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Hi All,

Got two pounds of fresh organic white mushrooms from Raley's.
I remember somewhere someone saying they had a quick meal
with mushrooms and something else, but I can't remember.

Anyone remember?

Many thanks,
-T

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On 01/29/2013 09:54 PM, Todd wrote:
Hi All,

Got two pounds of fresh organic white mushrooms from Raley's.
I remember somewhere someone saying they had a quick meal
with mushrooms and something else, but I can't remember.

Anyone remember?

Many thanks,
-T



What do you guys think of making mushroom soup?

Found this recipe:
http://www.food.com/recipe/low-carb-...oom-soup-86146

Would drop the soy sauce. And use my own chick broth
(I make my own. Have pressure cooker, will overcook!).
Probably drop the Dill to. Wife hates dill. May add
parsley directly instead of as a garnish.

-T
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On 02/02/2013 11:01 AM, W. Baker wrote:
Or just suate onions and mushrooms in that saute pan of yours and put them
on top of just avout anything, seteak, hamburgers, chicken, those
cauliflower fautatoes , whatever.


great idea. Since I bought twice as many mushrooms as I need for
the salad, I will saute them with onions as you suggested then
use half for soup and half as a topper. Thank you!

As for soupy cauliflower in the pressure cooker. Tey cooking it for less
time so it doean' get so gloppy.


I am going to move from six minutes to four and see what
happens. Thank you!

-T



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