Do Mushrooms Go Bad?


Yes, like most foods, mushrooms do go bad. Check the mushrooms and if they have started to turn a darker color and they feel sort of slimy and sticky, this means they're bad or quickly going bad. If you check them and they're mush and slimy, throw them away because they are definitely bad and could be developing mold. You can extend the life of fresh mushrooms by cooking them and then freezing them in freezer storage containers. They will last in the freezer for six to eight months.
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