The internet says that you shouldn’t eat mushrooms if you find mold on them, unlike cheese and bread, where you can get rid of the moldy part and just eat the good part. The only thing to do is to dispose of the whole carton of mushrooms, then disinfect the parts of the kitchen that came in contact with the mold.
I try to remember grocery store brands, but Country Fresh Mushroom Co. is a new one for me. According to its website:
FOOD SAFETY – OUR TOP PRIORITY
With increasing consumer concern about where their food comes from and how it arrives on their plates, food safety has become a critical issue throughout the fresh produce industry. But for Country Fresh, it has always been a top priority.
From MGAP certification of all our growers to Level 3 SQF certification of our packing facility, we integrate rigorous food safety standards into every step of our business. Our customers rest assured knowing that they receive the safest, highest quality mushroom supply available in the industry.
And now the homemade pizza I made yesterday only has onions on it, no mushrooms:
This is the kind of pizza you have to eat with a spoon. Can you see the onions? 🙂
Yes, I sent this company an email with a link to this post, so I’m expecting my refund check any day now. (Don’t hold your breath.) How do you feel after you throw money away?
Reminds me of moldy Walmart potatoes: