Once your mushrooms are dried, ensure they have adequate time to cool before handling. When they are room temperature, it’s time to transfer them to storage containers.
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mushrooms in sanitized glass jars with tight fitting lids. Fill your jars and label each with the type of mushroom and the date of drying. Store your filled jars away from direct light and heat to extend their shelf life.
At Monterey Mushrooms, we recommend using your dehydrated mushrooms within one month for the freshest experience.
Rehydrate Your Mushrooms
When you’re ready to eat your dehydrated mushrooms, remove your preferred serving from the sealed jar. Place them in a heat-proof bowl and pour boiling water over them. Soak them for 20 to 30 minutes before using.
Don’t dump that water after. The soaking water will have absorbed some of that rich mushroom flavor, so use it in your recipe or save it for tomorrow! Dehydrated mushrooms make the perfect addition in homemade soups and sauces.
Make Mushrooms Powder
Did you know that dried mushrooms can be used in most recipes that call for fresh mushrooms? Your dehydrated fungi give you the flexibility to have mushrooms on hand at all times.
Using mushroom powder is a simple way to give your dish a concentrated burst of flavor. Add your powder to smoothies, shakes, soup, broth, sauces, gravy, breakfast cereal or yogurt— with ease.
Check out our other article for instructions on turning your dehydrated mushrooms into mushroom powder.
Add More Mushrooms to Your Diet
Dehydrating your mushrooms is a great way to extend their shelf life and have a constant supply of fungi at your fingertips for spontaneous cooking use!
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