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    I pick mine at the supermarket!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRD View Post
    I heard that there are some mushrooms where you eat a meal of them and you won't be hungry again for the rest of your life!
    I'm thinking maybe you should have used the purple text on that one! I love mushrooms, but think I'll continue buying them from stores. I believe I recognize the Destroying Angel 'shrooms, but that's about it, and I know there are others that are dangerous, too. Just not what they look like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geezer in NH View Post
    I pick mine at the supermarket!
    +1. I claim to be crazy, not stupid.

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    I've heard that the ones growing from cow patties in East Texas make for a long weekend.......

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    The chantrelle mushroom is easily distinguished from a destroying angel, death cap, and others and are easly identified by their lack of gills. Chantrelle have sort of undulating ridges instead. I eat morrels, chantrelle, puffballs (prefer jewel studded), shaggy mane, chicken of the woods, meadow mushrooms, wood ear, and oyster mushrooms in this area of the country. Oyster mushrooms are the best, most abundant,
    most overlooked mushroom in this part of the country! After good rains and a temperature change I'm eyeing every dead fall I pass by for oyster mushrooms. You can fill a 2 gallon bucket on no time on most blooms and it's not uncommon to harvest 5 gallons at a time!

    You really don't want to eat a deadly galerina! That's why I don't eat wild enoki mushrooms!
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    Found a couple of these last year.
    Very tasty.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Pereira View Post
    Found a couple of these last year.
    Very tasty.




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    What is it??? One I have never seen before!

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    that is why I go to the SUPPER MARKET & buy mine. I don't want to die from eating a SPOOR!

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    Found bumper crop morels here was collecting for three weeks. Used to get shaggymains in fall during archery season. Only two I know to collect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pereira View Post
    Found a couple of these last year.
    Very tasty.




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    Thumbcocker, as many years as I have spent walking these woods around here it was my first time ever seeing any.
    I have the area marked so maybe there will be more.

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    We do a bit of mushrooming here as well… LOL
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