Sundrying Mushrooms | Oyster Mushrooms | Mushroom Learning Center Kolhapur

Using the sun is another way of drying mushrooms. It's easy, free, and doesn't require any electricity. Sure it takes a lot longer, but it also is the best method for preserving flavor and potency.


It's important that you have the right environment to do this. If you're someplace really humid, your treats will rot instead of dry. You don't have to be at the equator, but you do need a sunny, non-humid area.


Choose a good spot for drying mushrooms. It can be a room that gets a lot of sun, a flat roof, or a windowsill. Make sure it's protected from moisture, insects, and animals. You also want it to have some airflow, so a stagnant, closed off room isn't a good choice.

Slice the mushrooms into 1/2-inch pieces or, depending on the shape, you can cut them right down the middle.

Lay them out in your area, taking care not to stack them on top of each other.

Let the sun do its thing. Check them a few times throughout the day to see how they're doing. It may take a day or two to dry.


Depending on your environment, there's a good chance your mushrooms will never get fully dry. You'll realize this if, after two days or so, they're mostly dry but still flexible or have a "rubbery" feel to them.

If this happens just finish them off in an oven or dehydrator. Check them frequently, as it won't take them long to fully dry at this stage.


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