Can You Freeze Fresh Mushrooms?

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Freezing fresh mushrooms is actually a great storage technique. Since mushrooms can last for up to a week only in the refrigerator, freezing allows you to save them for an extended period of time. Edible mushrooms must be cooked prior to being frozen or they will become soft when reheated.
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1. Wash the mushrooms so all residual dirt is removed. Slice the mushrooms into thin pieces. 2. Fill the bowl with cold water with ice cubes and set it aside. Place the pot on the
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Too much info to answer. Hit the library for 2 books. One for freezing, and one for canning.
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Definitely Catalina Offshore Products. Fishermen selling morning haul. Can't get fresher than that!
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outside in the woods.
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