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Sony Cyber Shot 100VSept. 2012PennsylvaniaI found these mushrooms growing an old tree stump and was told they were good to eat but after trying them they weren’t very good.
fungi, mushrooms, nature, vigor
It is my hope to always bring out something good and positive in all that I do!
so beautiful! you had the chance I had. a very gorgeous bunch ;)
Thank you Manon, maybe we’ll try to get some earlier next year where they aren’t so tough.
It;s that time again isnt it! I saw some puff balls recently but guess what? I didn’t have my camera.Now that’s fatal!!
What? No camera!!! Yes, that is fatal in deed!!!
Beautiful capture and lighting!
Perhaps not very tasty. But your image is Superb
Thank you jean!
Whenever I harvest Chicken, I only take the edges…that’s the softest and youngest part. To me…….it’s tastey but with chicken…never with eggs!
Thanks Carla, we were told to soak them in salt water and I thought maybe we waited to long to get them?
Thank you so much!
You’re brave to try different mushrooms, but they sure are lovely!
Oh, no I never try them, I was told these were edible and that is the only reason we tried them. I never even touch them. Thanks!!!!
ew….have never soaked these in salt water. I’ve done that with Morels and only got a more salty result so don’t even do that with THOSE anymore. Try sautee’ing lightly in butter or olive oil then adding to a pasta or chicken…maybe add a bit of parmesean and dash of salt. Yummy!
We didn’t soak these, but they were sauted for hours with onions and the onions totally disappeared and these were still hard and unedible. Don’t know what we did wrong.
ahhh…that might have made a difference? For me…just a light quick sautee works. Also….the tips are the desirable parts of these…the closer to the base the ‘chewer’ or ‘woodier’ they get in texture.
This is what I told Carl, I think we had the undesirable parts, but the tips were with them. I was so looking forward to trying them too. Maybe next year.
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Thank you Bonita, nice to hear from you!