As some mushrooms can be quite dirty, it is good to put them in a collander and rinse them under the running sink. To store them, it is best to place them in a paper bag, to be stored in the refrigerator.
To answer your question, a good wash for mushrooms, and fruits and vegetables (mushrooms are technically neither), is Organic and Nature Fruit & Vegetable Wash. It claims to ge the dirt, pesticides and bacteria from the field off while using only natural, biodegradable ingredients that will not stay on the mushrooms after cleaning. Plenty of water is also a good idea.
There isn’t one specifically for mushrooms, no. But any standard vegetable wash will do just as well. Just follow the instructions on the bottle and you should be good to go.
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