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Essence of Morel

al b. darned | Aug 27, 201508:28 AM     7

A couple times a year I splurge on for mail-order delicacies that I can't find locally. My Summer Splurge is chanterelle mushrooms. So I went to my favorite website for chanterelles, Earthy Delights (www.earthy.com), and placed my order. Of course, while I was there I had to buy a few other things that I couldn't live without. (Two for one black truffle oil, anyone?)

When the order came yesterday, included in the box with a small glass bottle with about an ounce or so of the clear brown liquid. The label says, "Essence of Morel." I went back to their site and found this: http://www.earthy.com/Distillerie-du-...

The description only gives a few brief suggestions of what to do with it but not how much to use.

So the floor is now open for suggestions of what I can use this for, and more importantly how much to use. While there's not much in this bottle I might find I like it well enough to spring for a full-sized bottle in the future.

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