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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

MUSHROOM'S TIME

Yesterday afternoon, when I was checking my orchid's patch, I found something that very very interesting.
There were white mushrooms on the ground here and there.



One ... two... three...
Wow... we got sixteen mushrooms!


On the windy, warm and humid weather, we usually find edible mushroom on my garden.
We call it 'Jamur barat' or 'jamur wulan'.
This mushroom usually appears during the windy weather when the seasons are changing.



We revoked the mushroom from the ground.
My son was really happy, he had a new experience.
Run here and there, and took the mushrooms.



This mushroom always remind me to my childhood.
We used to take the edible mushrooms under the coffee trees on my parent's garden.





Then I washed the mushroom, and ready to cook.
It should be a delicious dishes.

16 comments:

  1. Hi Endah!

    It's sounds delicious to have fresh mushroom in the kitchen. Tapi you selalu masak apa mushroom jenis ini?

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    1. We usually make 'pepes' or stir fry. Pepes is a traditional steaming process. We wrap the mushrooms using banana leaves.

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    2. I see! We call it as 'pais' :)

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    3. Oh yes, in West Java, it's called 'pais' too

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  2. Fresh mushrooms sound just wonderful - especially ones that appear out of nowhere! Your son looks so proud of his harvest.

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    1. Yes, this is for the first time he pick fresh mushrooms from our garden. He is very interested, to find something appears from the ground without planting. And this is our biggest harvest. Thank you for stopping by

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  3. I'd be worried that it was a toadstool that looked like a mushroom!

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    1. Yes, that's right. I always make sure that the mushroom is safe to be cooked.

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  4. Mushrooms are so good but my wife and daughter won't eat them so they are a rare thing for me. You are lucky to have edible ones right at your house.

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    1. I cooked the mushrooms this morning, my daughter really loved it. She said that this mushroom was the most delicious mushroom that she have ever eaten. She want to eat more often, but this mushroom is not sold in the market or groceries. We have to wait for the next luck, maybe next season.

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  5. I love mushrooms. I cook with them a lot. Our favorite are the morels.

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    1. Wow, sounds so interesting. I've never found morels here.

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  6. Enday murniyati, I am amazed by your findings. I won't know if the mushroom is edible. Btw, I thought mushrooms are cute, your son is cuter ;-)

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    1. Thanks Stephanie. This is a wild mushroom, I'm really lucky gardener cause the mushroom can appear on my garden. This variety is so rare and not cultivated

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  7. I can't really identify which mushroom is edible! ;(
    Your son is very cute!

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    1. Thanks Malar. It's not easy to identify edible mushroom.

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