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Invisiblebivalve
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Re: A request for recipes
    #261218 - 07/02/00 03:26 PM (23 years, 11 months ago)

Story: Yesterday I tried grilling mushrooms on top of my stove. I just chopped them up and threw them on the burner. It smelled terrible. I tried getting them off with a fork but only succeeded in pushing them under the burner. I turned it off and got a big plate to try and fan away the thick smelly smoke that was filling the kitchen. The smoke detector started ringing and I ran to go turn it off while the mushrooms were being reduced to ash.
Was that a recipe?
No.

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Re: A request for recipes [Re: bivalve]
    #261220 - 07/03/00 12:35 PM (23 years, 11 months ago)

I don't think you're supposed to put anything directly on your stove's burner :smile:

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Re: A request for recipes [Re: bivalve]
    #261221 - 07/03/00 06:38 PM (23 years, 11 months ago)

Try this link Captain....Im sure your familiar with Stamet's Page, but there is some good recipies in here.....Its down a couple lines on the page... :smile:


http://fungi.com/info.html


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Re: A request for recipes [Re: bivalve]
    #261222 - 07/03/00 11:21 PM (23 years, 11 months ago)

I figured they'd cook faster on the burner.

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Re: A request for recipes [Re: bivalve]
    #261223 - 07/05/00 08:08 PM (23 years, 11 months ago)

I don't think anyone even looks in here anymore.

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Re: A request for recipes [Re: bivalve]
    #261224 - 07/31/00 11:09 AM (23 years, 10 months ago)

i look in here only when im hungry........

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Re: A request for recipes [Re: bivalve]
    #261225 - 08/01/00 11:25 PM (23 years, 10 months ago)

hey need an easy recipe

just put the mushs.. in a pan with butter and sort of saute them ocassionally add some waterr and put a lid on the pan to steam them a bit. it will take 7-10 min until they turn slightly brown and then just put them on anything. hotdogs, pizza anything
they taste great



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Re: A request for recipes [Re: bivalve]
    #261226 - 08/02/00 09:03 AM (23 years, 10 months ago)

Hairy Tek pizza:
I saute a bunch of regular mushrooms with a few shitakes and/or portobellos in butter and/or olive oil with a lot of garlic. When cooked, stir in some soy sauce.
- Chop, steam and drain a bunch of fresh washed spinach.
- Make a pizza dough from 2 cups flour, 7/8 cup water, 1 tsp salt, 1 pkg fast rising yeast, and 1/4 cup olive oil. I put oregano in the dough too. Knead and let rise 1 hour or more.
- Spread the drained spinach first, then the sauteed mushrooms, then cover with Classico sun-dried tomato spagetti sauce, then finish with whatever pizza cheeze.
- Let rise 30 minutes after adding the toppings before baking at 450 for 19 minutes.
- Let it chill 5 minutes, so you don't burn the roof of your mouth.

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