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shroomlings 4 months
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Edible winter Mushrooms
Porcelain fungi and the European variety of Enokitake, Flammulina velutipes.
Photos by my friend Markus Sch. who is not on tumblr.
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Feast your eyes on this gorgeous Pleurotus ostreatus! 馃崉馃挌 Also known as the oyster mushroom, this edible fungi is not only delicious but also incredibly good for you. Found growing on dead and decaying trees, foraging for these beauties is like a treasure hunt! If you're lucky enough to come across some, be sure to cook them up and enjoy their delicate, earthy flavor. 馃尦馃攳 #foraging #mushroomforaging #oystermushroom #pleurotusostreatus #wildfood #ediblemushrooms #fungiforaging #naturelover #healthylifestyle #mushrooms #mushroom https://www.instagram.com/p/ConD0AVsu2l/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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phelanhydro 5 months
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We all knew this was going to eventually happen. 馃槂 Did you know! 馃 each species of mushroom has its own specific growing needs.馃崉 The beautiful Shiitakes, White Buttons, & Portobellos, all require a little something different than the famous Oysters, Enoki or Beech Mushrooms. Especially when comparing growing medium and nutrients so that your babies can really hit their peak producing levels. 馃啓锔忦煒勷煒 Lucky for you it doesn't matter what馃崉your growing, we can help make them bomb馃挘 Stop by our shop we would love to explain more! 馃憤 #Mushrooms #MushroomPower #PowerUp #ediblemushrooms #CookedorRawMushrooms #MushroomSoup #psylocibin #cooking #StuffedMushrooms #fungi #mushroomspotting (at Phelan Hydro & Garden Supply) https://www.instagram.com/p/CkjSf2qyjYF/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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bonlynx 1 year
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Late but happy new year! I really gotta try to post more, I have sooo many finds from last year I haven't posted yet. Been finding a lot of these brick caps this winter. Still too chicken to try them though. 馃崉
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mobilemushrooms 2 years
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As the Summer heat swealters I鈥檝e noticed of all the chanterelle species, these Cinnabar Chanterelles (Cantharellus Cinnibarinus) have been the most persistent fruiting bodies!
Typically Chanterelles come out around the beginning of summer, depending on the region you鈥檙e foraging. As with all mushrooms, they love a good series of rain storms, but as the heat comes to a peak toward the end of the summer they begin to fizzle out as Boletes and Amanitas stake their claim on the forest floor. To this day I鈥檓 still finding some beautiful chanterelles of all species but with a more keen eye and in less quantities. BUT, like I said, these Cinnabar Chanterelles don鈥檛 quit!
I鈥檝e also found that as Chanterelles (Cantharellus Cibarius), Smooth Chanterelles (Cantharellus Lateritius), and Appalachian Chanterelles (Cantharellus Appalachiensis) tend to spread across different regions of the forests during the season, these Cinnabar Chanterelles like to stand their ground and reproduce right where they started when the season began. Though they鈥檙e small in stature they continue to fruit in great numbers throughout the entirety of the season. Their sweet flavor will have you coming back for more, and luckily, they鈥檒l be there!
Suggested Cinnabar Chanterelle Recipe:聽
Summer Pesto Pasta with Chanterelle Mushrooms
This dish is the perfect mix of sweet and savory!
DISCLAIMER: *As with all wild foraged edible mushrooms, be sure to have a 100% positive ID before consuming & be sure to always cook your mushrooms throughly, saut茅ing them for at least 10 minutes on medium heat before consuming. Never consume wild edible mushrooms raw.*
What you鈥檒l need:
~2 cups Foraged Chanterelle mushrooms, 2 table spoons butter, 2 cloves garlic, pesto, grape tomatoes, pasta of your choice聽
*optional +sriracha, + parmesan cheese (or nutritional yeast to keep it vegan)
1. Clean your chanterelle mushrooms - either blow off dirt, wipe off dirt with a damp cloth, or if they鈥檙e too dirty, rinse them & if this step is necessary - be sure to take this extra step before proceeding:
聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽If Chanterelles have been wet or submerged in water, be sure to saute without fat (butter/oil) to allow the water to steam out of the mushrooms BEFORE you move on to step 3.
2. Boil salted water for your pasta of choice.
3. Saute your chanterelle mushrooms in a medium pan (cast iron preferred) on a medium heat, adding butter + garlic, stirring here & there for at least 10 minutes. Add sliced grape tomatoes after mushrooms are thoroughly cooked.
4.聽Add pasta to water and cook for 6-8 minutes - strain.
5. Add cooked pasta to veggie pan and add preferred amount of pesto sauce. Stir & add any additional toppings before serving.
