Mushroom

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Mushrooms are items used for food in Minecraft. Mushrooms are found growing randomly in the incredibly rare Mushroom Island, and grow in dark locations. Shearing a Mooshroom also provides 5 red mushrooms, but turns the Mooshroom into a regular cow. Mushrooms themselves are not used to eat, but you need a bowl and one red mushroom and one brown mushroom to make Mushroom Stew. Mushroom stew is obtained also by right-clicking a Mooshroom (found in mushroom biomes) with a bowl.

There are two forms of Mushrooms; one red coloured, and one brown.


Red Mushrooms:

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Red Mushrooms are mushrooms that are naturally spawned. They are naturally spawned on grass blocks and stone. They can, however, be transported to other types of blocks that they cannot naturally be spawned on. Mushrooms cannot be grown, but they can be reproduced naturally. The player cannot physically breed mushrooms, but they will on their own. To be bred, a red mushroom and a brown mushroom must be adjacently placed next to each other. Mushrooms can be cooked into mushroom stew. There are no mushrooms seeds. Mushrooms are highly common in mushroom island biomes.

Brown Mushrooms:

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Brown Mushrooms are mushrooms that are naturally spawned. They are naturally spawned on grass blocks and stone. They can, however, be transported to other types of blocks that they cannot naturally be spawned on. Mushrooms cannot be grown, but they can be reproduced naturally. The player cannot physically breed mushrooms, but they will on their own. To be bred, a red mushroom and a brown mushroom must be adjacently placed next to each other. Mushrooms can be cooked into mushroom stew. There are no mushrooms seeds. Mushrooms are highly common in mushroom island biomes.

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