12.09.2013

making wild mushroom salt

making wild mushroom salt by lefiligree
making wild mushroom salt, a photo by lefiligree on Flickr.

7 kinds of wild mushrooms:
counterclockwise from top left
armillaria mellea
agaricus silvicola
cantharellus tubeaformis
russula cyanoxantha
clitocybe odora
boletus edulis & b. mirabilis
1 1/2c kosher salt

powder enough dehydrated mushrooms to make 1 1/2c powder. hand mix with kosher salt. add to soups, stews, spaghetti sauce and anything that needs extra umami flavor. a few people in my family dont "like" mushrooms, so this is how we eat them. no slimy/chewy texture but all the woodsy flavor.

making wild mushroom salt

4 comments:

  1. you are the most resourceful and imaginative alaskan woman i know….

    ….and i'm STILL jonesing for a lefiligree scarf for my cold neck….

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    1. goodness! the most exciting thing are the dyes I've been developing from AK berries! Crowberry purple is almost identical to the logwood scarf you liked from years ago. I hope to get going on some scarves with some crowberries i picked and froze.

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    1. it might be the best way to utilize mushrooms for a family that thinks they hate mushrooms ;-)

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