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Hedgehogs!

Discussion in 'New York' started by joebagodonuts, Aug 12, 2014.

  1. joebagodonuts

    joebagodonuts Morel Enthusiast

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    I believe I have found the tooth mushroom sweet spot. What to do with them!? Any suggestions?

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/o0eg8i750v3razv/2014-08-12%2017.51.25.jpg

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/sp65g4083r8txi4/2014-08-12%2017.51.51.jpg
     
  2. jack

    jack Administrator Staff Member

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    One thing for sure, scrape the teeth off. They make whatever you cook, taste like it has sawdust in it. Anyone have any recipes for them. I don't bother picking them cause I can't find a recipe that doesn't make them taste like chalk. Everything I've made them in, the come out really dry and chalky tasting.
     

  3. joebagodonuts

    joebagodonuts Morel Enthusiast

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    Jack!!! After I detoothed with an edge of a butter knife or my fingernail, I sautéed them in two tablespoons of butter. Once all the water was sautéed off, that's when they are done! (That sauté process is good with any mushroom) Then I just bagged them and saved them till later! This AM I made an omlette with them and it was very good!!! They are a very firm mushroom. Great for texture!
     
  4. jcumo saratoga

    jcumo saratoga Morel Connoisseur

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    If you saute them and they are fresh there is no need to scrape the teeth.
     
  5. lynkage

    lynkage Morel Connoisseur

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    I agree with Jcumo.But do find they get odd with age.