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50 Tips to Spot Morel Mushrooms | Iowa Outdoors magazine and Iowa DNR

50 Tips to Spot Morels

Here’s how to put more morels in your basket from mushrooming expert and former science teacher Mike Krebill.

How, where and when to forage and find chanterelle mushrooms and how to harvest, process and store them for use later.

Chanterelle Mushrooms: Forage and Feast on Forest Gold

How, where and when to forage and find chanterelle mushrooms and how to harvest, process and store them for use later.

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Facts about Truffles and their Varieties Used in Cooking

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Giant Puff Ball Mushrooms, edible until their spores are emitted - easiest way to check is to slice them in half. If the interior is pure white, no pigmentation or veins, then you can have mushroom steaks.

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Giant Puff Ball Mushrooms, edible until their spores are emitted - easiest way to check is to slice them in half. If the interior is pure white, no pigmentation or veins, then you can have mushroom steaks.

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Wild Edibles: Mushrooms

I got to go mushrooming with my husband last weekend, and we had a family blast. I found a patch of chanterelles, a huge porcini and Pocket ...

1967 Chart of Edible Mushrooms

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1967 Chart of Edible Mushrooms

Foraging #6 - Puffballs, Hen of the Woods, Chicken of the Woods, and Oyster Mushrooms - YouTube

Chicken of the woods mushroom "Laetiporus Sulphureus"

Some amazing footage of an absolutely beautiful chicken of the woods mushroom I came across this year. GOT TO SEE!!!!

Hen of the Woods grow at the base of oak trees. These mushrooms are beloved by the Japanese as maitake; they also happen to be my personal favorite. They grow in large, dull brown clumps (as a polypore or bracket fungus) that look like the back of a brown hen’s ruffled feathers. The mushroom caps are attached to each other by short white stems. These mushrooms can grow to be several pounds and more than 2 feet wide. On the east coast they appear in September and October.

All About Wild Mushrooms

The beginner's guide to mushroom hunting -- because every fungi forager has to start somewhere.

Don't count on cultivating morels in your garden! This spongy critter is one of the few plants that cannot be successfully cultivated. It's the single most popular wild mushroom on the continent and, according to throngs of admirers, the best tasting. Hunting for these is easy! The deliciously earthy flavor of morels -- a meaty, nutlike taste -- rewards your efforts. If you are new to the pleasure, here are all the tips you need to get started.

How to Find Morel Mushrooms | eHow.com

Morels win the popularity contest in North America. Join the mushroom hunters in springtime searching field and forest for this delicious, meaty mushroom.

5 EASY TO IDENTIFY EDIBLE MUSHROOMS
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5 Easy to Identify Edible Mushrooms

If you are a beginning mushroom hunter, these five easy to identify edible mushrooms are a great place to start. Learn how to forage for wild mushrooms!

Foraging for delicious oyster mushrooms is easy and fun!

Foraging for Oyster Mushrooms

Oyster mushrooms are easy to identify and tasty to eat! Learn about foraging for oyster mushrooms, how to identify and use them.

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