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When does Adventure Time take place?


In several episodes, there has been talk of a "Mushroom War", meaning the mushroom cloud of a nuclear missile has been seen by people living in the Land of Ooo. Marceline is a vampire that is 1,000+ years old, yet she was shown as a child in the ruins of a city when the Mushroom War had stopped. Ice King is also 1,000+ years old, as it has been shown that he was a human before the Mushroom War. If you pause at the beginning of the introduction, you can see a cassette and an old tv - both from the 80's. As well as this, there are nuclear bombs which haven't yet exploded. This probably means that the Great Mushroom War took place in the 80's. Therefore, Adventure time is probably around 1000+ years into the future

Sep 04, 2016 | Adventure Time with Finn & Jake (2010)

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Can I freeze fresh mushroom


Mushrooms are mostly water and if you freeze them raw, they tend to become mushy. This consistency works okay in soups, casseroles, and stews, but it's not the best result you can achieve. If you prepare the mushrooms first, either using traditional steam blanching or saut?ing, you'll be able to use those mushrooms in more ways in the kitchen.
No matter which method you choose, you'll need to clean mushrooms first. Most cooks avoid washing them, because it tends to make them mushy. Check mushrooms carefully, brushing off any visible dirt. Trim stem ends. To freeze raw mushrooms, individually quick freeze them first on a parchment-lined tray. Once mushrooms are frozen, place them into freezer bags, removing as much air as possible.
If you plan to blanch mushrooms using steam, first sort mushrooms by size. This step is necessary because blanching times vary based on mushroom size. If individual mushrooms are larger than an inch across, slice or quarter them. To keep mushrooms from darkening during blanching, soak them for five minutes in a solution of 1 teaspoon lemon juice or 1.5 teaspoons citric acid in 1 pint of water.
To blanch, add mushrooms to steamer basket over boiling water. Steam whole mushrooms 5 minutes, buttons or quarters 3.5 minutes, and slices 3 minutes. Cool mushrooms quickly by placing them in ice water for the same amount of time you steamed them. Strain, then place mushrooms in airtight freezer bags or containers.
Frozen steamed mushrooms work well in any dish, from stroganoff, to quiche, to pizza. For dishes not heading into a hot oven, like soup or quinoa, add frozen mushrooms about 20 minutes before cooking time is complete. If adding frozen mushrooms to stir fries, add just a few at a time to avoid cooling the pan. For best flavor, use frozen steamed mushrooms within a year.

Another option is to saut? mushrooms before freezing. Saut? mushrooms in a small amount of hot oil or butter. Feel free to add salt, pepper, onions, or other favorite seasonings. Sautee mushrooms about 4 minutes-until they're almost fully cooked. Allow mushrooms to cool, then pack into freezer bags or containers, removing as much air as possible. You can also individually quick freeze saut?ed mushrooms on a parchment-lined tray before packing into freezer containers.
Saut?eing mushrooms before freezing produces a firmer product after freezing. Use these mushrooms in ways similar to steamed mushrooms-adding to quiche, stir fries, pizza, or pasta dishes. For best flavor, use saut?ed frozen mushrooms within nine months.

Apr 19, 2015 | Cooking

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