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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-18-2014, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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no morels this morning but happy with this find.






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Re: oysters

How the heck do you guys get all the beetles out of these things?

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Re: oysters

soak in salt water,

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Then the mushroom is all soggy! How do you fix that lol. That's why I stopped pickin Morels. Hated soggy mushrooms.
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Re: oysters

Found something better at 2:42 am this morning. Emma Rose 7Lbs. 7oz.



Oysters are in the fridge, picked every bug off by hand. When we get home I'm just going to make a pepper, onion, and mushroom stir fry. Just going to rinse them fast pat dry and throw them right in the pan. Have some venison sausage ready to go on the side. Just have other things to worry about today!

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Awww da wittle baby. Congrats man, on the little girl.
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Thanks guys. She's our 3rd girl.

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Re: oysters

never soak mushrooms is salt water, thats a myth and it will ruin them.

a simple 10 minutes soak in col tap water is all you need, and a little work with a paring knife to clean up the oytsers (or whatever mushroom)
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