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Saturday, 19 October 2013

Autumnal fungi

There seems to be fungi everywhere at the moment. However I would have no idea whether they are edible or not.





 


 
 

6 comments:

  1. I wonder if my London B&B owner is out collecting in the park??? That is quite a variety and beautiful in a weird sort of way.

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  2. You can eat a lot of mushrooms though if I'm picking them it would only be field ones like I used to pick as a youngster.

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  3. I sure wouldn't want to sample any that I've seen in the woods lately. Although there are a few that the critters really seem to like, so they must be pretty good. :-)

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  4. We have tons of fungi in our forests too. Some of them are really wacky looking. No, I wouldn't eat them either - I know next to nothing about wild mushrooms.

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  5. No nice to see the fungies at this time of the year, you always see so many different ones.

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  6. They LOOK good enough to eat, although of course I would not. Our grandson and his wife hunt for chanterelles and share...I feel safe with them because I trust the diggers and they say nothing else looks like them. So good.!

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