Monthly Archives: July 2014

Better than Boletus bicolor!

I made a mushroom & egg dish with this and B. bicolor. This one stood out as more tasty than B. bicolor. Though there does not exist any known bracket fungi with teeth that is toxic that I’ve come across … Continue reading

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toxicity and culinary post on russulas, & a bit about boletes

The article on russulas in soy sauce is good in that it really does well to speak of what to do w/various russulas & boletes. So, I’m a fan of the article, even though I’m critiquing it. The article has … Continue reading

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sweetness in mushrooms, but lamellae? A post for furthering our identification understanding, as well as culinary possibilities if edible

I’ve found occasionally that rare species have significant sweetness in their stipes (as in Agaricus bisporus & a honey mushroom species I had tried about 2 decades ago). But, I have zero recollection of tasting sweet lamellae, until the other … Continue reading

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