you have to have a photo bucket or some other accounts to post to forums. but on the home page at the right you can post photos easily. just tag it with your name we will be glad to look at them for you.
i upload them to this sites Photo's Tab via my i-phone, then find them, right click on it, left click on copy link, then go to message board. click on any topic you want, scroll to bottom of page, like your going to create a reply, click on little "image icon". paste the link in the URL field, click on "Apply",....type in what every message you want in the reply field, then click submit....you'll see your pic and reply submitted on the forum
Thanks! I don't know what I was doing wrong with posting the pic, but yes, that's it. So, I don't think they look like cotton on the inside, but I already had them soaking in salt water. Are these half frees ok to eat?
Ok. I just researched it. I'm not confident enough these are half and not the false. Too bad cause I just found about 15 more. Bummer. I knew they were different that I had found a couple years ago. Back to the drawing board. Thanks though!
Yes the true half free morels are perfectly fine to eat. But if the stems are not completely hollow they are not true morels, they are called verpas and can make you very sick to your stomach, Hershey squirts, Stomach cramps, and vomiting in most cases. try checking the ones you just found, Cut them in half longwise if it looks like cotton, or spider webs inside they are the false half free or verpa. If your still not sure then by all means don't eat them. Best of luck to you, and hope we helped a little.
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