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Old 02-14-2006, 05:06 PM   #11
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water and mushrooms...if you are doing a general saute or adding to a soup or stew or even a dressed salad, a quick rinse probably won't be noticed. But if doing a real saute, (high heat, oil and butter) you want them real dry, so I'd be against rinsing those. As for the worms...oyster and morel especially...shake, brush yell whatever to get em to show themselves. the taste is worth the extra time it takes to clean them well.

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