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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Oregonhunter5, Aug 31, 2013.
Found some today, with help from a guy. Early though.
But I need all the help I can get. Pointers.
What the mushrooms?
Ain't that them cage looking things that went under Souhern ladies dresses to make them a 5' radius at the hem?
Stomper. What the hell do you know about sewing? Lol
Look for them to be under fir, spruce and hemlock. Look for areas away from ferns and alder. Especially along exposed root systems around steep edges. Moss is good, it holds the moisture. There are a few that look close, be careful. If the mushroom is slimy, that's not it. Look at the underside, make sure the "veins" branch and branch again. They tend to grow together, if you find one,, there's more. That Golden biscuit look gets easy to spot after you get used to it. Yes it's a little early, but their up, I picked a couple gallons yesterday. Simmered, threw in some cream of chicken, garlic, onion powder, salt and pepper. Slathered the stuff over breaded baked pork chops and Yum!
There are many resources available here on the www that will help, but nothings better than a knowledgeable teacher. Once you figure it out you'll always have your head on a swivel while hunting. Enjoy.
make sure you know exactly what your picking, eat the wrong mushroom and your done for.