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There really isn't a ratio for cooking mushrooms. Mushrooms are pretty much sponges and will soak up flavors. Regular button mushrooms are one of those foods that can be made a 1000 different ways. The basics are always salt, pepper, garlic and butter. You can substitute olive oil for butter. Fresh lemon juice should be added when they are done cooking and on a plate ready to eat. This will brighten up the mushrooms.
When you start to cook mushrooms you want to start on a medium heat with the oil (Or butter melted.) heated up a little. Don't add the spices until about half way. This will insure the garlic doesn't burnt and the salt won't draw out more water from them.
The smaller you cut up the garlic the stronger it will get.
Mushrooms will release a lot of water when cooking so you only need a little oil or butter for actual cooking.
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