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- Fri, 16 Oct 2020 20:03:36 EST h3wKhOgw No.905634
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did i find some??
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Samuel Blackstone - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 20:35:10 EST h3wKhOgw No.905636 Reply
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>>905635
damn r u sure??? the bruising and stem growth looks legit
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Edwin Turveyford - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 23:19:57 EST ned72n9r No.905642 Reply
no
do not eat mushrooms you do not have a positive ID on
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George Trotgold - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 09:51:22 EST nC72LLIm No.905656 Reply
>douchebag keeps picking mushrooms just to show us
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Oliver Shittingman - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 23:25:47 EST LebiI1+A No.905684 Reply
You may have Armillaria (honey mushrooms) in the lower left. If you do, try cooking them thoroughly (absolutely crucial) and putting them on some spaghetti. Tastes pretty good.

Also, I'm not sure why you put some conks in there. I've never heard of a psychoactive conk, and those don't look edible either.
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Oliver Shittingman - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 23:29:07 EST LebiI1+A No.905685 Reply
>>905684
I'd like to reiterate that you MAY have honeys, but make sure to do your research before eating. They're all over the woods in the fall, so if you get good at identifying them, you will have plenty of food at this time of year.

My advice to you is spend a lot more time outdoors and pay attention to everything you see out there. Also do lots and lots of research. You have to love mushrooms in order to get good at foraging them, otherwise you'll just poison yourself.
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Oliver Pockford - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:29:03 EST TLoPvm83 No.905703 Reply
>>905636
LOTS of mushrooms bruise. Lots of mushrooms also grow clustered. NEVER EAT A MUSHROOM YOU HAVEN'T 100% IDENTIFIED CORRECTLY.
Posting here shows that you don't know how to identify mushrooms correctly. This means you should never eat mushrooms that you have picked.

To correctly identify a mushroom, you will need a spore print. You will need to note the environment you found the mushroom in. You will need to know what you picked the mushroom off of (wood? dirt? rotting meat?). You will need a microscope. You will need chemical reagents.

DO NOT EAT MUSHROOMS YOU HAVE PICKED. FIND AN EXPERT IRL TO IDENTIFY THEM FOR YOU.
TAKE A COLLEGE CLASS IN MYCOLOGY.

DO NOT EAT MUSHROOMS YOU HAVE FOUND.


Those do look like honey mushrooms, though. If they are, they're healthy and tasty. If they're NOT, you're running the risk of horrific, slow, unstoppable death from liver and kidney failure.


If you want shrooms, buy a spore syringe and grow some. You'll get over $100 worth of shrooms with just a $30 investment in spores and supplies.
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Ebenezer Nicklecocke - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 15:07:31 EST wtK0mMR6 No.905704 Reply
>>905703
Ir just know which mushroom you want to pick. It's easy. You Americans act like one needa to be a mycologist to pick mushrooms.
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Mushroom Persons Lenard - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 08:52:35 EST QbaXXClN No.905714 Reply
>>905704
Americans don't have thousands of years of history on the land as hunter gatherers, and then the industrial revolution hit so I think we just never had much of a chance to grow our folk mycology into a cultural thing. In general Americans are terrified of wild mushrooms, to the point where even if someone knows what they're doing they're terrified. I actually bought one of those novelty logs that you water and set on your counter and it grows oyster mushrooms, for a friend who I know is famously scared of mushrooms. He won't grow the damn thing. Smdh

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