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Old 07-06-2011, 04:26 PM   #11
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Mushrooms are one of my favorite foods. They were on my list of foods that I can't live without. I loved stuffed mushrooms, what they are stuffecd with doesn't matter. Also, sauteed with garlic and olive oil. One of hte best things DH and I have cooked over a campfire was sauteed mushrooms.
oh yesss! stuff 'em w/something, shish kabob 'em on the grill, saute 'em all day long, cooking mushrooms over a campfire--pure perfection....
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:32 PM   #12
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Once again stuffed Mushrooms TNT
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:49 PM   #13
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One More Time Mushrooms TNT
This might make you smile This too
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Mushroom Yummies TNT

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Old 07-06-2011, 06:00 PM   #14
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Old 07-06-2011, 06:23 PM   #15
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Some wild mushrooms should be eaten raw with caution, but most of the mushrooms we buy are totally fine.

I have made it no secret that mushrooms are my favourite food group! I have posted a few recipes in the vegetables forum and may add a few more.

the warning prohibiting all raw mushroom consumption came most recently from dr. andrew weil, who imo can be rather intense at times, and so perhaps overly strict in some of his assessments. my plan is to indulge in this not-so-healthy practice (eating raw mushrooms) in moderation until further notice....
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Old 07-06-2011, 06:29 PM   #16
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Oh, dear, I guess I'm dead. I've been eating raw mushrooms for years. Now, I will say I'm extremely cautious about wild mushrooms. As a friend who is a forager said to me, there are old mushroomers, there are bold mushroomers, but there are no old, bold mushroomers. As a general rule, I get my mushrooms from the grocery store and eat them raw/marinaded and/or cooked. When I can, I get morels. And, yes, I've been foraging many times in my life, but only with a very trusted guide.
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Oh, dear, I guess I'm dead. I've been eating raw mushrooms for years. Now, I will say I'm extremely cautious about wild mushrooms. As a friend who is a forager said to me, there are old mushroomers, there are bold mushroomers, but there are no old, bold mushroomers. As a general rule, I get my mushrooms from the grocery store and eat them raw/marinaded and/or cooked. When I can, I get morels. And, yes, I've been foraging many times in my life, but only with a very trusted guide.
Claire, I don't think you have anything to worry about. I did an assignment on mushrooms for school and if you are cautious about the wild ones (I always cook them) you are totally fine eating the store boughts.
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Old 07-06-2011, 06:47 PM   #18
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Oh, dear, I guess I'm dead. I've been eating raw mushrooms for years. Now, I will say I'm extremely cautious about wild mushrooms. As a friend who is a forager said to me, there are old mushroomers, there are bold mushroomers, but there are no old, bold mushroomers. As a general rule, I get my mushrooms from the grocery store and eat them raw/marinaded and/or cooked. When I can, I get morels. And, yes, I've been foraging many times in my life, but only with a very trusted guide.
just once in my life i would like to experience mushroom foraging, maybe even truffle hunting - under carefully controlled conditions. mushroom gathering yes, skydiving no....
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When I was young, my father would take us foraging. We collected puffballs, sulphur shelves, and, my favorite, morels. We would collect other mushrooms and do the spore test...I can't remember everything now, but I'm confident I would recognize a morel if I were to see one <g>. I read that morels, oyster mushrooms, and shitakes shouldn't be eaten raw. What's the issue with raw mushrooms? I've eaten raw mushrooms on salads for years, off of veggie trays, etc.
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Suatéed in butter with just a touch of soy sauce... magical indeed
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