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    Dried Mushrooms as Noodles

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    I bought a big ol' jug of dried mushrooms from Costo and once they've soaked up some juice, they have the consistency of noodles. They don't have a lot of mushroom flavor either. If you have a dehydrator, you might want to start slicing and drying and making some interesting meals. I've got a mushroom lasagna planned.

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    could be interesting to try to slice large portobello mushroom caps sideways into slices

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    Enokitake mushrooms are pretty noodle-like. They're long and thing and come in a bunch. The base pulls apart kind of like string cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlh View Post
    could be interesting to try to slice large portobello mushroom caps sideways into slices
    I do this often for when I make chicken carbonara. I slice the portobellos, give them a quick toss in the frying pan with butter and minced garlic, plate them and serve with lovely sauce-y goodness. Mmmmm! So much yummier than pasta. I always that pasta was just a bland sauce delivery device anyways. lol
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