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Mushrooms in tha woods

 
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laetiporus sulphureus gets to be about 6 pounds. 100 grams contrains 33 calories, 6g of carbs, 3g of fiber, 14g of protein, 1g of fat, 150 mg of potassium, 10% of daily Vitamin C, and 5% of daily Vitamin A.

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A good commercial example of a nutritious high protein fungi is Quorn, which makes delicious burgers.
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How can one post pictures from your iPhone on here
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Just eat the ones out of cow shit after it rains, purple ring around stem. Those are deeelish!!!

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Here is a short video of Amanata muscaria or Fly Agaric. Check out the comment section if you want see how they are prepared for eating. They are psychoactive as someone else in the thread already mentioned.

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Here is a short video of Amanata muscaria or Fly Agaric. Check out the comment section if you want see how they are prepared for eating. They are psychoactive as someone else in the thread already mentioned.


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Ya, I don’t have any of those in my woods
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There can be thousands of different species of mushrooms in your area... and each area with thousands more.



How we identify mushrooms

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Don't Eat The MAGIC Mushrooms!


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Something I always wanted to learn.
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get a good book, lots of them online

all pictures, they are delicious

and could save your life in a shit hits the fan scenario
 Quoting: jake


Umm no...mushrooms can NEVER save your life in a SHTF situation. While tasty, they have hardly any calories and can easily kill you.

Why do you keep spewing idiotic, harmful "advice" on GLP?
WTF? Are you trying to kill us?
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laetiporus sulphureus gets to be about 6 pounds. 100 grams contrains 33 calories, 6g of carbs, 3g of fiber, 14g of protein, 1g of fat, 150 mg of potassium, 10% of daily Vitamin C, and 5% of daily Vitamin A.


any food is good food in a shtf situation... so wtf are you talking about?
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I've never seen a 6 pound mushroom in my life and neither have you. One pound of mushrooms is a lot of mushrooms but according to your data it would only provide about 130 calories, which is virtually nothing.

Really, the only way mushrooms could be valuable in a SHTF situation is if you had a log or two that you had seeded with oyster mushrooms beforehand.
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get a good book, lots of them online

all pictures, they are delicious

and could save your life in a shit hits the fan scenario
 Quoting: jake


Umm no...mushrooms can NEVER save your life in a SHTF situation. While tasty, they have hardly any calories and can easily kill you.

Why do you keep spewing idiotic, harmful "advice" on GLP?
WTF? Are you trying to kill us?
 Quoting: SamReed


laetiporus sulphureus gets to be about 6 pounds. 100 grams contrains 33 calories, 6g of carbs, 3g of fiber, 14g of protein, 1g of fat, 150 mg of potassium, 10% of daily Vitamin C, and 5% of daily Vitamin A.


any food is good food in a shtf situation... so wtf are you talking about?
 Quoting: lawnornament


I've never seen a 6 pound mushroom in my life and neither have you. One pound of mushrooms is a lot of mushrooms but according to your data it would only provide about 130 calories, which is virtually nothing.

Really, the only way mushrooms could be valuable in a SHTF situation is if you had a log or two that you had seeded with oyster mushrooms beforehand.
 Quoting: SamReed



You haven't seen one because you don't know where to look, or don't spend enough time in the woods. I don't appreciate you speaking for me, i see them all the time as they come back annually on the same tree. in fact i know a spot with two thats easily 4-5 lbs right now but they're both beyond their prime.

You don't understand how large chicken of the woods and sheephead can get. They're wild and don't require cultivation. Cultivation would be fine in a shtf situation, but knowledge of wild edibles could be what would allows you to get to that point before starvation.

besides it's not like wild fungus is the only thing worth eating.

but it's one more thing to eat, given you have the knowledge...


considering you want to "seed" your oysters into their substrate, you probably don't really know shit about fungi anyways.
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sulphureus laetiporus - easily identifiable and delicious

the best part is

when sauteed with a little salt n butter it tastes and behaves just like a chicken breast, with a texture like muscle fiber and everything.
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Umm no...mushrooms can NEVER save your life in a SHTF situation. While tasty, they have hardly any calories and can easily kill you.

Why do you keep spewing idiotic, harmful "advice" on GLP?
WTF? Are you trying to kill us?
 Quoting: SamReed


laetiporus sulphureus gets to be about 6 pounds. 100 grams contrains 33 calories, 6g of carbs, 3g of fiber, 14g of protein, 1g of fat, 150 mg of potassium, 10% of daily Vitamin C, and 5% of daily Vitamin A.


any food is good food in a shtf situation... so wtf are you talking about?
 Quoting: lawnornament


I've never seen a 6 pound mushroom in my life and neither have you. One pound of mushrooms is a lot of mushrooms but according to your data it would only provide about 130 calories, which is virtually nothing.

