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cooking Lion's mane?

 
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Not sure this is the right place to post about cooking, but ...

We live in an apartment, and don't yet cultivate or forage mushrooms But I get mushrooms each week as part of our CSA. I have no trouble cooking with oyster mushrooms or shiitake, but the two times I've tried with the Lion's Mane, I get a slimy mess. Any favorite recipes?
 
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Hi erica

I added your thread to the cooking forum as well.

Hopefully this will get you an answer :)
 
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to fully feel the its taste use a simple recipe: some butter/olive oil + garlic + black pepper + a bit of lemon. This served with potatoes on the side makes a great dish
 
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Thanks, simple sounds good.  I wonder if I'm cooking it too long (or too low heat?). Mine comes out slimy. Maybe it's just one of those mushrooms that tend that way.
 
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