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it's perfectly ok to freeze them seven trust if you're going to make duxelles, which i heartily third. when you get back, chop them semi-coarsely i do it in a wood chopping bowl w/a hand-chopper; the processor is too messy and add some chopped shallots or scallions or onions, and a handful of reconstituted/chopped dried wild mushrooms, if you can, for depth of flavor.
no not at all. i know wood ear or cloud ear mushrooms. what i am talking about is either fresh or chinese dried shiitakes. before around 1985, fresh shiitakes were not grown commercially in the us. before then all 'black mushroom' dishes i encountered in chinese restaurants were made with reconstituted dried chinese black mushrooms aka shiitakes.
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the texture of wakame is more like wood ear mushroom, totally different from nori. i don't know if you could add wakame to a breading without making it soggy. i don't know if you could add wakame to a breading without making it soggy.
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i love it when you hit on a bread recipe you love. lately mine has been 12 oz of hot water to prove the yeast, two cups of whole wheat, a drizzle of molasses, a couple of palmfuls of each of flax seed, sunflower seed, and pieces of pecan or walnut, and enough white bread flour to get it to texture for shaping loaves. i make two small loaves. it
and then at least one crispy texture ingredient: handful of reconstituted wood ear mushrooms 'wun yee' in cantonese or the similar white cloud-shape kind forgot the english name and then, depending on the mix, i add one moisture-absorbing ingredient: bean thread noodles, barely softened in water, cut up with scissors.
this applies a bit more to wood ear fungus than to the kind we're talking about here, but just keep in mind, too, that chinese people tend to like chewy textures. it should have a chewy texture, but not so chewy that it's impossible to eat.
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the cell damage from a dull knife will affect the texture and the taste, and will also bring about the immediate start of spoilage. there are many reasons to want real sharpness in your knives - and if you are concerned about that, then you can only achieve it with the right tool and the right care.
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