Champignon Mushrooms, or agaricus bisporus, are among the most used mushrooms in cooking.

Thay have a cylindrical stipe is up to 6 cm (2⅓ in) tall. The gills, narrow and crowded, are from pink to brown colored. The cap is hemispherical, and ranges from white to brown color, while the flesh is white. Native to France, it is now cultivated in several countries around the world.

In cooking, it is usually sliced and used to make soups, or sauces, or second dishes, like for lamb and Champignon Mushrooms, or scallops with musahrooms.

Fun fact: to clean Champignon Mushrooms, just wipe them with a damp paper towel to remove any dirt.

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