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Old 31st August 2014, 07:08 PM   #1
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Default Had a good walk in the forest today!

Had a very nice walk in the woods today! Didn't go very far, but we found lots of nice mushrooms! And we had the mandatory campfire coffee. The kids where a bit stumped when we had gotten back to the car without grilling anything. We usually bring a little something, like salted and dried meat or some good sausages, that they can cook with sticks over the fire. So only chocolate and biscuits for them today. But what a nice harvest!
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Old 31st August 2014, 07:34 PM   #2
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Wow, nice harvest! My mouth is watering, now.
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They look delicious, but without trying to be a down, how experienced are you at picking the edible ones from the poisonous ones?
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Deaht trumpets and chanterelles! Mmmm, good eating!
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Each mushroom is edible.
Some of them only once.
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Old 31st August 2014, 08:10 PM   #6
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All those are edible.

A few years ago I started getting to know 1-2 kinds of edible mushroom each year. Better to play it safe. 97% certainty is not good enough. Better to miss a good supper or two than being ill.

I spend a lot of my time reading about mushrooms now. A lot of the books and sources are, not contradictory, but they have different angles, viewpoints and expressions.

The white ones are Albatrellus ovinus (Fåresopp) Which I didn't like at all until I finally understood that I was cooking them wrong, they are much better than their reputation.

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Learning about the Russula (kremle) family this year, which is a bit challenging since some of them are poisonus.

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It is good to see you are taking a thorough, scholarly approach to this. What do you make with them?
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Everything Peter, they're mushrooms for goodness sakes.
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With all the mushrooms that he shows in the pics, he's planning to make something special with them, I'll bet.
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