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[#] Wed Dec 12 2007 15:39:36 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Mushrooms are wonderful when sauteed.

Eating them raw... your mileage may vary. Some of them are unsafe to consume raw (well, most varieties are unsafe that way).

(I used to hunt for wild mushrooms in the dark and dangerous parts of the North Carolina mountains)

[#] Wed Dec 12 2007 15:41:38 EST from Monochrome @ Uncensored

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There are parts of the NC moutains that aren't dark and dangerous? :)

[#] Wed Dec 12 2007 15:49:18 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I was referring to run-of-the-mill button mushrooms. They're safe enough raw.

[#] Wed Dec 12 2007 16:15:05 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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*considers if there are areas of the mountains of North Carolina that are not dark and dangerous*

...

(I used to hunt for wild mushrooms in the NC mountains)

[#] Wed Dec 12 2007 16:51:21 EST from Peter Pulse @ Uncensored

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He was looking for the "special" mushrooms ;)

[#] Wed Dec 12 2007 17:47:01 EST from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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fleeb the truffle pig?

[#] Wed Dec 12 2007 17:52:12 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Heh...

I had a friend with an interest in mycology, and it kind caught my attention.

I have tried some boletes (these are really slimy when you prepare them... not my favorite edible wild mushroom), sulfur shelf (also known as 'chicken') mushrooms (these are really tasty), wild field mushrooms (they taste like the button mushrooms, but concentrated), and I think some other kind that I can't recall.

I had a chance to try a certain kind of horn mushroom, but I didn't recognize it, so I played it conservative... you simply don't eat a mushroom if you can't identify it.

[#] Thu Dec 13 2007 00:32:32 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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Yes, wild mushrooms can kill you if you eat the wrong ones. Buying at a regular supermarket vastly reduces such risks.

[#] Thu Dec 13 2007 03:57:50 EST from tomwhite @ Uncensored

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I found some great ideas for camping meals and a lot of useful tips at www.cewarner.com

[#] Thu Dec 13 2007 08:57:46 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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It does, but you miss out on some interesting flavors.

Sulfur shelf mushrooms do not sell in stores, but taste quite nice when sauteed in some butter.

[#] Thu Dec 13 2007 09:49:41 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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Many things taste quite nice when sauteed in some butter.

[#] Thu Dec 13 2007 11:09:33 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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This is true.

Have you tried sauteeing dog snot in butter? I'm told it makes all the difference.

[#] Thu Dec 13 2007 13:02:05 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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There are places where that is considered a delicacy.

[#] Thu Dec 13 2007 13:06:49 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I'll have to try that...

note - I said MANY things.

eg, most veggies (cucumbers and lettuce excepted), bread, pasta, potatoes,

eggs (of course), grilled cheese sandwiches,  

I've been told some meats are good sauted in butter.

basically, almost any savory food  and many sweet foods can be improved by a saute'ing in butter 

if it ain't food, don't waste buttery love on it.

 



[#] Thu Dec 13 2007 22:27:28 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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I've been thinking about all this talk about butter. It's been going on for days and I started to wonder if I have any butter in the house. I checked the fridge and I do. But it's exceedingly old. Then it occured to me that this was something I might have taken notice of earlier if I ever cooked my own food.

I'm 3 decades old now. Maybe it's time I learn to cook..

 

Side question. I'm sitting here eating a lemon. And it tastes sweet. Can lemons turn sweet if they sit around too long?  



[#] Fri Dec 14 2007 04:09:03 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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doubtful, but they do have some natural fruit sugar in them.

[#] Fri Dec 14 2007 11:16:03 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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It's not entirely true I don't cook. I cook my own breakfast occasionally. Oatmeal. Doesn't need butter in it.
Now butter is actually just fat. While fat tastes good, what is with all the love? Well? A lot of things taste good. Lemons, for example.

[#] Fri Dec 14 2007 11:18:47 EST from truffle @ Uncensored

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The large lemons are kinda sweet. Not as sweet as an orange, though my grandmother used to eat them like oranges.

[#] Fri Dec 14 2007 11:29:20 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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(NOTE: I'm actually quoting someone who used to frequent this board a lot... the quote 'butter is love' is not necessarily my own, but provides an inside joke for folks who know what I'm talking about).

[#] Fri Dec 14 2007 17:19:41 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Fat is flavor. Butter is love.

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