The Biggest Mistakes Everyone Makes When Cooking Mushrooms

Mushrooms might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but mushroom lovers know that there are considerable culinary choices when mushrooms are all over in your kitchen. You can set them in soups, curries, stews, and even deep-fried or sauté dishes. Mushroom dishes like sheet pan garlic butter mushrooms, white mushroom pizza, garlic mushroom quinoa, and wild rice and mushroom soup are to die for.

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30 thoughts on “The Biggest Mistakes Everyone Makes When Cooking Mushrooms

  • at 3:05 pm
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    How do you usually eat mushrooms?

  • at 7:04 pm
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    The first one is a myth that few people are willing to let go of. Wash your mushrooms with water. They grow on poop.

  • at 10:23 pm
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    Have you seen where they come from before you buy them? I’m gonna wash them for sure. Grown In chicken manure mixed in the compost

  • at 11:08 am
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    But Paul Stamets said that the best way to cook some mushrooms is adding them to a hot pan with a little bit of water, then add oil when water evaporates.

  • at 7:31 pm
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    My First flush of oyster mushrooms is ready to be picked I wonder if I should dry them out or just fry them in butter after picking?

  • at 12:54 am
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    That would be cooking mushrooms!

  • at 2:02 am
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    What is a rise oto?

  • at 1:56 am
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    I love small white button mushrooms, breaded whole, deep fried, and served with Tabasco on the side. I also put sliced fresh white buttons or portabellas on homemade pizza (which I haven't made in far too long).

  • at 5:11 am
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    My Sister in Law would say the first mistake is planning to eat mushrooms.

  • at 7:34 pm
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    I disagree with the "too much water, and don't slow cook"
    I like to add big chunk of butter, a pinch of salt and pepper, and a quarter inch of water in the pan, then stew them with the lid on for 10 mins or so, then take the lid off, and turn the heat up for 5 mins, til they go caramelly

  • at 8:40 pm
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    no the biggest mistake is eating them never mind cooking them

  • at 1:10 am
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    Some people like raw mushrooms in a salad, Not me, though. Baking or frying is my preference but they also go well in a hot and sour soup just boiled.

  • at 12:28 pm
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    Sprinkle salt, pepper, microwave for 3 minutes. Done.

  • at 7:35 pm
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    I could only watch the first minute, it was so full of nonsense I couldn't take any more. Always wash your mushrooms but don't leave them to soak. Test it! Weigh a mushroom of reasonable size, it might be 20 to 25 grams, wash it under the tap shake off the water and re-weigh it, it will only be 1 gram heavier. Why wash them? Mushrooms are commercially grown on seeded straw bales that contain a mixture of compost. I was informed from two reliable sources that 15% of the compost is reclaimed sterile dried human excrement. It won't poison you or alter the taste, it just makes me feel better about it. But there is no logical reason not to was your mushrooms.

  • at 12:54 pm
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    As anyone with any experience with mushrooms knows, the only way to ruin a mushroom is to burn it to a crisp.

  • at 1:30 am
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    This video is actually on point…for the most part. Quit washing your mushrooms unless your soaking wild morels to rob them of critters

  • at 4:23 pm
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    I'm 61 yrs old I I'm wondering has anyone else noticed one am I the only one . That lately everything us older folk have done our whole lives is wrong . All of the sudden the precious little millennials know everything and us mature adults dont know how to do anything right. Well guess what Sweet Pea this old country boy doesn't need your WRONG advice I know how to cook and take care of myself . I left home at 19 yrs old didnt need mommy and daddy to take care of me . So keep your wrong advice to your precious little selves .

  • at 5:30 am
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    It's like saying This is the only true and right method to pray blah-blah true god.
    World is diverse and ways of cooking are diverse either mushrooms or gods.

  • at 2:53 pm
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    Well yes this is very true. One contradiction is that here in the UK some decades ago our famous TV Chef-esse and Authoress Delia Smith who has written superb books on cookery used the motto "A washed mushroom is a Happy Mushroom" but one has to add that she wrote one book aimed at some folks who didn't even know how to boil an egg! I find this method does work better than washing them as I've tried it 3 times and always it's clear that they taste better when fried in a little oil or ghee and waiting until they absorb all the fat – keep the heat high – stir them a bit and wait till the moisture starts to leech out of them and evaaporate the liquid off on a reasonably high heat – just what it says here in the video. Then I add it to any dishes in the last stage of cooking eg Spaghetti Bolognese Sauce; Beef Stroganoff, Chicken Chasseur, Mushroom Bhaji Curry. Result is first rate.

  • at 9:32 am
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    Useless advice

  • at 2:27 pm
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    I’ve tried to eat raw mushrooms and I can’t do it.. just can’t 🤢

  • at 1:38 pm
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    Lots of good info. Thanks

  • at 4:32 pm
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    Not quite accurate info about washing mushrooms. In a Food Network's segment, Alton Brown proved on camera with a digital scale that mushrooms don't absorb significant amounts of water.

    Just don't leave them soaking… rinse & let dry on a non-scented kitchen towel (IMHO, never use fabric softener sheets on kitchen towels).

  • at 5:00 pm
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    Instead of storing mushrooms in a paper bag, I slip in a piece of paper towel into the container. Keeps them dry all the same!

  • at 8:44 pm
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    its actualy top 5 worst voices ive ever heard … damn

  • at 5:14 pm
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    mostly on point but basic stuff everyone who s anyone from amateur cook up to pro chef knows. re not buying dried mushrooms in packets – does not apply in many instances; perhaps most famously to porcini risotto.

  • at 9:07 pm
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    It’s very easy to peel the skin of a mushroom so that you don’t have to wash or brush them..

  • at 3:26 am
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    To cook mushrooms you need to cook them til the water evaporates anyway, so i don't see the big deal with having some excess water after washing.

  • at 2:55 pm
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    You could just cook them a little longer and the water from rinsing will evaporate right out.

  • at 9:30 pm
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    Must be washed mushrooms before cooking due to this cultivated in non-hygiene place, where many harmful bacteria and fungus which dangerous to collapse the digestive systems

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