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Old 12-19-2012, 04:32 PM   #11
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i like to keep packages of the dried wild mushroom blend on hand so that i'm never totally without mushrooms, ever. i don't actually cook with my dried mushrooms, very often, however-- not sure why that is. but, i always look forward to the delicious mushroom broth they provide. :)
How do you store them? I keep all dried ones in the freezer stops those pesky little critters from running throught the shrooms.
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How do you store them? I keep all dried ones in the freezer stops those pesky little critters from running throught the shrooms.
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from time to time, i read about problems of 'critters' in dried mushrooms in the dc threads. while i have had critters spoiling canisters of my flour in the past, i've yet to encounter this problem with dried mushrooms. i keep the packages of dried mushrooms, and dried mushroom soups, in my all-purpose cabinet, with no ill effects. i have never used the freezer to store my mushrooms, but upon my first sighting of a 'critter', i will change my tune in a flash....
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from time to time, i read about problems of 'critters' in dried mushrooms in the dc threads. while i have had critters spoiling canisters of my flour in the past, i've yet to encounter this problem with dried mushrooms. i keep the packages of dried mushrooms, and dried mushroom soups, in my all-purpose cabinet, with no ill effects. i have never used the freezer to store my mushrooms, but upon my first sighting of a 'critter', i will change my tune in a flash....
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