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1 PowerPoint 1: Mush More to Mushrooms

2 Task 1: Quick Quiz: What do you know about mushrooms? Question 1: True or false Mushrooms can be counted towards your five a day. Question 2: Which of the following are not types of mushrooms? 1. White Mushroom 2. Oyster Mushroom 3. Shiitake Mushroom 4. Flower Mushroom Question 3: True or false Mushrooms are a good source of Vitamin B 5 which works in the body to help release energy from the food we eat. Question 4: True or false Mushrooms should be stored in a cupboard with other vegetables. Question 5: True or false Mushrooms can help maintain a healthy weight. 2

3 Quick Quiz: The answers Question 1: True Mushrooms can be counted towards your five a day. Question 2: Flower Mushroom Is not a type of mushroom. Question 3: True Mushrooms are a good source of Vitamin B 5 which works in the body to help release energy from the food we eat. Question 4: False Mushrooms should be stored in a refrigerator to maintain freshness. Question 5: True Mushrooms are low density foods which means they fill you up and make you feel fuller for longer. 3

4 What will I learn today? Know about the Mush-Up Challenge and how to enter the Competition. Learn the names of different mushrooms, and where they come from. Understand that mushrooms are a nutritious ingredient. Learn descriptive vocabulary to use when taste testing foods. 4

5 Task 2: What am I and where am I normally from? 5

6 Task 2: What am I and where am I normally from? Answers Name: Chestnut mushroom Origin: UK and Ireland Name: Portobello mushroom Origin: UK and Ireland Name: Shiitake mushroom Origin: UK and China Name: Enoki mushroom Origin: UK Name: Oyster mushroom Origin: UK Name: Button mushroom Origin: UK and Ireland 6

7 Task 3: Mush-Up masterclass! Fill in the table on Task 3 of Activity Sheet 1. 7

8 Task 3: Answers NutrientFunctions of the nutrients in your body FibreHelps your digestive system Vitamin B 5 Helps the body to release energy from the food we eat ProteinHelps with the growth and repair of your body AntioxidantsHelps to protect against cancer Potassium Helps keep your blood pressure at a healthy level SeleniumIs an antioxidant Folic AcidHelps prevent neural defects in babies 8

9 Task 4: Mush-Up Challenge Competition Design Brief and Criteria An innovative idea based on an everyday meal, with a mushroom addition. The Mush-Up meal must contain at least one type of mushroom (at least 160g). A brilliant name for the mush-up meal you invented. A healthy meal for two. Excellent sensory characteristics in the Mush-Up meal. My Mush-Up meal should win because… (in 20 words). Prizes include: Winning recipes will be published on the Mushroom Bureau website. iPad. £500 towards cookery equipment for the school. Recipe books. 9

10 Task 5 For ideas on how to Mush-Up a meal go to: 10

11 Could you be a taste tester? Using your senses, can you identify what you like about the dish? Can you describe your least favourite aspect of the dish? If you could change the dish what would you do and why? 11

12 Can you suggest some more suitable sensory descriptors? AppearanceAromaTextureFlavour AttractiveSavouryBumpySalty GoldenSpicySmoothCheesy 12

13 What have I learnt today? 13 Do I know all about the Mush-Up Competition Design Brief? Do I know the names of different mushrooms, and where they come from? Do I understand mushrooms are a nutritious ingredient? Did I learn new vocabulary to use when taste testing new foods?

14 Homework Mush-Up Challenge Look for recipes of everyday meals which you could Mush-Up to create an extra ordinary meal For inspiration go to: 14


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