Monthly Archives: October 2012

Mushroom Horticulture

Mushroom HorticultureThere are some very informative posts by mushroom horticulturist, Daniel W. Wheeler (Tuberale19). I’ll summarize a few and provide links:1. Over 70 Fungi he’s Grown (he permitted me to post this): http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/… Continue reading

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Five Foods

The vinegar picture attached is that of nasturtium infused vinegar (the blossom is visible). This is what went really well w/my $1 bean soup w/amaranth and wild spinach greens & seeds. http://foraging.posterous.com/whats-cooking has the recipe @ t… Continue reading

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Grifola frondosa (left) & Meripilus sumstinei (right)

Attached (& at foraging.posterous.com) I have a picture of the two side-by-side (this was my 1st time seeing the two side-by-side; has anyone else?)Interesting how similar they can look to each other. Note the Meripilus sumstinei is older and so h… Continue reading

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This sounds good. I hope to try it some time.

http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/vegetarian-recipes/creamy-mushroomsRight now my options for this would be rooster of the woods, hen of the woods (finally found one at my spot this year!), or S. granulates. I haven’t really assessed what would b… Continue reading

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The Prejudiced Palate, by David Arora

David Arora is the author of top-selling mushroom books. He has additionally published in journal(s) and on the internet. One such publication I recently became aware of was an internet post entitled: The Prejudiced Palate What I like about it is … Continue reading

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very attractive beans

Today I tried new beans for the 1st time. These are the aerial beans from the plant called: Amphicarpaea bracteata (Hog-peanut)Attachment also found at: foraging.posterous.com Continue reading

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Corrected Post on Propagating Shaggy Parasols & Blewits

I took Daniel B. Wheeler’s advice (http://mushroomobserver.org/111969?q=k0qV) and made slurries in the blender w/some old shaggy parasols & blewit pilei. I shoveled up the mycelium w/in leaves to put in a bag and then dumped on my own home’s leave… Continue reading

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