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Old 09-29-2019, 07:46 PM   #1
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It is time!

If you've been distracted by Tuna! or Salmon fishing, you might be missing out.

The rains have arrived perfectly this year and the mushrooms are fresh and stunning.

Some prime examples shown.

The four down front smell like cinnamon and the socks I was wearing when discovered.

Extra points if you know what that is.
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It is time!

If you've been distracted by Tuna! or Salmon fishing, you might be missing out.

The rains have arrived perfectly this year and the mushrooms are fresh and stunning.

Some prime examples shown.

The four down front smell like cinnamon and the socks I was wearing when discovered.

Extra points if you know what that is.
Of the three kinds, there's one that I like to keep secret.
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Puffball ,lobster, chanterelles and a cool looking conk.
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Columbia gorge mushrooms:
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Ran into these last week.

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Puffball ,lobster, chanterelles and a cool looking conk.
Puffs are under-rated. I found a substantial cluster last year cut them in half and dried them. Delicious puff-poppers, like Smart Food cheddar popcorn.
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They’re my daughters favorite. Fried in butter they have a taste & texture of sweet bread
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Found these yesterday
Slugs got to them before I did.
Was even a tweeker shroom by them 😵
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Was even a tweeker shroom by them
Could it be that Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, Rudolph and even Santa Claus are tweekers?...

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Puffs are under-rated. I found a substantial cluster last year cut them in half and dried them. Delicious puff-poppers, like Smart Food cheddar popcorn.
Years ago I got some giant puffballs in California. Cut into big steak sized slabs of mushroom and fried up. Pretty good.

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Could it be that Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, Rudolph and even Santa Claus are tweekers?...
Now that is cool.

Not that I'm promoting them... and they may have brought in new bark which curtailed the problem. But there's a certain CostSnow nearby which presents these exact species, year after year in the parking lot.

Matter of fact, they aren't that difficult to find these months... I'm aware of another source near WalSnort about 20 miles north of me.

Never ingested them! Didn't ever inhale. But they are fun to build similes around.

(Have you ever read Alice In Wonderland, or wondered why Rudolph's nose is red?)

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Old 10-01-2019, 09:06 PM   #14
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First time actually eating the Shaggy Mane parasol. They weren't as 'fresh' as they should have been and reports are they have a mild flavor. I remember it as, 'mushroomy.'

No pictures (they weren't pretty). But in Tortelloni (from CostSnow) with cheese sauce, they were good. On to chanterelles.

But for fun, I'll build a recipe with protein and intention...

1 cup Jasmine rice (the bed)

6 oz Broccoli florets (steamed, on the side)

6 oz Tuna! (cubed 1/3" - fresh in the garnish, or baked 5 min w/ sea-salt)

6 Shaggy Manes (chop and dry saute, fresh as possible, then add to the garnish)

Garnish:
Hint of Spanish Saffron (soaked in 1 Tbsp boiling water)
1 tsp butter (melted)
1 tsp extra virgin olive oil (heated)
1/2 clove garlic (minced - go med/hi for a bit)
1/4 tsp fresh ginger (minced)
1/2 shallot (sliced on bias)
Splash of wine vinegar (if needed - it's acidic)


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You must have read Paul Stamets. If your ID is correct they are Matsutake. Only the description is " a cross between red hots and dirty socks"
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A perfect day outdoors:

King boletes, golden chanterelles, white chanterelles


... and some kokes too!
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Found a mixed bag today, Boletes, chanterelles, and Matsutakes.
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Found a mixed bag today, Boletes, chanterelles, and Matsutakes.
Nice!!!

A question for you matsutake guys... I don't think I ever saw those in my neck of the woods. Where are you usually finding them? East or west of the Cascades? At what altitude range? Thanks!
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Nice!!!

A question for you matsutake guys... I don't think I ever saw those in my neck of the woods. Where are you usually finding them? East or west of the Cascades? At what altitude range? Thanks!
Chinook...

We found our last batches in gentle wet snow (a week ago)... at 4000 ft.

Most would say they are most prominent at 200 ft in sand (at the coast?) and south of Lincoln City.

Results may vary between.

But there may be a difference between 'brown' and 'white' at any altitude. The first may cause stomach upset. The latter... salt/pepper/butter/grill... heaven.

Really? They're the same... Right? (The photo above [kenamatic] is... in my opinion... white (cap)... though I can't say one or the other way...)

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Came across these today, what are they?



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Let's take an example... from...
https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl...act=mrc&uact=8
(MushroomExpert.com)
This gives me gas... but it's so good... I can't resist...
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Came across these today, what are they?



Never seen it... Fun. But it grows from wood. (false morel?) I know I'm way off... If you don't know it. Don't eat it!
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But there may be a difference between 'brown' and 'white' at any altitude. The first may cause stomach upset. The latter... salt/pepper/butter/grill... heaven.

