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    Becky a 29 year old Brit , living in Bristol , United Kingdom

    Living in a studio flat in the centre of the city and working from home means I have one room in which I rest ,work and play . Kept company by my vegebox , laptop and a stack of recipe books . I love to cook with seasonal fresh and sometimes wild ingredients from my escapes to the countryside

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Oyster Mushroom Soup

Oyster and Pak Choi Soup

While I was busy being distracted by gnarly looking autumn roots and manky looking Ink Caps , my weekend guest spotted a small amount of Oyster fungus growing on a stump. Braving brambles and scraping of slugs we salvaged a small amount.

Oyster Fungus

It made a very tasty soup with some pak choi and brocolli from the vegebox so will have to hunt out some more, and was a perfect meal after a long day away from , also my first time using the lovely bowls my brother sent back from Asia….

Oyster Fungus

Oyster Mushroom , Pak Choi and Broccoli Spicy Soup

2 small pak choi , spinach would work to
A hand-size of Oyster Fungus – roughly sliced
1cm of ginger – finely chopped
A stalk of broccoli roughly chopped
2 cloves of garlic
1 pint of boiling water
50g of rice noodles
1/2 tsp of chopped red chillis
Dash of soy sauce
Squeeze of lime

  1. Gently the garlic , pak choi stalks, broccolli, and chilli
  2. Add the rice noodles and boiling water
  3. Simmer gently for just a few minutes
  4. Add the pak choi leaves and a generous glug of soy sauce
  5. Finally serve with a squeeze of lime

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  1. […] Continuing to feel a bit ill , recommended that I consume plenty of spicy food and sweat it out , so a very quick curry eaten in front of the tv under a blanket. But served in the lovely bowl my brother sent back from his travels the blue version having made its appearance previously with the Oyster Mushroom and Pak Choi Soup […]

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