The rest of the mushrooms went into suiton. Suiton is soup containing dumplings made from of wheat flour. Making suiton is easy. You simply mix flour with water to make a soft dough, and put the dough in hot soup little by little, using a spoon or tearing the dough with fingers. Keep simmering the soup until the dough is done.
October 15, 2009
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I admire your expertise in mushrooms. I will be so afraid to eat any wild mushrooms if I harvested, especially after reading an article like this;
That looks very good! :)
Uncle N: As I mentioned previously and as the article you linked to reports, tsukiyotake accounts for a majority of mushroom poisoning in Japan. It's very, very easy to tell tsukiyotake from other similar mushrooms. Split the mushroom lengthwise into two, and if you find a black spot inside near the base, it is tsukiyotake.
pink: Thanks for your compliment. It's merely miso soup plus wheat flour dumplings (and of couse wild mushrooms)!
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