These rolls were easy to make and you could get very creative with different mushroom filling variations. The dough was delicious and the crust turned out nice and flaky.
This recipe is from the January 1994 edition of Spore Prints and was submitted by Patrice Benson, who was incredibly active in PSMS and served as president from 1994-1996 and 2006-2010. She cooked the first morels I ever ate in a class I took through the club.
You can find all editions of Spore Prints online in our Spore Prints Archive on our website.
Welcome to the Puget Sound Mycological Society’s Cultivation Space. This section is dedicated to Fungi Cultivation. Possible topics for upcoming posts include:
Mushroom cultivation techniques
Announcements of PSMS Cultivation Classes
Other learning opportunities
Possible experiments to get involved with, or to just follow along
Growing and colonization pictures
Outdoor and indoor semi to non sterile techniques
Description of industrial techniques
Cultivation Committee updates
Interviews with mushroom cultivators
Historical cultivation techniques from around the world
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“The Greys” – Flush from 2015 PSMS Annual Mushroom Show Grow Kit.