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happens, HMRC will provide a deadline within which to complete their detailed checks. The process will continue as follows in these situations:

It can take up to a further 12 weeks for HMRC to complete their detailed checks. This may involve:

You will be informed if any of these checks are to take place.

HMRC’s deadline for resolving their detailed checks will fall within this week. If they do not get in touch with questions within this time, it’s safe to assume they do not have any queries about the information provided in the IHT400.

If they have not already done so, HMRC will usually issue the IHT421 at this stage.

If HMRC have decided to conduct an in-depth compliance check earlier in the process, they will telephone to explain what is being checked. This should take place within 8 weeks of their letter informing us that the compliance check was going to take place. HMRC might also request more information to be sent to them and will provide a deadline for this. Anything agreed with HMRC in this regard will usually be confirmed by them in writing.

In the event that the VOA or SAV were asked to check valuations in the IHT400 – and they attribute a higher value to any of the assets in the estate – HMRC will provide new calculations by Week 20. HMRC do not normally get in contact with us about the valuations themselves, but they might do if an acceptable valuation cannot be negotiated between them and the relevant agencies.

At this stage, we have to inform HMRC about any changes to the values of assets in the estate. We must do this either when those values are final, or when 18 months have passed since the date of death (whichever is earlier).

Before this deadline, we only need to tell HMRC of changes to the value of assets if:

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Dehydrated mushrooms are an incredibly versatile pantry item! Learn how easy it is to dehydrate your own mushrooms so you always have some on hand.

There is nothing more disappointing than spending money on “top-shelf” mushrooms only for them to go slimy in the back of your refrigerator.

That’s why it’s a great idea to start dehydrating your own mushrooms at home!

Dried mushrooms have a shelf life of a year or more, and after rehydrating, can be used just like fresh mushrooms. So you will always be able to add some extra umami flavor to any of your dishes.

While you can buy dry mushrooms from the store, it can be much cheaper to buy fresh mushrooms and dehydrate them yourself. Plus, you’ll have more variety to choose from!

Some of our favorite ways to use dehydrated mushrooms:

So if you’re interested in dehydrating your own mushrooms, let’s get started!

Any edible mushroom variety can be dehydrated. Crimini or baby bella, shiitake, portobello, button, chanterelle, porcini, oyster, etc.

The most important factor when selecting mushrooms is to use the freshest mushrooms possible! Mushrooms that are past their prime will not store as well and can start to smell “off” in your dehydrator.

To check for freshness, break the stem from the cap. You should feel (or even hear!) a bit of a “snap” when the stem breaks off (the exception is shiitakes–their stems are too tough for this test). If the mushroom feels rubbery or slimy, if it bends instead of breaks, or is starting to develop dark brown or black spots, that’s your sign that the mushrooms are not fresh enough to dehydrate.

Before you start prepping your mushrooms, make sure your counters, equipment, and hands are clean & sanitized to prevent contamination, which can spoil your batch down the line.

Dehydrating mushrooms is fairly simple and straightforward—a great ingredient for beginners! Once your mushrooms are prepped, set up your dehydrator and follow these steps:

Mushrooms should be brittle when they are completely dried. To test, let them cool, then break a few pieces. If they break easily, they are done. If the slices bend, put them back into the dehydrator or oven to dry longer.

To condition your mushrooms, let them cool completely and then place them in a large airtight container (like a mason jar), seal, and leave it on your counter for a few days. Check it daily to make sure that there’s no moisture/condensation forming on the sides of the jar, and shake the contents to make sure they aren’t sticking together.

If you do notice that there is condensation, you can put it back into the dehydrator to dry for longer (so long as there is no mold growing).

After a week, if there are no signs of moisture or mold, you can package your mushrooms for long-term storage.

When properly dried and stored, dehydrated mushrooms can last a year or more. Here are our tips for storage:

To rehydrate mushrooms, place them in a bowl and cover them with boiling water and allow them to rehydrate for about 30 minutes. Or, you can simmer them in a small pot to speed up the process a bit. You’ll know they are rehydrated when they lose any rubbery texture.

Dehydrated mushrooms are an awesome ingredient to have on hand in your pantry or to use in backpacking and camping meals. Here are some of the ways to use them:

½ pound (8 oz) fresh = .75 oz / 21 g dehydrated

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