homesteading, Mushrooms, Off Grid Foods, Offgrid, survival

MORE AND MORE FALL MUSHROOMS, THE SHAGGY MANE!

The Shaggy Mane mushroom (Coprinus comatus) the shaggy ink cap, lawyer’s wig, or shaggy mane, is a common fungus often seen growing on lawns, along gravel roads and waste areas. It has an elongated bullet shaped, shaggy cap, with brownish upturned scales and a straight fairly smooth stem and grows to almost 8 inches tall.¬†… Read More MORE AND MORE FALL MUSHROOMS, THE SHAGGY MANE!

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

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