Minnesota Summertime Edibles - 2019

Discussion in 'Minnesota' started by tundraking, Jul 10, 2019.

  1. jg010682

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    Found another 3 hens to pick today and a bunch of small ones! 20190905_183415.jpg
     
  2. jg010682

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    hay old elm just out of curiosity what type of trees do you find most of your hens by out there? I find most of mine by white oaks here in mn
     

  3. Shroomtrooper 1

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    not at all, working way too much.
     
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  4. More L's?

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    That's a nice score! The few I've found were pretty dirty underneath. Very difficult to clean, but oh so tasty!
     
  5. Mason

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    IMG_20190909_210822710.jpg ok, I'm officially tired of cleaning lobsters.
     
  6. jg010682

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    20190910_190034.jpg 20190910_184922.jpg 20190910_184802.jpg 20190910_184712.jpg 20190910_184530.jpg 20190910_184347.jpg 20190910_184100.jpg 20190910_180640.jpg 20190910_180358.jpg 20190910_175005.jpg filled my basket 2 times and could have done a 3rd!
     
  7. More L's?

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  8. jg010682

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    No they will be fine the only thing that would shut them down now is if it gets to cold or stops raining and i dont think it will be a problem yet
     
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  9. jg010682

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    Yes all on oaks both white and red oaks
     
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  10. tundraking

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    FC149F93-3E4D-4350-86BA-B62C9D865F5B.jpeg 8A5CFCF3-1181-40D0-A1AE-7475D8465ADB.jpeg BFAF8588-7BA7-40A1-B167-8D8C615929B8.jpeg EEB68ED5-5329-4622-A822-B37DD5A9DBCA.jpeg Skunked again on hens, but found chants scattered and a hedgehog honey hole! And a strange specimen...
     
  11. tundraking

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    AA0C4918-877F-4B8A-BA27-E179EC3A1C24.jpeg 9577F8CF-DF8E-4107-B31A-1756379F7B34.jpeg DB6004BB-4876-4EFC-879E-8C9E398EC5D9.jpeg I went out for a quick lunchtime walk at one of my honey holes and finally found good numbers! Brought 4 out with me.
     
  12. More L's?

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    Good to hear. Thanks
     
  13. jg010682

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    Nice lookin hens tundra!
     
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  14. Mason

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    IMG_20190911_203241833.jpg I go looking for hens, but all I see is boletes and lobsters as far as the eye can see. Did find some lions mane today!! Got my work cut out for me now!
     
  15. tundraking

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    How do you guys like to process your maitake for storage? I tend to cut up and freeze the stem and can the leaves in an herb wine brine. Do you like them better dried, frozen, canned? I was thinking about freezing in meal size packages this year. What do you guys like and why?
     
  16. jg010682

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    I just dehydrate mine because its easy i can fit allot in one bag and it doesnt take up freezer space plus they rehydrate well
     
  17. MNLegitShroomer

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    What in the puffballnes might this be? xd thought it was a puffball from a distance.. more elongated then a puffball, with a cottage cheese texture lol. Any identification help would be appreciated!
    #LegitShrooms
     

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