Really, the only way mushrooms could be valuable in a SHTF situation is if you had a log or two that you had seeded with oyster mushrooms beforehand.
 Quoting: SamReed



You haven't seen one because you don't know where to look, or don't spend enough time in the woods. I don't appreciate you speaking for me, i see them all the time as they come back annually on the same tree. in fact i know a spot with two thats easily 4-5 lbs right now but they're both beyond their prime.

You don't understand how large chicken of the woods and sheephead can get. They're wild and don't require cultivation. Cultivation would be fine in a shtf situation, but knowledge of wild edibles could be what would allows you to get to that point before starvation.

besides it's not like wild fungus is the only thing worth eating.

but it's one more thing to eat, given you have the knowledge...


considering you want to "seed" your oysters into their substrate, you probably don't really know shit about fungi anyways.
 Quoting: lawnornament


You can purchase mushroom seeding kits. Seeding is done quite often in backyards. Oh, you didn't know this?

Unfortunately it's impossible to cultivate really good mushrooms like chanterelles.

Congrats on your great mushroom spot but it's terrible advice to recommend going around eating mushrooms in a survival situation. I've never seen it in a manual except to say that lichen makes good soup thickener, for good reason.
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sulphureus laetiporus - easily identifiable and delicious

the best part is

when sauteed with a little salt n butter it tastes and behaves just like a chicken breast, with a texture like muscle fiber and everything.
 Quoting: lawnornament


That's all fine except that the fungus you describe - Chicken of the Woods - is POISONOUS when growing on conifers. Just a minor detail you forgot to mention.
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I just got into hunting mushrooms this year. I found a huge chicken of the woods, it was HUGE and very good. I have pictures of many other types. I am in the process of doing spore analysis on them. It is pretty interesting. I also found a puff ball, lions mane, turkey tail as well what looks like the magical kind. (I won't be eating those, LOL) There are a couple of facebook groups that will help you identify what you have found.

It is important to document what they were growing on, if they have spores underneath or gills, if they have rings around their stems as well as checking the color of the spores. You do that by pulling the stem off and placing the cap face down on a white piece of paper and covering it with a glass bowl over night. The mushroom releases its spores. The color released will help in the identification process.

My dog, loves my new hobby as he gets to spend more times in the woods with the squirrels.
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Oh, and in a shtf situation, there's no where to hide in the US from DARPA technology. Drones with your DNA in them so they can zero in on you no matter where you are? There's only one answer to the shtf scenario; get out of the first world before 5G.
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I just got into hunting mushrooms this year. I found a huge chicken of the woods, it was HUGE and very good. I have pictures of many other types. I am in the process of doing spore analysis on them. It is pretty interesting. I also found a puff ball, lions mane, turkey tail as well what looks like the magical kind. (I won't be eating those, LOL) There are a couple of facebook groups that will help you identify what you have found.

It is important to document what they were growing on, if they have spores underneath or gills, if they have rings around their stems as well as checking the color of the spores. You do that by pulling the stem off and placing the cap face down on a white piece of paper and covering it with a glass bowl over night. The mushroom releases its spores. The color released will help in the identification process.

My dog, loves my new hobby as he gets to spend more times in the woods with the squirrels.
 Quoting: akasuzanne


Eat the magic ones of you want to heal your pineal gland and meet God.
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Haven't found any LOL! I do check.
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sulphureus laetiporus - easily identifiable and delicious

the best part is

when sauteed with a little salt n butter it tastes and behaves just like a chicken breast, with a texture like muscle fiber and everything.
 Quoting: lawnornament


That's all fine except that the fungus you describe - Chicken of the Woods - is POISONOUS when growing on conifers. Just a minor detail you forgot to mention.
 Quoting: SamReed


Luckily I knew that, it wasn't growing on a conifer! My woods are mostly Oak trees. It was on a decaying tree. I am not stupid. I have a science background and know how to apply research.
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You can purchase mushroom seeding kits. Seeding is done quite often in backyards. Oh, you didn't know this?

Unfortunately it's impossible to cultivate really good mushrooms like chanterelles.

