This mushroom had been always highly prized, from Roman’s period until today. Romans called it “Food of the Gods”, and they even took care of woods where it grew.
Caesar’s mushrooms are often eaten raw in salads, seasoned with extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, salt and slivers of “Grana” cheese. But they can also be cooked and used to prepare hors d'oeuvre, appetizers and garnishments.
1 kg of Caesar’s mushrooms