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The Best Ways To Cook With Mushrooms | Biobritte mushrooms

Some people love them, and some people hate them, but there's no denying the fact that mushrooms are an incredibly versatile ingredient. 

They can hold their own as the main event of a meal or take a backseat while still bringing earthy nuances and rich meaty flavor to a dish. 

The health benefits of mushrooms alone make them ingredients worth including on your weekly shopping list, and that's if you don't factor in the delicious taste. 

They're fat-free, gluten-free, and rich in vitamin D and potassium. All this means that even if you think you don't like mushrooms, you may just have never had them cooked correctly before. 

Trust us, the right method makes all the difference with this finicky fungus. 

How to use raw mushrooms

Sometimes not cooking a mushroom is the best thing you can do for a dish. Certain varieties like mild and crunchy little enoki mushrooms are delicious when sauteed, roasted, or simmered in a soup, but they're just as special served raw in a simple salad with green onions. 

  • Braising mushrooms
  • Broiling mushrooms
  • Mushroom powder
  • Roasting mushrooms    
  • Sauteeing mushrooms
  • Grilling mushrooms
  • Using mushroom as a filler or stuffing
  • Using dried mushrooms

Dried mushrooms plump up pretty nicely after they've soaked, but one important thing to remember is that the grit from the mushrooms must be strained out. Do so by straining the broth through a strainer or pour the soaking liquid through a coffee filter. For notoriously sandy mushrooms like morels, rinse them first before soaking to wash away as much grit as possible.

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