The best places to eat the most amazing mushrooms, including magic mushrooms, are all in the United States, according to a new report from the U.S. Geological Survey.
And while you can only eat mushrooms from the most extreme areas, the best places in the world to eat mushrooms are also within our borders.
Read moreThe report, which is based on an analysis of data from more than 1,200 countries, finds that about 40 percent of the world’s fungi are found in the Americas, with Mexico and Central America topping the list.
The United States is the world leader in the use of wild mushrooms and its mushroom industry is estimated to be worth about $30 billion a year.
It also tops the list of the top 10 places to get the most mushrooms in the U to go.
The report analyzed more than 30 million records on mushrooms in more than 70 countries.
It found that the mushrooms most likely to be eaten are those that have the highest concentrations of fungi in the soil, the water, air, and food supply, which are all essential for good health.
The fungi in these areas can help lower cholesterol and improve digestion, and the fungi in lakes and rivers can provide essential minerals and nutrients.
Here’s a list of some of the more common mushroom species found in different countries, according the report:There are more than 200 different species of mushrooms in North America.
But in addition to the mushrooms we know and love, there are also some other species that are not as widely distributed.
For example, mushrooms that are found only in Europe and Asia are known as bromeliads.
But some of these mushrooms are native to North America and have no connection to Europe at all.
For instance, the common bromelain (Bromeliaceae) is found in North and South America, and is considered a food that people eat for centuries.
Other common species include the common caper mushroom, which grows wild and is often eaten as a delicacy; and the green caper, which comes from the ground up and is commonly eaten as ground meat.
The mushroom, often known as a mushroom cap, can be eaten raw or cooked and is eaten by both humans and animals.