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hackneyoutdoors 1 year
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Mush 馃槅 excitement chez nous this morning as our home-grown #blueoystermushrooms are emerging from our @fatfoxmushrooms box! #mushrooms #fungi #ediblemushrooms #blueoystercult #oystermushrooms #mushroomcultivation #urbangardening #hackneyoutdoors https://www.instagram.com/p/CVPeFQHoG3g/?utm_medium=tumblr
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depressiongoblin 2 years
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It's a chicken! I'm going to let it get a little bigger before harvesting. Laetiporus cincinnatus #chickenofthewoods #mushroom #ediblemushrooms #foraging #nature #naturephotography #mushroomhunting https://www.instagram.com/p/CSz1kRCLCw_/?utm_medium=tumblr
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cookingwithkimberly 2 years
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Deep #mulching today - getting ready to spore it with #ediblemushrooms . The mulch will keep it more moist, will protect the roots of the perennial plants over the #canadian #winter & it makes everything look more uniform. Also, it really helps all of the individual plants "pop" on the dark, brown background like a canvas! In addition, now I can easily see where I've planted each plant, so I am able to get in some more #fallplanting & the rest of the #perennials ! #selfsufficiency #selfreliance #permaculture #organic #niagara #summer #august #vegan #vegetarian #gardening #kitchengarden #foodforest #homesteading * Subscribe to #cookingwithkimberly - http://cookingwithkimberly.com #webchefkimberly #cooking https://www.instagram.com/p/CSuCUnMnDqJ/?utm_medium=tumblr
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artenderfoot 26 days
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Beech mushrooms are a type of edible mushroom that are popular in many different cuisines, and I love how they look in their natural state. The soft, delicate caps and spindly stems create a whimsical and charming composition that is perfect for a gouache painting. The gentle curves and folds of the mushroom caps were carefully painted to create a sense of depth and dimension, while the light and shadow effects added a sense of realism to the piece. Whether you love mushrooms for their delicious taste or simply appreciate their unique beauty, I hope this painting brings a smile to your face. I can't wait to see what you think about this piece! Tag me in your photos if you decide to recreate this piece. Happy creating! 馃帹 #mushroomart #mushroomlove #mushroomlover #mushroomtattoo #fungiart #fungilover #beechmushroom #ediblemushrooms #mushroomsofinstagram #gouacheartist https://www.instagram.com/p/CpMVWleLPis/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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ucangrowmushrooms 3 months
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How To Grow Mushrooms
Mushrooms are one of the most fascinating plants on the planet. They grow in all sorts of conditions and can be grown almost anywhere. The fact that they can be grown almost anywhere makes them a very popular choice for many people who want to start growing their own food, or even for people who just like to eat mushrooms because they taste good.
There are hundreds of different types of mushrooms that you can grow, and they come in all shapes and sizes. Some are poisonous, some are deadly poisonous, while others are just plain tasty. You should always make sure that you know which ones you can eat before you decide to grow them, but if you have no idea where to start, then there are a few simple things that you can do to get you started.
The first thing that you need to do is figure out what type of mushroom you want to grow. This will help you determine how much space you need to plant your crop, and it will also tell you how long it takes for the crop to mature. Once you know how much space you need, you can then choose which type of mushroom you want to plant. If you're looking for something that grows fast, then you should look at the morel or chanterelle, but if you want something that is more delicate, then you should look at shiitake or oyster mushrooms.
After you have decided which type of mushroom you want, you can then figure out where you want to plant it. Many people prefer to grow their mushrooms indoors, as this allows them to control the environment in which they grow, and it also makes it easier to keep an eye on them. There are a number of different ways that you can go about growing your crop indoors, so you should take some time to research each of these methods before you decide which one you want to use.
Once you have decided where you want to grow your crop, you can then figure out how to prepare the soil. It's important that you prepare the soil properly, as this will ensure that your crop has the best chance of growing well. There are a number of ways that you can go about preparing the soil, so you should take some extra time to research each of these options before you decide which one you will use.
Once you've prepared the soil, you can then decide whether you want to use a spawn, or a spore pack. A spore pack is a way to introduce new spores into the environment, and a spawn is a way to introduce new root systems into the soil. Either one will work, but it really comes down to personal preference.
Once you have prepared the soil and decided whether you want to use a spore pack or a spawn, you can then decide whether or not you want to use a substrate. This is simply a material that you use to provide support for the roots, and it will affect the overall health of your crop. If you don't want to use a substrate, then you should look into using a mycorrhizal mix instead.
