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Discussion in 'Minnesota' started by tommyjosh, Oct 30, 2018.
Hey br5 i have an awesome place just south on indianapolis for chanterelles if you are interested.
Lol! Oh boy... You guys are too funny!
Been super busy this week gettin worked like a horse, just had a big backyard party yesterday/night as well, so I’ve been distracted.
I was just comin on here to start a summer page, but jg beat me to it!
Pretty excited to get the summer rolling!
Sauteed up the last of my morels and cooked the eggs in the butter. Dang they were good!
I dried some morels yesterday and put them in a mason jar for later. Should they be put in the refrigerator? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
They'll keep at room temp for about 6 months in a jar. For longer storage you can put the jar in the freezer.
dried mushrooms will keep for years
Yep! I have morels from 2 years ago that I dehydrated. I keep them in the small, paper lunch bags at room temp and they are perfectly fine!
That's awesome Wendelina, Congrats! I found my 1st morel last year and only found 4 of them in total the whole season. Enough to get me hooked...I did better this season, found a mess of them couple weeks ago hunting with my nephew. I found a few this evening in the woods in Little Canada MN. but unfortunately they were mostly toast. Kept two big ones that were salvageable. Might have to try the egg and morel scramble, looked good. Thanks to everyone on this forum for sharing their information and knowledge! It has been most helpful to this shrookie. Can't wait to try to find some chantrelles!
I found the remnants of two morels yesterday. They would have been monsters. Too bad. Anyways, what is the link for the summer shrooms forum? A new crop of oysters are out, and I found the first chicken of the season!!
found 4 morels today all were past prime
Those look perfect for drying though!! They're already half way there! Just had one of my biggest last night. It was in that condition. I just got it wet to let it rehydrate for a few minutes before cooking.
looks like you need a bigger pan just about. Lol
I just crumbled up the one and spread it around by some of the trees around there hopefully there will be more in there next year