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How to Freeze Mushrooms?
Mushrooms are fungi that grow on soil and have dirt whether or not you had harvested them yourself. Hence, it is important to clean them first to remove the dirt. It’s also best to pick fresh mushrooms with an oaky smell, and with a firm texture.
How Long Can You Freeze Fresh Mushrooms in the Freezer?
Of course, we’re not going to store them in the freezer forever. We want to put them to delicious use, too. So, it’s also important to take note of how long they can be stored, and when’s the best time to consume them.
How to Thaw Frozen Mushrooms?
We don’t need to thaw mushrooms like we do for frozen meat as mushrooms naturally release water during the cooking process and be cooked thoroughly. Unless, you need your mushrooms to be mixed into a dish like this farfel recipe, where it is necessary for them to be soft enough for chopping.
More Ways to Store Mushrooms
Aside from freezing your mushrooms, there are other ways to keep them fresh for longer in storage. Freezing, drying, or pickling them would vary in taste, texture, and shelf life. Try these other ways to preserve your favorite muncher.