Mushroom trip


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I would love to go mushroom hunting with a professional! So nice for you to see all these. Reminds me of Reishi and oyster mushrooms, but don't eat any if you are not sure.
 
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I would love to go mushroom hunting with a professional! So nice for you to see all these. Reminds me of Reishi and oyster mushrooms, but don't eat any if you are not sure.

No worry .... just walking and taking pics
 
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Fantastic photos @DrCase! Thanks so much for sharing them with us (y)
 
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Saw the pictures and the first thing that came to mine is how many of them do you eat.
Then I read not to worry as in you don't eat them.
While I like and enjoy fungi pictures, I also enjoy the taste of them, but you have to know what your doing.
There are a lot of guides out there to learn from. there is also a lot on the subject on the internet.

I suggest if in doubt throw them out.

My favorite after the morel is thre chicken of the woods.
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If your still able to enjoy walks in rthe woods and fields it isn't to late to learn them. some places even have groups that take rookies out to teach them.

:D Al
 

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