- Easy to do.
- Boost vitamin D levels simply by exposing mushrooms to the sun for two days.
- Vitamin D levels in mushrooms remain high for at least a year.
- Ingesting a handful of vitamin D-enriched. mushrooms four times a week can bring serum levels to a healthy baseline.
- Mushrooms are the best vegan source of vitamin D on the planet.[/list]
This is how to do it:
1) Obtain fresh Organic shiitake, maitake, button, oyster, shimeji or other mushrooms.
2) On a sunny day in June, July or August, slice the fresh mushrooms. Place them evenly on a tray exposed directly to the sun from 10 am to 4 pm.
3) Before nightfall, cover the mushrooms with a layer of cardboard to block moisture from dewfall.
4) The next clear day repeat exposure to the sun from 10 am to 4 pm.
5) Remove the mushrooms and finish drying (if necessary in a food dehydrator until they are crispy).
6) When thoroughly dry, store in a glass jar or sealed container. Adding a tablespoon of uncooked rice as a moisture absorber will help keep the mushrooms dry. The mushrooms should be good for a year or more, depending upon conditions.
7) Take 10 grams daily per person, about a small handful. Rehydrate in water for one hour. The mushrooms will swell. Then cook as desired.
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