitute chopped mushrooms for many meats to make a healthier and heartier meal.

Can’t figure out which mushroom you should use in a recipe? Check out the Mushroom Story page on the Mushroom Channel for a description of each mushroom, it’s flavor and nutritional facts.

Looking for recipes?

MushroomInfo has a huge  fully searchable database packed  full of mushroom recipes for you to  choose from.

Looking for a recipe for Meatless Monday? There is a section of recipes dedicated to Meatless Monday.


National Nutrition Month Twitter Party with The Mushroom Channel



When: Wednesday, March 20th  from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET

Where:  The #MushroomDish  tag on Twitter

How: To participate, use the party tag during the hour and follow host @ResourcefulMom as well as the evening’s sponsor at @MushroomChannel.


1 (one) winner will receive a $100 Visa Gift Card

4 (four) winners will each receive a $50 Visa Gift Card

8 (eight) winners will each receive a $25 Visa Gift Card

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.


Planning on joining us?  Let us know by adding your Twitter URL ( at Resourceful Mommy.  An RSVP is not required to participate or to be entered to win.

For more information about  mushrooms from the Mushroom Counsel you can check out The Mushroom Channel on Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter .

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post from the Mushroom Counsel. I have been compensated for my time and to share interesting information about National Nutritional Month  and the benefits of adding mushrooms to your diet.

All opinions are my own.


  1. Since moving to Italy I have learned that mushroom pasta is just as common as pasta with pesto or carbonara! My Italian family makes it about once a week and it is so delicious, definitely one of my favorite plates of pasta. In Italy you can buy bags of frozen mixed mushrooms, or bags of dried mushrooms. You can also find them in cans, but there isn’t much variety. The way they make this mushroom sauce is by sauteing chunks of prosciutto in a good amount of oil, adding a little heavy cream and red pepper flakes. They then add the mushrooms and simmer for about 8 minutes. Try it out!

  2. Steven@Paleo diet menu says:

    Thank you for this great information. I never knew that we could substitute chopped mushrooms for many meats to make a healthier and heartier meal. Having this meal is great. I really appreciate this article. Thanks for sharing this. Keep it up!

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