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Hi!  Welcome to the forums.  The first thing to do is cut off the dirty part of the stem and look at its base.  If it is riddled with maggot holes, throw it away.  If it is maggot-free, it can be used in many ways, but the best is to slice it up and dry it first and then use the reconstituted material in a mixed saute.  If you don't dry it, the tubes will probably be quite soft and slimy when cooked and should be discarded.  If this is the only one that you've found, I would advise chopping it up (less tubes) and sauteing it thoroughly by itself to see how it tastes.  I find these mushrooms to be rather flavorless and don't bother picking them.  However, everyone's taste is different, and you might like it.

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