LARCHMONT, N.Y. -- D'Agostino Supermarkets here is making an effort to educate consumers about the different types of mushrooms the chain carries. age was used to describe the differences between shitake, oyster, enoki, crimini and portabello mushrooms. Those varieties, as well as the more mundane large, white mushrooms, were advertised at these special prices per pound: large white, $1.99; crimini, $2.99; large portabello, $3.99; oyster, $5.99; shitake, $7.99. A two-ounce package of enoki ...

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