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Postby Inmar » Sun Feb 26, 2017 10:38 am

Guys, the Americans ...
- Sometimes you are looking for competent forums in America about mushrooms?

Otherwise...
Your forum is no section about mushrooms.
It is not right
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Maybe...
This is due to competition forums?
:'(

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I love mushrooms and found American Forum:
https://wildmushroomhunting.org/index.php
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Maybe...
This is - competitors Host of this forum ..
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Otherwise...
I believe that we need to make friends ...
Especially because the owner of the forum - has Mycology Education and it is good for the development of ...
I also have a friend in Russia - mycology ...

:)
Sorri, please write simple words without the "slang" ..
i am using google translator...
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Inmar » Sun Feb 26, 2017 12:20 pm

I'll try to write a few lines ...
1. The rules of collecting mushrooms - are very different in Russia and America
2. Differences in mentality:
- Russian do not eat mushrooms, which are like Americans
- Americans do not eat mushrooms, which love to Russian

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let's start discussion with the well-known mushroom ..
:)

The first mushroom ..


This mushroom is known in America.
Even America has a national dish - "potatoes, fried with this mushroom"

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[b]Russian
"lisickka" (маленькая лиса) "small fox"... :)
English - Cantharellus (I wonder: Americans uses only Latin? I have not seen the English ... :D )[/b]
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Inmar » Sun Feb 26, 2017 12:56 pm

I want to write at once ...
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If you do not know and do not collect mushrooms in the forest ...
do not write nonsense.

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Otherwise..
:oops:

Warning!
Antidote does not exist!
Death - 95 cases out of 100!
... in the United States and Russia
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby NJMike » Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:04 pm

Inmar wrote:let's start discussion with the well-known mushroom ..

Russian "lisickka" (маленькая лиса) "small fox"... :)
English - Cantharellus (I wonder: Americans uses only Latin? I have not seen the English ... :D )[/b]


That mushroom is called Chanterelle in restaurants.

Mushroom foraging is something I'd like to learn. Thank you for the other forum link. A coworker is very involved with collecting Morel mushrooms. Unfortunately he lives on the other side of the country (West Coast), so I'm unable to forage with him. I'm going to find a local group here.
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Illini Warrior » Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:09 pm

mushroom hunting is under the "foraging" section ...... viewforum.php?f=131 ....
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby lndtrdr » Mon Feb 27, 2017 9:23 pm

People like to hunt for Morels here in Indiana. There is one Ukrainian who uses GPS to remember places where he found them in past years. He carries them in a net bag so their spores can be spread while he is walking. They even wrote an article about him in a local magazine. Puff balls are what I usually find and eat, if they are fresh.
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Inmar » Sat Mar 04, 2017 11:11 am

NJMike wrote:
Inmar wrote:let's start discussion with the well-known mushroom ..

Russian "lisickka" (маленькая лиса) "small fox"... :)
English - Cantharellus (I wonder: Americans uses only Latin? I have not seen the English ... :D )[/b]


That mushroom is called Chanterelle in restaurants.

Mushroom foraging is something I'd like to learn. Thank you for the other forum link. A coworker is very involved with collecting Morel mushrooms. Unfortunately he lives on the other side of the country (West Coast), so I'm unable to forage with him. I'm going to find a local group here.


this is a very "naughty mushroom" ...
you have to eat only fresh and do not save
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Inmar » Sat Mar 04, 2017 11:14 am

lndtrdr wrote:People like to hunt for Morels here in Indiana. There is one Ukrainian who uses GPS to remember places where he found them in past years. He carries them in a net bag so their spores can be spread while he is walking. They even wrote an article about him in a local magazine. Puff balls are what I usually find and eat, if they are fresh.

In Russia, they do not collect ...
It is believed that it is necessary to a special processing technology before use
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Inmar » Sat Mar 04, 2017 11:19 am


The second mushroom ..


Russian considered the best mushroom this one:
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Inmar » Sat Mar 04, 2017 11:23 am

this fungus is called "white" ...
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We eat it, mainly in the soup:
- Mushroom;
- Pearl barley
- bow
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Then add sour cream ...

Then you'll lick your fingers
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Inmar » Sat Mar 04, 2017 11:28 am

I was-would be interesting to find US sites mushroom ...
I found one and showed you ..
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There are such sites?
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby lndtrdr » Sun Mar 05, 2017 6:57 am

Walking through the woods I would sometimes see a yellow growth on old dead trees. I thought of them as lichens because of their shape. Later I learned they were mushrooms, and were often called "sulfur shelf". Then I was surprised to learn they are edible and often called "chicken of the woods". I never imagined that something with that color and shape could be edible. The scientific name is laetiporus sulphureus.
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby arkieready » Sun Mar 05, 2017 7:38 am

morelhunters.com has a map tracking current finds. We soak morels in salt water to drive any bugs out. Then dredge in seasoned flour and sauté in butter and/or bacon grease.

Beware! There is a false morel--for a long time I thought it had no look alike.

There is also a large fungus the Cherokee people pronounce "wishee" but I do not know how it is spelled.

I have eaten morels, wishee, and "hickory chicken" ( I guess it's another name for hen-of-the-woods or shaggy mane. Very good. I'm not confident enough to hunt the latter two.
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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby Inmar » Mon Mar 06, 2017 5:30 am

I collect mushrooms with 2 years old, almost, when I started to walk on his feet and talking ..
I'll say this ...

1. Mushrooms that grow on trees and is good for the food - it is only the "OPYATA" ...
Masli.JPG

it is - a good mushroom
:thumbup:


... And what you write
lndtrdr wrote:.... I never imagined that something with that color and shape could be edible. The scientific name is laetiporus sulphureus.

Polypore in Russia only eat squirrels, hares, chipmunks and moose...
but not human...
:rofl:

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2. Morels and lines never collected, because they believed that this "toxic waste" ..
They grow in early spring, you should be able to cook them, otherwise you will get a grave, not tasty food
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arkieready wrote:... Beware! There is a false morel--for a long time I thought it had no look alike....


Determine "false poison or right delicious" you can not ...
Only if people know this mushroom childhood ..
People who never collected, it is not necessary to do

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Re: mushrooms ...

Postby angie_nrs » Wed Mar 08, 2017 11:27 pm

I can tell just by that picture that it is a real morel. The fake ones where I live have a top on them that look like they float on top of the stem like an umbrella. Also we cut them in half and make sure there are no slugs residing in the inside before soaking them in salt water. When you check them for slugs you also check the inside to make sure there is no white webbing in the center, which is also an indication of a fake morel. Some people up our way eat those.....I don't think it's worth the risk. I can find enough regular morels to feast on and I LOVE going out to find them in the spring. The morel season is only about 3 weeks or so depending on the weather, so I get out in the woods as often as possible during that time and try to avoid the deer ticks.
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