Which Way Is Best?
Clean Your Mushrooms Fast And Easy
How do we solve the conundrum revolving around these little fungi. Clean Your Mushrooms Fast And Easy
What is the best way to prep them before cooking if you intend to cook them at all. Clean Your Mushrooms Fast And Easy
Some say dunk them, some say shower them . And then others say brush them while another says peel them.
But how we treat them before tossing them into the pan may all depend on the type of mushrooms we are using.
Who'd have thought that these versatile little things that are able to compliment so many dishes could cause such a to do.
To Submerge, To Wipe Or To Brush With A Mushroom Brush?
With so many different kinds of mushrooms to choose from in the grocery store it is hard to imagine that not too long ago the only choice we had was the button mushroom.
Today with so many choices we fret over the best way to clean them. And how we clean these little fungi depends on the type of mushroom you are using. Clean Your Mushrooms Fast And Easy
Most wild mushrooms, (Morels and Chanterelles) should be immersed in cold water, reason being because they are grown in the woods they typically gather more dirt. Clean Your Mushrooms Fast And Easy
Whereas mushrooms that are farm-raised (the Button, Cremini, Portobellos, Baby Bellas, and Shiitake), can either be wiped off with a damp paper towel or, brushed off individually with a small mushroom brush to brush away any dirt or debris found clinging to the caps. Or they can be simply and quickly submerged in water. Clean Your Mushrooms Fast And Easy
The choice is yours as the debate rages on.