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Old August 14, 2017   #166
Randall
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Thanks!

MdTNGrdner I sell a lot of them and keep a bag or two for myself here and there. I like to store them by sauteing in olive oil and freezing. They come out of the freezer tasting just as good as when they went in.

imp, they have a delicate, mild flavor - yet still taste like a mushroom. They retain a meaty texture when cooked. The smell of fresh Oyster Mushrooms before cooking is a sweet, mushroomy anise-like smell. I love how they smell. They're excellent in any dish or just great as a side when sauteed in butter and garlic or your favorite seasoning,

Here are a couple of other shots of Oysters. They've really been on a kick the last couple of days.
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