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Old 01-20-2013, 12:37 AM   #91
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Sorry, I miissed this. If the Morels are dehydrated, you need to rehydrate them in warm water for about 30 minutes (save the liquid to add to stocks, gravys, etc.) I have only panfried fresh ones, never tried it with the dehydrated-reconstituted ones.

Morels should NEVER be eaten raw nor should you eat dehydrated ones without cooking them. If I don't soak them, I toss dried ones into turkey soup, beef stock, spaghetti sauce, and the water when I am cooking wild rice. I only get Morels when I go raid my dad's pantry in MN, so I am somewhat stingy about how I dole them out. And, if the Morel season wasn't a good year, I'm even more stingy.
I'm thinking about doing some morel hunting this year if I can make time. Any tips?? I wish I knew someone in the area to get together and hunt with...
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I'm thinking about doing some morel hunting this year if I can make time. Any tips?? I wish I knew someone in the area to get together and hunt with...
I thought I remembered this, so I Googled. Look for morels near elm trees that have Dutch elm disease: Elm Trees for Giant Morels (MushroomExpert.Com)
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:44 AM   #93
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Alright I got a 1.5oz package of dried porcini, oyster, and shitake mushrooms. Someone needs to give me a soup recipe.
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Alright I got a 1.5oz package of dried porcini, oyster, and shitake mushrooms. Someone needs to give me a soup recipe.
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