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GrowingCoastal April 23, 2017 10:53 PM

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Originally Posted by NarnianGarden (Post 633861)
Has anyone ever tried those grow-mushrooms-at-home-kits?
They're increasingly available here, and Russian seed sites have so many... (even non-edibles for ornamental purposes!!)

One winter, I was given the kit in the link below. I kept it above the kitchen sink and it did grow some tasty oyster mushrooms. It did not last as long as they say it will but I may not have gotten the watering right.

https://backtotheroots.com/products/mushroomfarm

NarnianGarden April 24, 2017 02:25 AM

That Tricholoma equestre used to be considered delicious variety in my childhood, and I have eaten it many times. It was shocking to see w few years back that it's no longer recommended.

Many many gilled mushrooms however are harmless and delicious :)

tuncse May 2, 2017 01:46 AM

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Next to our house there is a grass field. After raining it is full of mushrooms. I use to go to collect mushrooms, it is sooooo relaxing...

This time I collected fairy ring mushrooms and some oysters.

Randall May 2, 2017 10:12 AM

Very nice!

GrowingCoastal May 2, 2017 01:27 PM

Tuncse, you are lucky! No hills to climb. I don't know how many years longer I will be able to look for them in our woods. Even if the ground is flat there are trees to go around and fallen ones to go over.

I remember living in an area that had cows in fields and so, of course, we picked 'cow mushrooms', (like the store bought ones).

Andrey_BY May 2, 2017 05:57 PM

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As you know I'm a big fan of forest and wild mushrooms.

Here are the best pictures from 2015 season.

Randall May 2, 2017 06:21 PM

Very nice, man!

dmforcier May 2, 2017 06:38 PM

Andrey a.k.a. MUSHTODOR

Jimbotomateo May 2, 2017 07:05 PM

Truly amazing diversity Andrey. All edible too. ? Fun fun fun. ! Lol. Jimbo

Worth1 May 2, 2017 08:52 PM

I have a crazy mushroom story I will tell one of these days.
Make that two mushroom stories.:))

Worth

Deborah May 2, 2017 11:59 PM

Andrey, how do you prepare them for eating?

MrBig46 May 3, 2017 02:38 AM

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We were also in the woods.I've found a few bunch of poisonous Hypholoma fasciculare. Yet nothing else. :(
Vladimír
PS.: normally do not destroy inedible or poisonous mushrooms. I collected them off just for this photo

Andrey_BY May 3, 2017 08:21 AM

Yes, only edible) And there were only some of them got their way to photoes:)

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Originally Posted by Jimbotomateo (Post 636528)
Truly amazing diversity Andrey. All edible too. ? Fun fun fun. ! Lol. Jimbo


upcountrygirl May 6, 2017 02:13 PM

For all of y'all that are lucky enough to have lots of edible mushrooms that y'all have posted pictures of how about the next time y'all go mushroom hunting posting pictures of how (and recipes) you prepare and eat the mushrooms, please?

Deborah May 6, 2017 04:13 PM

And do you dry them in quantities?


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