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Old 09-11-2018, 05:22 PM #21
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Seen several nice flushes in the past week.
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I have mushrooms on my property.

I noticed after one controlled burn, some kind of fungus sprung up within a week. The size of a US football, very fast growing.

What scares me about mushrooms is, I feel like I need to know ALL the species, so I can separate the poisonous ones from the non-poisonous ones.

I grasped the basic part about trying new foods, you just take a small bite. 1/10 gram or something.
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Hen of the Woods, on Red Oak.
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Hen of the Woods, on Red Oak.
I've found this, was afraid to touch it, is it edible ?
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It's a choice edible. When fresh. Texture is like chicken. Cook it like chicken, it tastes like chicken.

I took that picture Sunday morning. We've had a run of wet, cloudy weather. That spot has produced several flushes this year. I don't eat wild mushrooms, but I love to find them and identify the ones I don't already know.
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i dont think i'll chance it dufous but at least i know what it's called now, goodluck.
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Amanitas are straight poison.
After you’ve had cubensis, you too will know this to be true.
Sure Amanitas will fuck you up, but in a bad way and I have to question these researchers who claim it to be Moska-lol
As a university student I studied ethnomycology and am old enough to have seen Terrence McKenna and Jonathan Ott in person. I too worship the mushroom, just not the evil Amanitas and flyagarics-those are excellent as organic insecticides if you wanna extract via ethanol or some crap along those lines
Amanitas and fly agarics are very proliferate all along the eastern sea aboard and never once have native Americans ever used them as a sacrament. Don’t know if the western tribes ever got into psilocybin but oaxcan Mexican shamans knew about them for sure and reluctantly turned on the west on the 1940’s which led to the time life article and cover
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Went out yesterday after a few nice days only found a couple of haymakers again but had to take the chance to scope some spots for next years gurillas
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