homesteading, Mushrooms, Natures Garden, Natures Medicine, Off Grid Foods, survival

THE YUMMY AND HARD TO FIND PUFFBALL MUSHROOM

We were out doing our Morel mushroom hunts among other mushrooms when we stumbled upon these cute little white puffball mushrooms. They have to be peeled and then sliced so you want the bigger ones you can find. When you find them look at them and feel them they should have some density to them… Read More THE YUMMY AND HARD TO FIND PUFFBALL MUSHROOM

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THE LATE FALL OLIVE OYSTERLING MUSHROOM

The next fall edible mushroom is the Late Fall Olive Oysterling, Fall Oyster mushroom, Sarcomyxa serotina (Panellus serotinus), they are not very popular because most people do not have the patience to cook them properly. This mushroom grows on old dead wood and sometimes under them where you will have to bend down to see… Read More THE LATE FALL OLIVE OYSTERLING MUSHROOM

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THE YUMMY, THE DELICIOUS, FRIED CHICKEN MUSHROOM

Our next fall mushroom is the fried chicken mushroom (Lyophyllum decastes) which a lot of people mistake it for the Honey mushroom (Armillaria) Look them up so you know the difference even though Honeys are a good eats too. These are not Chicken of the Woods as those are candy corn colored and not at all like these… Read More THE YUMMY, THE DELICIOUS, FRIED CHICKEN MUSHROOM

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FALL MUSHROOMS, THE STUBBY STALK BOLETE

The next edible mushroom we found was the stubby stalk Bolete or short-stemmed slippery jack. This mushroom loves to grow around Larch or Tamarack trees and fruits in the fall like the previous Bolete we found. The mushroom has a bready colored cap top but with a snotty slime that is sticky and sticks to… Read More FALL MUSHROOMS, THE STUBBY STALK BOLETE