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latex milkies

Discussion in 'Missouri' started by jmerx, Jun 15, 2014.

  1. jmerx

    jmerx Morel Connoisseur

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    who's got the best recipes
     
  2. jmerx

    jmerx Morel Connoisseur

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    doesn't anyone hunt Milky's out there
     

  3. vibrantenergies

    vibrantenergies Morel Connoisseur

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    I do! I don't have any recipes though! I just dice them and sautee in butter and add them to some eggs or put on toast. I love the Lactarius volemus - I call it the fish milky - and I really like the Indigo milky, but I haven't seen any this year. I have been considering pickling a jar of Lactarius piperatus too, since they are so common and I heard they ferment/pickle them in Europe. There's also a brown peppery-tasting milky that grows here in my woods that gets really big and has fooled me before into thinking it was an edible. It only took a minute to decide against that! HOT!!

    So, do you have any recipes/recommendations for them? What is your favorite species?
     
  4. jack

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    Post your pictures of your recipes on the Ohio Site, on the Dinner Plate Page. Everybody can always use a new recipe.

    http://www.morels.com/forums/topic/pics-of-how-we-prepare-our-mushrooms-the-dinner-plate-page/


     
  5. jmerx

    jmerx Morel Connoisseur

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    No I don't have any. I have just got into the milkys this year. I have heard they r good sauteed up in some cream sauce.I've also heard the good and casseroles but sometimes are too strong.it seems like everywhere I look there's a peppery or latex.u