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Mushrooms
Brown Mushroom
A Brown Mushroom
Hunger Replenished None (Requires crafting into Mushroom Stew)
Obtained by Killing Witches, Harvesting Huge Mushrooms
Cookable
No
Stackable
Yes
64
Renewable
Yes
Data Values Hex: 27
Dec:
39


Mushrooms
Red Mushroom
A Red Mushroom
Hunger Replenished None (Requires crafting into Mushroom Stew)
Obtained by Killing Witches, Harvesting Huge Mushrooms
Cookable
No
Stackable Yes 64
Renewable
Yes
Data Values Hex: 28
Dec:
40


Mushrooms are a fungi Plant-item that currently function as an ingredient in crafting Mushroom Stew. As of Beta 1.6, mushrooms will spread to adjacent squares if it is dark enough, and they can be farmed this way. If clicked by the player with Bonemeal, it will create Huge Mushrooms.

History

In Creative Mode, mushrooms were a decorative item having no crafting use and remaining in the ground when planted. In Classic, mushrooms could be placed on any block except another mushroom and would remain planted even when the block below them was removed. During Indev, mushrooms were generated in rare instances under trees or in the shadows of other floating continents in the "Floating" map type.

Crafting

ItemCSS
Mushroom Stew
ItemCSS
Rabbit Stew
BlockCSS
Red Mushroom
None None
ItemCSS
Cooked Rabbit
None
None
BlockCSS
Brown Mushroom
None
ItemCSS
Carrot
ItemCSS
Baked Potato
Any Mushroom
None
ItemCSS
Bowl
None None
ItemCSS
Bowl
None
ItemCSS
Fermented Spider Eye
ItemCSS
Sugar
None
None
BlockCSS
Brown Mushroom
None
None
ItemCSS
Spider Eye
None


Trivia

  • In the Beta 1.9 pre-release, if a mushroom was placed next to another mushroom, then both mushrooms would drop and cause a duplication bug.
  • Strangely, mushrooms can grow on trees.
  • Brown Mushrooms produce some light (level 1), while red ones don't (possibly not a bug).
  • In Minecraft Classic, when Mushrooms are placed on other objects other than dirt, they will disappear. Similarly, this happens to Flowers as well.
  • As of 1.2.5, mushrooms cannot be placed on grass blocks anymore.
  • If two mushrooms are diagonal from each other by 1 block-length, when one of them is destroyed it will make the other one drop as well.
  • Mushrooms can sometimes spawn in the Nether.
  • There is always a potted mushroom on the windowsill in Witch Huts, and, on rare occasions, mushrooms will spread onto the floor of the hut and on top of the crafting table.
  • Mushrooms can grow on the top bedrock layer of the Nether.

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