Unbelievable!

Discussion in 'Iowa' started by shroominandluvinit, May 17, 2013.

  1. shroominandluvinit

    shroominandluvinit Morel Enthusiast

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    Is it just me or is there more morels this year then in a lot of years past, wow! Not a believer in selling em, but what the heck to do with all of them.
     
  2. dogwood

    dogwood Young Morel

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  3. shroominandluvinit

    shroominandluvinit Morel Enthusiast

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    Sw iowa, it's crazy. Haven't seen it this good in along time!
     
  4. ksmorelhunter

    ksmorelhunter Morel Enthusiast

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    Shroomin, without giving exact location, are you hunting the hills or a river? I was in SW Iowa a couple days ago and it was very dry and the morels were burnt up. Thanks!
     
  5. shroominandluvinit

    shroominandluvinit Morel Enthusiast

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    Easy now lol. Both actually, and that was a couple days ago. It's amazing what a 3 inch rain will do for ya!
     
  6. shroominandluvinit

    shroominandluvinit Morel Enthusiast

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    Did you want GPS coordinates haha. Good luck with your shroomin, they're out there!
     
  7. oldlords

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    Hi, You might already know this method.I learned it from my aunt. First I cut them in half, soak them in tubs of plain water because they soak up water very fast and I find that they become to salty if you add the salt right away. Next I drain them of the water and soak them in salt water to kill bugs. Then I rinse them one last time and lay out tin foil in the freezer and lay them out flat then another layer of tin foil, fill it up and continue the same steps. After they have frozen, I fill one gallon zip-lock bags and keep them frozen.

    This way they never stick together in the bags because they have already froze and you just take handfuls out for what you want to cook. It works great and they taste perfect and last a very long time like this.