Recipe Directions

1. Wash and slice the mushrooms about 5mm thick. The mushrooms you need to do in advance, but you could get away with not dehydrating the greens if you let the dish sit and marinade for a half hour or so, or just eat them crunchy.

2. Throw all the ingredients into a large bowl and mix with your hands until the mushrooms are well coated.

3. Place onto mesh dehydrator trays and dehydrate for about 6 hours.

4. To make the greens, place them on mesh dehydrator trays and dehydrate for 1 hour.

5. To start the sauce, place the ingredients in a blender and blend until well combined.

6. Strain to remove any large chunks of ginger.

7. Lastly, put it all together! Combine all everything in a bowl and toss to combine.

Kellymyra's Thoughts

By kellymyra

This is so like a cooked stir fry you could easily fool your cooked foodie friends.

 

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cjgcricket's Review

Ginger Mushrooms And Wilted Asian Greens
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Loved this recipe! I substituted lime for the lemon in the sauce...it was great. It tasted like the stir frys I used to cook. Being new to raw and really craving those cooked meals I am making for my family this is the only recipe I have found so far that had me feeling satisfied as we all sat down together for dinner. The dehydrated mushrooms (I used portobellos) were so good I am just gonna make a bunch of them to eat as a snack!!!

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Your presentation is so pretty, I think i might have to make this :)

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oh yeah, carrots would go great in this dish

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ss.sputnik's Review

Ginger Mushrooms And Wilted Asian Greens
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Made this for lunch today with the addition of slivered carrots. And as a side, some miso soup. Nice lunch. Thanks!

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Made this last night and skipped the dehydrating part and just let it marinate for awhile instead. Yum! Thank you :)

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sv3's Review

Ginger Mushrooms And Wilted Asian Greens
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This looks really good and it's been ages since I had an asian style dish. I've recently got over my phobia of mushrooms too so will give this a go next week. Thanks for posting.

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i made this for dinner tonight and i was surprised that i liked it. it was my first time eating bok choy and i used the whole thing- wasn't sure if i was supposed to eat the leaves or stem. my only regret is not using sesame oil!! i didn't have any and i know it would have tasted more asian. thanks for opening my tastebuds up to this!!!

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dragonflyjen77's Review

Ginger Mushrooms And Wilted Asian Greens
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This looks yummy. I can't wait to try it.

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looks awesome!

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