Food from fungi

@article{Gilbert2008FoodFF,
  title={Food from fungi},
  author={Frank A. Gilbert and Radcliffe F. Robinson},
  journal={Economic Botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={11},
  pages={126-145}
}
If and when economic conditions and technological advances become favorable, fungi may some day be significant in furnishing human food through their protein-synthesizing capacity. The yeast, Torulopsis, has already been utilized on a commercial scale in this direction in Germany, Jamaica, South Africa, India, California and Wisconsin. 

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