Magazine F : Mushroom

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《Magazine F》是由韓國著名的精品誌《Magazine B》原班人馬所構思,這本刊物的發行目的和主題,都是圍繞在食物(Food)之中,我們每天攝取的營養當中,從食材一直到端上桌面之前,整個生產到料理所衍生出的各種面相與議題,就是本刊要分析探討的範圍。通過各個領域,包括農漁畜牧、營養學、醫學、食品工業、主廚以及人類學與經濟學的觀點,集合學有專精的研究人員一起合作,針對這些議題回答讀者各種關於 FOOD 的疑惑。  


Mushrooms are found in many different shapes and sizes. Neither plant nor animal, these fungi are generally talked about in terms of the fruiting body and the mycelium. The mycelium, which absorbs nutrients, is typically attached to tree roots and forms a fluffy, thread-like network. The fruiting bodies—the mushrooms we eat—feed off of the mycelium to bloom and produce spores for reproduction. Some varieties like the white button, oyster, morel, and shiitake offer a natural umami and aroma unique to specific parts of the world, and are undeniably tied to regional cuisines. The truffle, in particular, is a luxury ingredient from central Italy that is as valuable as a precious metal. Outside the fine-dining scene, mushrooms are emerging as key components in meat alternatives and new materials, and the amazing potential of these fungi is expanding every day.