If you don't want to use either a substrate or a mycorrhizal mixture, then you can skip the last step and move directly into planting your crop. When you're ready to plant your crop, you can either buy a starter kit from a local store, or you can grow your own. Growing your own is probably the best option, as you can control exactly what goes into the mix and you'll know exactly what kind of crop you're growing.
http://ucangrowmushrooms.com/how-to-grow-mushrooms-6/
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thecreakingdoor 5 months
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Amazing afternoon walk in the woods with friends discovering lots of new fungi I鈥檝e never seen before like these beautiful and slimy porcelain fungus. . . . #porcelainfungus #porcelainmushroom #fungi #foragingforfungi #mushroomhunter #foragingisfun #mushroomseason #mushrooms #ediblemushrooms #mushroomsofinstagram #woodlandwalk #autumnishere (at Harrowby, Lincolnshire) https://www.instagram.com/p/CkoH43nogTC/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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Attention all foodies and nature lovers! Have you tried oyster mushrooms yet? These delicious and versatile mushrooms can be found growing wild throughout the United Kingdom. They're perfect for adding to soups, stir-fries, and even burgers. Plus, they're packed with nutrients and have a rich, earthy flavour that's hard to resist. Next time you're out foraging, keep your eyes peeled for these tasty treats. Trust me, your taste buds will thank you! 馃崉馃尡馃嵈 #oystermushrooms #foraging #naturelovers #foodie #wildfood #ukmushrooms #fungi #mushroomhunting #ediblemushrooms #mushroomlove #healthyfood #mushroomforaging #wildmushrooms #fungiforaging #foragedfood #mushroomhunting #ukforaging #fungusamongus #foragedmushrooms #eatwild (at Ashleworth, Gloucestershire) https://www.instagram.com/p/Coz-_1ls3b3/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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elysedeneige 9 months
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Another morel painting finished up this weekend鈥攖his one's even better than the last! *SOLD* 5"x7" 鈥 #watercolorist #watercolor #commission #customart #watercolorcommission #elysedeneigeart #mushroomart #pencillines #morel #morelmushroom #ediblemushrooms #forager #independentartist #mushroomart #mushroompaintings #mushroom https://www.instagram.com/p/Cfl4ZkZuBwl/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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bonlynx 1 year
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A lovely edible and medicinal hericium I found last year. More research has been coming out about their effects on the brain and memory and stuff. Fascinating! I plan to add more of them to my diet for sure! 馃崉
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mobilemushrooms 2 years
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What makes a mushroom a "Bolete" mushroom?
Like many mushrooms, these are grouped into an umbrella term for easier categorization. Though Bolete refers to the genus Boletus, not all Boletes are species of the Boletus Genus.
Generally these mushrooms considered Boletes feature a plump body with a spongey pore surface made up of tiny tubes that extend down from the cap. Of course, in typical mushroom fashion there is a handful of "Gilled Boletes" so don't get too comfortable...
Bolete mushrooms can display some of the most beautiful colors in the mushroom world. Many Boletes are already colorful, and then stain different colors, creating an almost tie-dye look as they bruise.
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(As with all mushrooms, if you can help it, don't always pluck them. BUT for identification purposes, it does help to be able to study the entirety of the mushroom; therefore if you're making an intentional decision to properly ID a new mushroom, definitely pluck it from the ground in order to analyze all parts of the mushroom.)
Here are some basic tips for Identifying Bolete Mushrooms in particular:
Observe the cap: texture, colors, and shape.
Gently pull the mushroom up from the base, trying your best to keep the mycelium in tact as you pull it up from the ground. Mycelium color is a big help in properly identifying bolete mushrooms.
Once you've got a visual of the entirety of the mushroom, study the shape of the stipe, look for any reticulation, scabers, or smooth textures.
Observe the underside of the cap, the color, the size of the pores, and mark it a couple times to see if the pore surface stains any color.
Next use your knife to slice a cross-section of the mushroom. Here you can study the staining of the body of the mushroom and the pore tubes to see whether they're deep or shallow compared to the cap flesh.
Here are a couple basic terms used in Bolete Mushroom Identification:
Scabers: an organic speckled pattern made of small, stiff granular projections
Reticulation: a netting pattern, either faint and flush or robust and textured
Staining: when the flesh of a mushroom bruises a different color
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sporeemporium 2 years
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True Story... 馃槀 For all Your Microscopy Needs PF TEK + Mushroom Culture @ R300 馃槈 馃憠馃徏www.sporeemporium.co.za #pftekkit #pftek #mushroomgrowkits #culturespecial #ediblemushrooms #medicinalmushrooms #Growyourown #Gourmetmushrooms #psilocybin #magicmushrooms #mushies #psycedelics #psycedelicsociety #plantmedicine #trippy #mycologyjunkie #mycologists #microscopy #microscopyworld #psilocybecubensis馃崉 #psilocybecubensis #mushlove (at South Africa) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQOIHRkD3f5/?utm_medium=tumblr
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