Wild mushrooms?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by old_heli_logger, Nov 9, 2009.

  1. old_heli_logger

    old_heli_logger
    Ophir, Oregon
    Member

    Messages:
    68
    Likes Received:
    4
    Does anyone on here pick wild mushrooms? I went plinkin' last weekend and brought home a big bag of Chanterelles. I went off highway 26 (about mile post 32)...Salmonberry and Section 10 roads. Good eats!
     
  2. sinco54

    sinco54
    Portland OR
    Member

    Messages:
    100
    Likes Received:
    1
    Hmmm......
     
  3. country boy

    country boy
    portland area
    Member

    Messages:
    85
    Likes Received:
    1
    yup, went about a week after the rain started and got about one and a half five gallon buckets full of chantrelles! Can anyone say dinner?
     
  4. Orus

    Orus
    Salem
    Member

    Messages:
    242
    Likes Received:
    10
    I do.
    I am cooking some right now for lunch, We couldn't find very many around Coyote casino area, we did found a bunch of the Amanita Muscaria,mmmm:D
     
  5. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn
    In Utero (Portland)
    Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    6,836
    Likes Received:
    1,186
    100_2123.jpg
     
  6. Natty Bumpo

    Natty Bumpo
    Clackamas County
    Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

    Messages:
    355
    Likes Received:
    49
    Sure. Now is the time. Wait a couple more weeks and there will be snow. For good.
     
  7. Orus

    Orus
    Salem
    Member

    Messages:
    242
    Likes Received:
    10
    DSC00345.jpg
    DSC00344.jpg

    Deadlysious?
     
  8. country boy

    country boy
    portland area
    Member

    Messages:
    85
    Likes Received:
    1
    Looks like Fly Amanita to me, I am almost sure of the identification and that they are poisonous. Never eat any mushrooms if you have any doubt at all about their identification and edibility.
     
  9. hm1ing

    hm1ing
    97051
    Member

    Messages:
    212
    Likes Received:
    19
    FYI...Permit Needed to Harvest Wild Mushrooms While on routine patrol in the Mt.
    Hood National Forest, Sgt. Allori
    (Portland) stopped to talk to two
    target shooters after observing one of
    them shoot across the road. Allori
    found both in possession of a large
    amount of chanterelle mushrooms.
    Eventually, four other subjects
    emerged from the forest, all of whom
    had been picking mushrooms. Allori cited two subjects for Unlawful
    Possession of Minor Forest Products—Mushrooms and seized
    48.75 gallons of chanterelle mushrooms. For ORS 164.813 on cutting
    and transporting special forest products, please click here. For
    information on wild mushrooms in Oregon, including habitat, usage,
    tips for collecting and storing, and species, please click here.
    :thumbup:
     
  10. .45's and .38's

    .45's and .38's
    Happy Valley OR
    Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    1,939
    Likes Received:
    104
    Can someone say "hamburger". I would never ever ever ever put that in my mouth.
     
  11. whphel

    whphel
    Lake Stevens
    Member

    Messages:
    87
    Likes Received:
    2
    OMG, that is so frigin stupid. You can't even pick a mushroom. These government entities are way out of control.
     
  12. country boy

    country boy
    portland area
    Member

    Messages:
    85
    Likes Received:
    1
    Hmm, so looks like anything over a gallon is technically illegal even if it is for personal use:nuts: that's stupid, a gallon is only enough for one, maybe two dinners, and not nearly enough to dry for the winter.
     
  13. kito109654

    kito109654
    Everett, WA
    Member

    Messages:
    91
    Likes Received:
    1
    Have some homemade cream of mushroom soup (chanterelles) frozen into portions in the freezer. :)
     

Share This Page