There are different versions of what Eve ate in the garden of Eden, but the most curious variant is depicted on a wall of Plaincourault Chapel of the Knights Hospitaller in Mérigny, Indre, France, approximately 160 km from La Rochelle and, correspondingly, from the Atlantic coast.
On the 700-year-old fresco, between Adam and Eve, a fly agaric is depicted. The ancient Knights Hospitaller obviously dig up something uniquely interesting during their crusades to the Holy Land.
Anyway, we do not recommend to repeat that experience at home.
P.S. As for the Knights Hospitaller, we have a cup and a wastepaper bin from them in our office.