Really? They're the same... Right? (The photo above [kenamatic] is... in my opinion... white (cap)... though I can't say one or the other way...)[/QUOTE]

I think these were in the 3000' range. And yes they are Whites. Usually in our spot, the snow gets to deep before the really get going. The best year we had it was snow/rain mix the 1st of November and they were THICK. I can't stand them but the wife absolutely LOVES them and I can find a few chanterelles or cauliflower to make for a good dinner also.
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It is tough to say from the picture but looks like Chicken of the woods. Need to see it a bit closer and underneath but looks very much like it.


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Thanks guys. This was at about 1000 feet in the coast range growing on a rotting fir log. There was a lot of it in that little area, along with some other fungi.
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These are popping up all over my property, some are over 6" across, what are they?

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These are popping up all over my property, some are over 6" across, what are they?
Looks to be some sort of agaricus. Identifying the exact one is a bit tricky.
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Do they taste woody or musty?
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I am not going to just try them! But they do look like they would be good sauted on a steak!

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Try rubbing the cap with your thumb. If it stains yellow it's not something you want to try to eat. Most Agaricus type mushrooms in suburban areas are those yellow staining ones.
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Found a nice cauliflower mushroom today but im going to let it grow a little more, i found one around 8 pounds a couple years ago around Thanksgiving. Also cant walk without crushing chanterelles
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Try rubbing the cap with your thumb. If it stains yellow it's not something you want to try to eat. Most Agaricus type mushrooms in suburban areas are those yellow staining ones.
Exactly it with Agaricus. It's everywhere in the valley: They usually have a smooth / sticky cap. Staining yellow = bad. Cut stem smells like antiseptic = bad.

Chocolate gills and smells like almonds / licorice? Investigate further...
Could be Agaricus Augustus (Prince). It's symbiotic with Cedar trees. The cap will never be smooth.

Found Horse Mushroom once at the park. It has a veil over the gills with fuzzy patches on it. The stem does not stain yellow. The almond odor is not strong. Choice mushroom. Very closely related to the cultivated buttons I used to buy at the store.
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Found a nice cauliflower mushroom today but im going to let it grow a little more, i found one around 8 pounds a couple years ago around Thanksgiving. Also cant walk without crushing chanterelles
Now you are rubbing it in! I had cauliflower last year for the first time and absolutely LOVED it.
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Try rubbing the cap with your thumb. If it stains yellow it's not something you want to try to eat. Most Agaricus type mushrooms in suburban areas are those yellow staining ones.

I hope its not like yellow snow.
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I keep looking for those JAR’s that have the lobster infection, yum yum, but haven’t run into them yet in the spots I usually pick chanterelle.


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Thanks guys. This was at about 1000 feet in the coast range growing on a rotting fir log. There was a lot of it in that little area, along with some other fungi.
Pretty sure it's a Sulphur Shelf:Chicken of the woods and I adore them mostly but this specimen seems soggy and old, really old ones turn white. Dave
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Found these while looking around the other day. COW's all the way.




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It frosted last night . Is it over now ??
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Naw; not even close. It can get cold in the valley though not up higher.

I just checked on Detroit... right at 32 tonight and tomorrow night. But then back in the low 40's Sat night. They'll be fine.

Hmm... There's no rain forecast. I sense a plan coming together.
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Could it be that Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, Rudolph and even Santa Claus are tweekers?...

Totally lost me at drinking reindeer urine.
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Looks like my counter last week. We got 50#. Headed out this weekend. Nice finds!
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I'm still looking for reports of Hedge Hog.

'Dat be my favorite... next to Matsu.. next to Chanty, next to the King!... next to Morel.

No, wait... that's in the spring and further east, or south, or (at camp last weekend) I've heard reports of them in northern Idaho. Where are them?
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Old 10-12-2019, 08:41 PM   #48
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Did somebody say Hedge Hog? Picked about a half grocery bag today. Also picked a small Cauliflower. Thought about leaving the Cauliflower to fatten up but decided it's not worth risking the bugs when I come back. Pretty dang early for both types of shrooms where I come from.
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Found these this week
Ready to slice and dehydrate

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It is time!

If you've been distracted by Tuna! or Salmon fishing, you might be missing out.

The rains have arrived perfectly this year and the mushrooms are fresh and stunning.

Some prime examples shown.

The four down front smell like cinnamon and the socks I was wearing when discovered.

Extra points if you know what that is.
White chanterelle, white matsutake, and shaggy manes. White matsutake are the fragrant ones.
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Old 10-15-2019, 11:22 AM   #51
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That's Russula brevipes. Common name is the 'Short stemmed Russula'. In this form, they are not edible.

However, if they get parasitized by Hypomyces lactiluruum, they become the lobster mushroom, which is a good edible.
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