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    Lactofermented Mushrooms with Thyme and Marjoram Recipe

    Lactofermented Mushrooms with Thyme and Marjoram
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  • Recipe Description:

    These are great on their own or as a salad topping. Flavoring with thyme and marjoram just seemed right.

    Recipe Instructions:

    Quarter mushrooms and layer into a quart sized mason jar with thyme, marjoram and garlic. Fill to the top with the brine solution. Use a weight to hold the mushroom under water (I just used a small spice jar filled with water that fits nicely inside my jar). Cover loosely and let set for 3-5 days. If you don't use all the brine, place remaining in the fridge for future use.

    Comments and Reviews

  • I am a recent mushroom convert! What is the texture of the finished mushrooms like? I'm worried they may turn out too rubbery for me. Reply
  • Cheesehead says:
    The only thing I wasn't sure about was if the 1/4 cup whey was per the 8 cups of water or not. I put 1/2 cup in my 4 cups of water. I didn't have any fresh herbs, so used fresh garlic, one green onion and cried thyme. Can't wait to try it! Hopefully my 2 mushroom loving kids will like it. Reply
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