Again and again, we hear that mushrooms should not be reheated. We explain when you can heat them and when you’d better not reheat them.
Reheat mushrooms: A good idea?
Following specific rules, mushroom dishes can be reheated the next day.
Mushrooms are perishable, so they should not be left at room temperature for too long.
After preparation, they should be cooled quickly and kept in the refrigerator for one day.
When reheating, heat to at least 70 degrees.
Leftovers should not be reheated as toxic decomposition products may be produced.
Dishes with raw mushrooms should be consumed immediately.
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