I find & identify these 10 entry-level wild edible mushrooms this You can too! 3 of them are choice edibles and 4 are good Many also appear in fall!
At the end of the video I include a simple recipe of umbrella polypore (spring only), a very nutritious choice Check it out and prepare yourself for basic wild mushroom foraging & identification!
Location: the Greater DC Area
List of mushrooms discussed:
Wine Cap mushroom (Stropharia rugosoannulata), good edible
Morel mushroom (Morchella esculenta), choice edible, Saddle/Pheasant’s Back (Polyporus squamosus), good edible
Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus), choice edible, mushroom (Pluteus cervinus), edible but not tasty
Crown-tipped coral fungus (Artomyces pyxidatus), edible taste okay
Chicken of the woods (Laetiporus cincinnatus), good edible
Wood ear (Auricularia auricula-judae), good edible
Gem-studded puffball (Lycoperdon perlatum), edible
Umbrella polypore (Polyporus umbellatus), choice edible
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I am a wild mushroom lover and this channel is about me and my wife identifying, collecting, cooking and sometimes preserving wild I’ve tasted nearly fifty different species of wild mushrooms in Northeast America so far, and I would like to extend my list and to share with you my adventures of nature If you like my videos, please SUBSCRIBE and share with friends to make the channel grow!
Be cautious & always refer to multiple reliable sources before consuming any wild edibles!