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How to freeze mushrooms

If you have more mushrooms than you can use, you know they tend to dry out quickly. But you can freeze mushrooms to use at a later date.

You want to use fresh mushrooms, this works best on mushrooms that haven't started to dry out. Wipe any dirt of the mushrooms first. Place mushrooms on a cookie sheet and flash freeze. Once frozen, place into a ziploc and seal, or in a freezer container. Mushrooms will keep frozen for three months. Perfect for adding to soups, pasta sauces, etc.

You can also chop mushrooms into quarters before freezing, if you prefer, and is recommended for large mushrooms.

Mushrooms take about an hour to thaw at room temperature, but you can add them to recipes frozen.

 



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