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Do you wash your mush?

>> No.17067350
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You have to wash it off so it's not dirty and poopy.

>> No.17067360
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You have to wash it off so
it doesn't have forest leaves and needles on it

>> No.17067364

No desu.

>> No.17067374

Nooooooooo, you can't just wash your mushrooms, they soak up all the waters and get mushy

>> No.17067438

Man I think I made the most delicious mushies I've ever made last night. Too bad I cannot find some good shrooms here, it's really just baby Bella, portobello, and white buttons. I wanna expand my mushtiary

>> No.17067441

Did you wash them before cooking? I hope you didn't just cook the dirty mushrooms like a savage

>> No.17067458

Especially crucial before you dump them into more water to make mushroom sauce or mushroom soup.

>> No.17067460

I wiped em off man, ill let the 10 pounds of butter I melted first wash em off for me

>> No.17067462

Let's end this debate by washing the shrooms in vegetable stock.

>> No.17067472

>flavoring your food with mushroom dirt
Yuck. YUCK.

>> No.17067609
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no no no

you take off the stem and peel the top skin off from the bottom edge of the bell
poop gone. mush dry. smart. feed poop stem/skins to chickens and poor. improve social. better country.

>> No.17067632

no no no

take off stem, then put in bag in freezer with chicken bone, onion skin, carrot and pepper end, until bag is full. then boil in pot with water, stock making. stock full collagen, vitamins, savor-flavor, deep brown good for soul.

>> No.17067671
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>eating mushrooms that were grown in literal shit
ngmi, grow your own from WOOD and GRAIN like mother earth intended

>> No.17067825

Same for me. Sometimes there's shiitake but it's always pre-sliced and at least double the price

>> No.17067877

grow em yourself dood its cheap and easy

>> No.17068376

the jew fears the indoor mushroom farmer

>> No.17068517

But i was told psilocybin only grows in cow poop

>> No.17068692

I don't eat mushrooms

>> No.17068752

Retards say this. Mushrooms are already full of water. Washing them does nothing to the flavor or texture. It will maybe take a few extra seconds to cook.

>> No.17068756

>Do you wash your mush?
Penis pot pie

>> No.17068885
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Why is he so beaten down looking? Those hipster guys all have trust funds, they fuck the most beautiful women ever and they still look like they're on the verge of death? How?

>> No.17069068

they are water

>> No.17069104

I quickly rinse them in my hand while wiping away the dirt n shit yea. The worst part about them getting too wet is that they get slick when you're cutting them, honestly.

>> No.17069163

Why would you not wash something that thrives on humidity?

>> No.17069167

The worst part about them getting too wet is that you can't bake them properly anymore.

>> No.17069232

I trim, peel, trim again and wash button-like mushrooms, in that order.
Oysters, king oysters, enoki, jelly fungus and other centrally connected mushrooms with no or not much of a cap, I trim and wash.

>> No.17069414

uh they are cultivated in a pasteurized substrate. not poop.
water makes them slimy and soggy, you just need to brush off the 'dirt'

>> No.17069444

I've been doing the wipe-down-with-a-damp-paper-towel method, but it's kind of a pain compared to just rinsing them all at once for a few seconds.

Even more annoying is that pre-sliced button mushrooms are usually unwashed, so now you've got a hundred tiny pieces that you need to clean instead of a few big pieces, ruining the point of pre-slicing

>> No.17069459

how do you tell when a mushroom is cooked bros? ive just been winging it

>> No.17069486

if they're too dirty, peel them, don't wash them

>> No.17069495

Internal temp of 165

>> No.17069506

Checked. Those presliced ones have woody stems. I prefer to pop the stems, rinse and put on paper towels to dry, then slice

>> No.17069544

when they stop giving up water usually

>> No.17069598

No, I don't generally wash my produce.

>> No.17069724

I give 'em a quick rinse. I don't care what anyone says about absorbing water bullshit.

>> No.17069903

hell no, just brush them like a normal person

>> No.17069908

I hate mushrooms.

>> No.17069911

>baby Bella, portobello, and white buttons.
literallly all the same species of shroom

>> No.17069954

Do you check each shroom or just like the fattest one?

>> No.17070043

wash each mushroom then just crush it in my hand instead of chopping

>> No.17070217

No, the heat kills the bacteria.

>> No.17071333


>> No.17071720

What about the heat-resistant bacterial end-products?

>> No.17073312

stop eating toilet mushrooms, anon

>> No.17073333

just wipe with a damp towel
why are you scared of dirt? dont you have a working immune system?

>> No.17073337

please leave my board immediately you sick fuck

>> No.17073343

coconut husks also work well

>> No.17074147

If they're noticeably dirty I'll give them a very light rinse before cooking but otherwise no I just cook them.

>> No.17074510

No, I peel my mushrooms like a smart person. Removes the dirty layer without ruining the mushroom.

>> No.17074571

This, but I just cut the lower part of the stems and wash them. Too poor to waste so much mush.

>> No.17074576

I rinse them and then scrub them with a paper towel.
Kind of feel bad throwing away a bunch of paper towels whenever I eat mushrooms, but-

>> No.17074588

at most I'll submerge them in water and stir them a bit and drain them just to get off any excess dirt
don't even bother doing that most of the time 2bh

>> No.17074877

A steady diet of cocaine, beer, and greasy bodega food.

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>not liking stinky and poopie

>> No.17075378

>liking rapie
I'm calling the cops, you creep.

>> No.17075477

honestly, you might as well wash them
if you don't wash them or at least start cooking them in water, mushrooms will just soak up whatever oil you cook them in

>> No.17075651

>not using your mushroom brush

>> No.17076915

You're water

>> No.17076951

ah shit, wouldn't want them to absorb any flavors. damned good tip.

>> No.17077519

no, I use a pastry brush

>> No.17077534 [DELETED] 

Not as often as I was my vagina.

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