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    Those look awesome! Just found a couple patches on the property. Letting them go a day or 2 longer to get a little bigger. Raining today!:mad: We had a few we picked yesterday for breakfast. Morels are so freaking good! Pics to follow.
     
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    Couldn't wait till the rain stopped. So Wifebelly braved the rain so we can have a few more with supper! Mmmmm, so good! :cheers:

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    Chicken of the woods. I vac sealed and froze about four lbs the other night. A very under-utilized mushroom IMO. Very mild. I've only done a couple recipes but dice them ultra fine and mix taco seasoning, you can't tell the difference from a chicken taco.
     
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    Del_ Life is but a song we sing.

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    Chanterelles from our woods. About ten pounds this spring.

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    Lots of Shrooms around my place.

    I bought a book, to help ID the shrooms, and got about 1/2 way thru it, when I summed up the entire book.

    There are 3 types of Mushrooms:
    1) Those you can eat
    2) Those that will make you dead
    3) Those that will make you wish you were dead

    I haven't picked any, and honestly don't see myself doing so anytime soon. :(
     
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    Be careful out there folks. My girlfriend's brother is finishing his PhD in Ecology, specializing in 'shrooms so I feel safe selecting edibles with them.
     
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    I have hunted black velvets (beef steaks) around heresince I was 12 years old. Usually from August till mid September.
    Wherendo you guys find your morels (corn cob)??
     
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    Lots of dead ash, elm, and apple trees here with morels underneath
     
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    Cross posted from the cooking forum. We're peaking for fall mushrooms here right now. This is a great year so far. We're going to try pickling some of these.
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    Chicken and Lions Mane from last weeks hike. FF63EFDE-BD0F-483A-9E57-826ECC1DE0FE.jpeg 14C14A96-0624-4833-AA38-42A4D6118FA3.jpeg
     
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    We pickled some of the Maitakes. To say I'm super excited about these is a huge understatement.
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    IMG_2761.JPG Homegrown shiitake
     
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    I used to listen to Frank Zappa when I ate "shrooms" !
     
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