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    Mushroom omeletes.

    Bloody marvellous. Eat one, and the world once again spins and wobbles and you don't fall off.

    Ingredients.

    Mushrooms. A lot.
    Eggs. 2.
    Oil. No.
    Green leaves.

    How to cook.
    Employ a shady cook who wont spoil the broth.

    To serve.
    In the pan, garnished with green leaves.

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    I just finished one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    I just finished one.
    Kicked in yet?

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    lake toba,sumatra 1987
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    Edale, late seventies. Intended to walk north and do the Pennine Way. Ended up watching the grass move and being fed by the local vicar. Damn fine folk.

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    Magic mushooms?
    Must grow here in the buffalo turd fields?

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    ahh the green leaves omlette, surely not a true mush omlette?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter
    ahh the green leaves omlette, surely not a true mush omlette?
    Garnished with a sprig of Thai basil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phomsanuk
    Must grow here in the buffalo turd fields?
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    Myth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by phomsanuk
    Must grow here in the buffalo turd fields?
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    Myth.
    Yep, they prefer horse shit.
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    Seriously, trick to a great omlette is in the beating of the egg.
    I don't beat them, I put them in a sealed tupperware container and shake them.
    Then straight in the pan, no delay.
    Perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Myth
    Then why is the local name of this mushroom "Hed Kee Khwai"?


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    Years ago my son tried your mushroom omelette and used the wrong mushrooms and was very sick and thought he was dying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgit View Post
    Years ago my son tried your mushroom omelette and used the wrong mushrooms and was very sick and thought he was dying.
    Not dying, flying!
    Through the land of the grey and pink where only boy scout stop to think.

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    One thing to try with a mushroom omelette, a boiled egg, crumbled up and scattered with the mushrooms and maybe a little cheese. Sounds odd putting egg in an omelette, but it really works. Another aside is whilst it's in the pan, add a spoonful of mayonnaise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    One thing to try with a mushroom omelette, a boiled egg, crumbled up and scattered with the mushrooms and maybe a little cheese. Sounds odd putting egg in an omelette, but it really works. Another aside is whilst it's in the pan, add a spoonful of mayonnaise.
    Not sure about the Mahon, sometimes add a splash of cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the dogcatcher View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    One thing to try with a mushroom omelette, a boiled egg, crumbled up and scattered with the mushrooms and maybe a little cheese. Sounds odd putting egg in an omelette, but it really works. Another aside is whilst it's in the pan, add a spoonful of mayonnaise.
    Not sure about the Mahon, sometimes add a splash of cream.
    It's a Russian thing, lot's of boiled eggs and mayonnaise. Usually works, though cream is always a more than adequate addition.

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    Het khee kwai and het khee wua, grow in buffallo shit 2 or 3 days after it rains.

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    Look out for those.
    Liberty caps?

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    a common breakfast wen I was in Bali '05. A lot nicer than mushie brew that tastes like mud.

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    While in college, 1971, we would search this one field, where a farmer had at least a 100 head of cattle. We would go out at daybreak after a rain the night before. It was not unusual to pick 5 pounds or so. Wash them in water and make a sandwich with loaf bread and mayo. One night my friend saw Jesus in the mirror and swore to quit drugging and whoring. Two days later we were parting again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    a common breakfast wen I was in Bali '05. A lot nicer than mushie brew that tastes like mud.
    I've heard that they are still common in Bali...

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    Yep, be careful,

    drug dealer from Amsterdam (accidental friend) picked a bunch with his Thai mates.

    They ended up with black lips, foaming at the mouth, and one girl ended up in cardiac arrest, luckily in hospital.

    Their recollection was, "Wow". Doctor's view, they are lucky to be alive.

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