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04-21-2003, 10:26 AM #1gisamiGuest
than I can ever use since it is just myself and my 15 years old
daughter. I am wondering if any of you have an easy way to freeze or
dry(?) them so they dont go to waste?
You all have some of the best ideas. I want to let you know how
great you all are. I am so glad to have found this group.
DeWanna (Portland OR)
04-21-2003, 05:10 PM #2gisamiGuest
Thanks for the info I think I will try it both ways. See which ne I
like the best. :0)
04-22-2003, 02:42 AM #3Susan KunzGuest
First I would like to say sorry to the moderators for the two blanks that
came from me, my mail program was acting up and sent them before I could do
Now what I did when I got some mushrooms is I just washed and cut them.
After they were cut I spread them on a cookie sheet and placed it in the
freezer until they were frozen and than placed them in a jar in the freezer.
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06-13-2003, 08:52 AM #4pat jankowiakGuest
I have learned so many things on this site that are reslly cheap and
easy ways to do thing instead of spending a fortune on products that
usually don't work as well I really want to start with a big THANK
We have a problem with mushrooms growing in our yard. Someone told us
to pick them and they would go away. We have been picking for 2 yrs
now and this year there are just to many! Does anyone know of a way
to get rid of them?
06-15-2003, 01:22 PM #5pat jankowiakGuest
I don't remember who it was that suggested the baking soda to get rid
of the mushrooms in my yard but I want to say a big THANK YOU! It
worked beautifully and the grass around that area is even greener
than it was before!
03-12-2006, 07:38 PM #6
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Originally posted by Katlee on April 21, 2003
Wash them, slice them up, fill up a good sized pan with about one cup of water and cook them down, Then you can put them in freezer bags for soups, roasts, gravies. make the slices quite think 1/4"- 1/2" as they cook down lots!
ModSquad note: this was the recommendation after a member posted that she was given several bags of mushrooms. so if they are on sale, on the 'reduced' produce shelf, take advantage and do the above.mos