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LSUintheNW
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re: I'm curious about edible wild mushrooms
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I'm pretty sure I've seen about a million Chantrelles, just never had the balls to try one.


So tasty....


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Broyota2
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re: I'm curious about edible wild mushrooms
Interesting they exist in north LA, figures they were everywhere in the state.


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Jimbo1975
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Chackbay
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re: I'm curious about edible wild mushrooms
Where im from (THE BAY AREA ) we call them in french CHAMPIGNON you can find them on willow trees in the fall. around bayou's. foggy mornings are the best.


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Loup
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Ferriday
Member since Apr 2019
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re: I'm curious about edible wild mushrooms
Joined the fb group and found about 20 chanterelles in the yard. Got brave enough to eat them after a couple folks their agreed what they were. holy crap they are good.


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Pepperidge
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Slidell
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re: I'm curious about edible wild mushrooms
any idea what this fungus is growing in our topiary?



any chance it is one of the edible varieties?


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TimeOutdoors
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re: I'm curious about edible wild mushrooms
Where do you live? Sometimes nature centers have programs that teach you the basics indoors then everyone goes out and collects mushrooms. Everyone comes back together and the instructors help teach everyone to identify them. Mushrooms Demystified has been the best book I’ve found. Start with Chanterelles, lions mane, chicken of the woods, oyster mushrooms, etc. Paul Stamets has a great book about inoculating your own mushroom logs. Mycelium Running is another great book by him.



Loup
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Ferriday
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re: I'm curious about edible wild mushrooms
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Where do you live? Sometimes nature centers have programs that teach you the basics indoors then everyone goes out and collects mushrooms. Everyone comes back together and the instructors help teach everyone to identify them. Mushrooms Demystified has been the best book I’ve found. Start with Chanterelles, lions mane, chicken of the woods, oyster mushrooms, etc. Paul Stamets has a great book about inoculating your own mushroom logs. Mycelium Running is another great book by him.


I'm in West Feliciana parish now. I've been picking a lot of chanterelles but have been reluctant to try any others. Thanks for the tip


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