Swiss brown are actually the original form of the common button mushroom, not a variety in their own right. They have a more intense flavour than button mushrooms and are good in meat or game dishes and pasta sauces, or cooked chopped mushrooms in oil and garlic and use as a crostini topping or frittata filling. To Prepare: Cultivated mushrooms are grown on steralised mediums and cleaned before they are sent to market. They should be neither washed or peeled but simply wiped over with absorbent paper. To store: Enclose mushrooms loosely in a paper bag and store in the fridge crisper for up to 3 days.
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