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MUSHROOMS

Postby ANGRY » Tue Oct 04, 2005 5:16 pm

:D

Just been picking some field mushrooms … would share with you all if you lived nearby…
I often see other mushrooms on my walks…but not sure, what is edible …any advise…

:wink:
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Re: MUSHROOMS

Postby Beech » Tue Oct 04, 2005 8:00 pm

ANGRY wrote: …any advise…

If you don't recognise it as a mushroom don't eat it!

You could try this site http://www.fungiforfun.co.uk/ or this BBC Our 3-step guide to hunting, preparing and keeping mushrooms...

Field mushrooms are delicious. I'm rather jealous! :oops:
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Postby ANGRY » Tue Oct 04, 2005 11:55 pm

:D Thank you Beech…

I only eat the ones that smell like mushrooms and where the stalk is white not yellow…
I know if they smell like fish or inky…I do not touch …
However, I have a lot of field or horse mushrooms… These are becoming rare nowadays

Moreover, have noticed different fungi …in the woods…I know some can be very rare…but I would not know one from the other… :?

Mined you I do now know the 101 fungus now :shock: …after Treeman pointed it out…on my nice neighbour’s tree…

Regards ANGRY
:wink:
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Re: MUSHROOMS

Postby nigelrb » Fri Oct 07, 2005 7:09 pm

ANGRY wrote::D

Just been picking some field mushrooms … would share with you all if you lived nearby…
:wink:


What about me? I reckon I must be close!

Now don't get carried away - I mean geographically, not emotionally :cry: :cry:
Cheers, Nigel
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