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comment How long do you have to cook wild morel mushrooms for them to be safe?
Oh, my. That looks nothing like the morels I've seen in the US. The most common ones in my area are the black morels.
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answered How long do you have to cook wild morel mushrooms for them to be safe?
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comment How long do you have to cook wild morel mushrooms for them to be safe?
Based upon your description, this must be a very different morel. The black morels found in the US are typically soaked in salt water to get rid of insects living inside them, and then sauteed in butter (with or without battering), and are not uncommon in high-end restaurants. The only indication I've found of concern is repeated warnings not to serve them raw, and one incident of a naive chef who served them raw in a salad, resulting in numerous patrons becoming ill.