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kitchendeeva | Apr 28, 201210:06 AM     13

I was at a little local italian market today and they had a bag of assorted woodland mushrooms, for what seemed like a really reasonable price (when you consider those tiny packets in the grocery store work out to about $7 an ounce!. I use dried porcini alot, but I am not sure what you would use assorted woodland mushrooms in? I know dried mushrooms keep a long time and I am intrigued by them, so I was wondering if any one had any experience with these and what they might be used for, and whether they would have a similar fllavor to porcinis or if they are very different.

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