- n. Plural form of mushroom.
“The spawn is the true mushroom plant and permeates the ground, manure, or other material in which it may be growing; and what we know as mushrooms is the fruit of the mushroom plant.”
“What if Darwin noticed this beautiful connection among lifeforms because he ate the wrong mushrooms, is that cheating?”
“Fresh morel and chanterelle mushrooms from the Blue Mountains near Walla Walla.”
“Mimi Ritzen Crawford for The Wall Street Journal The lobster noodles with cod, sunchoke and hen of the woods mushrooms is popular.”
“One gram of psilocybin, the psychoactive ingredient in hallucinogenic mushrooms, is seen on a scale at New York University.”
“Remove the browned mushrooms from the pan with a slotted spoon and set aside.”
“- Get the mushrooms from the tree (Remember what they look like!).”
“You know how this kind of recipe works: "Well, I don't like celery, so I used green beans, and we were out of zucchini, so I put in mushrooms, and I like orzo, so I threw in a cup of that ....”
“Dismissing mainstream religious beliefs as mere superstition and bigotry while standing up for the people who believe that rocks have magical healing powers and getting totally whacked out on mushrooms is the path to enlightenment expresses a cognitive dissonance that will strike most intelligent observers as indistinguishable from willfull stupidity or hypocrisy.”
“Remove the browned mushrooms from the pan with a slotted spoon, add to the onions, and set aside.”
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try not to enjoy it too much.
My Australian roommate left a few days ago, and will stay in Australia for two months. Here is a list of what he left home.
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