Congrats on your great mushroom spot but it's terrible advice to recommend going around eating mushrooms in a survival situation. I've never seen it in a manual except to say that lichen makes good soup thickener, for good reason.
 Quoting: SamReed


no you can't, MORAN. Fungi don't make "seeds"



That's all fine except that the fungus you describe - Chicken of the Woods - is POISONOUS when growing on conifers. Just a minor detail you forgot to mention.
 Quoting: SamReed


Wrong again MORAN, Laetiporus huroniensis, L. conifericola, L. gilbertsonii are NOT "chicken of the woods" and are in fact different species, that grow on different substrate in a different region of north america from laetiporus sulphureus, which only grows on hardwoods, namely oak trees.
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I just got into hunting mushrooms this year. I found a huge chicken of the woods, it was HUGE and very good. I have pictures of many other types. I am in the process of doing spore analysis on them. It is pretty interesting. I also found a puff ball, lions mane, turkey tail as well what looks like the magical kind. (I won't be eating those, LOL) There are a couple of facebook groups that will help you identify what you have found.

It is important to document what they were growing on, if they have spores underneath or gills, if they have rings around their stems as well as checking the color of the spores. You do that by pulling the stem off and placing the cap face down on a white piece of paper and covering it with a glass bowl over night. The mushroom releases its spores. The color released will help in the identification process.

My dog, loves my new hobby as he gets to spend more times in the woods with the squirrels.
 Quoting: akasuzanne


Eat the magic ones of you want to heal your pineal gland and meet God.
 Quoting: Menrfa


Haven't found any LOL! I do check.
 Quoting: akasuzanne


Psilocybe Caerulescens are the only ones i've collected in my region.
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You can purchase mushroom seeding kits. Seeding is done quite often in backyards. Oh, you didn't know this?

Unfortunately it's impossible to cultivate really good mushrooms like chanterelles.

Congrats on your great mushroom spot but it's terrible advice to recommend going around eating mushrooms in a survival situation. I've never seen it in a manual except to say that lichen makes good soup thickener, for good reason.
 Quoting: SamReed


no you can't, MORAN. Fungi don't make "seeds"

I didn't say they did - they spread spores. Nevertheless, you can buy mushroom SEEDING kits. That's what they call them, don't blame me.

That's all fine except that the fungus you describe - Chicken of the Woods - is POISONOUS when growing on conifers. Just a minor detail you forgot to mention.
 Quoting: SamReed


Wrong again MORAN, Laetiporus huroniensis, L. conifericola, L. gilbertsonii are NOT "chicken of the woods" and are in fact different species, that grow on different substrate in a different region of north america from laetiporus sulphureus, which only grows on hardwoods, namely oak trees.
 Quoting: lawnornament


They are all Laetiporus and all extremely similar. It wasn't known that they were different species until recently.

Your Chicken of the Woods on hardwoods of the east is fine but our Chicken of the Woods out west which looks virtually identical may or may not make you sick.

You still think it's a good idea to recommend feasting on mushrooms in a survival situation?? For hardly any calories? The skinny diet of death.

And don't get me wrong, I have and I will eat wild fungus since I was a child, and I'll eat Chicken of the Woods too.

But mindless advice like "eat mushrooms in a survival situation" is really pretty stupid. You wouldn't even have your identification book with you in that case and most people would absolutely need that info.
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Let's Hunt Morel Mushrooms!

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Morel mushrooms (genus Morchella) are among the most alluring and widely recognized wild edible fungi intensively collected by mushroom hunters. In this video, I share with you a few encounters I had with these elusive fungi over the course of a few weeks.



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Let's Hunt Morel Mushrooms!

Published on May 29, 2018


Morel mushrooms (genus Morchella) are among the most alluring and widely recognized wild edible fungi intensively collected by mushroom hunters. In this video, I share with you a few encounters I had with these elusive fungi over the course of a few weeks.




 Quoting: Truth02


He's pictured holding maybe 6 ounces of delicious morels.

A fraction of the calories of one bite of pemmican and completely useless feeding yourself in a survival situation.
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Let's Hunt Morel Mushrooms!

Published on May 29, 2018


Morel mushrooms (genus Morchella) are among the most alluring and widely recognized wild edible fungi intensively collected by mushroom hunters. In this video, I share with you a few encounters I had with these elusive fungi over the course of a few weeks.




 Quoting: Truth02


He's pictured holding maybe 6 ounces of delicious morels.

A fraction of the calories of one bite of pemmican and completely useless feeding yourself in a survival situation.
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Chanterelle & Jack O'Lantern — Mushroom ID

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Chanterelles (Cantharellus sp.) are edible, while Jack O'Lanterns (Omphalotus sp.) are toxic. In this video, we explore the differences and similarities between these two groups of fungi!



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Mushroom Hunting Hens & Honeys

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Coral fungi is hard to clean but incredible saute with butter, garlic and onions. Most mushrooms that grows out of wood is edible. You get the colorized picture book and take it into the field with you. If you're not certain, it's always a "no". Parents that carefully showed me everything made it easy. (Only 4 types I dare touch)
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Do you know about any of these mushrooms.
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