Morels.com - Morel Mushrooms and Morel Mushroom Hunting
Time to start discussing the most delicious summer shrooms in here in Ohio, can't wait for lobsters and boletes etc. much tastier than morels IMO.
According to standard morel hunting rules, the ground will be warm enough by tomorrow or the next day in North Alabama. Our degree-days should be at 365 by 1/19. Start looking then, and post when you find your firsts so we can guess at the season length this year. Hopefully it will be better than last, but it's looking like we'll be too warm for much luck.
What's for dinner, mushrooms? How do we prepare them? Pickled? Pics of our preparations.
Hello everyone, I am relatively new to this site/board, apologies in advance if some things aren't correct (third post, hopefully pictures are up this time). I have been mushroom hunting and foraging in NYC & Long Island mainly as well as upstate and NJ for about three years. I will do my best to include as much relevant and useful information to help others because thanks to wonderful people like all of you and anyone else who has publicly shared information I have been able to progress to the tougher species. I mainly forage to eat, although I love the woods and the fun of nature and biology in general.
Hey fellow mycophagists, I hope you're awakening from your slumber and ready to trek the beautiful foothills.
What's the earliest you've found a morel in the SW region? The first year I found them, and time I found them was on April 28th. I wonder if these warmer temperatures will have an impact on our friendly fungi.
Would you please share your resources of all things mushrooms in Colorado?
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