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Cut the cup of an opened, clean, fresh mushroom as far to wards the top of the stalk as possible, and place on fresh clean typing paper and cover with a water glass. Remove the cap after 12-24 hours, now a nice dark print should be on the paper. Replace the glass and leave for another 24 in order for the print to dry. After 24 hours remove the glass, fold the paper  and store the print dry and cold.
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Wash your hands and work in a
clean environment to perform the following steps:
* take a clean material you want to print
on (fresh typing paper, index cards, wax paper, tin foil, glass slides....)
* cut a  opened
, clean, mature cap off the stem as near to the gills as possible with a clean scalpel or knife
* place the cap on
the printing material gills down
* cover the cap with a jar or glass or place
the printing material in a plastic container (Tupperware...) with lid on.
* let sit for 12-24 hours at room temperature
* pick up the cap, cover again and let the print dry for around 24 hours
* when the print is dry fold the print and tape the edges or leave it as is and put into a clean plastic zip bag.
* label and store in a dark, cold and dry place
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Cut the cup of an opened, clean, fresh mushroom as far to wards the top of the stalk as possible, and place on fresh clean typing paper and cover with a water glass. Remove the cap after 12-24 hours, now a nice dark print should be on the paper. Replace the glass and leave for another 24 in order for the print to dry. After 24 hours remove the glass, fold the paper  and store the print dry and cold.
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