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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Found 1 today little bit bigger than a soccer ball. sliced a couple of thin slices pan fried in butter and a couple of slivers of garlic. Melted in my mouth.
    Question can it be stored hopeing to try it on the barbecue tomorrow but what about the rest?
    It will keep better in the fridge for a day, maybe two. Depends how mature it was when picked. If you have a dehydrator it works quite well for what you don't cook up. Can then be powdered for use in soups and stews as a flavouring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty55 View Post
    It will keep better in the fridge for a day, maybe two. Depends how mature it was when picked. If you have a dehydrator it works quite well for what you don't cook up. Can then be powdered for use in soups and stews as a flavouring.

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    Thanks for the dehydrating tip. Worked well the only thing looks like a big bag of cocaine LOL. Should work well when I want that mushroom flavor in eggs, soups, and gravies.
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    I saw a few smaller sized puffballs last week, are they still edible after a heavy frost?

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